CYCLONE FURY RIPS INTO WA
PEOPLE caught up in a fierce tropical cyclone that brought wind gusts of up to 170km/h to tourist towns in Western Australia say it looks like a bomb has gone off after roofs were ripped off many homes.
Tropical Cyclone Seroja made landfall on Sunday evening, just south of Kalbarri, as a category-3 storm.
Some homes were completely destroyed. The wild weather tore part of the roof off dolphin-watching resort Monkey Mia and a section of the One Mile Jetty in Carnavon was destroyed.