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The damage has been far and wide across the Northern Rivers.
The damage has been far and wide across the Northern Rivers. Northern Star
AS northern NSW and south-east Queensland is gripped by severe weather and flooding, residents have captured the disaster from every angle, as these reader-submitted photos show:

Grafton south levy wall. Photo: Ron Young

McFarlane Bridge heading to the Lawrence Ferry in Maclean. Photo: Michael Jeffery

The showground in Maclean disappears under flood water. Photo: Michael Jeffery

Wherret Park in Maclean becomes a pond. Photo: Michael Jeffery

The Liberty service station on the Pacific Highway at South Grafton. Photo: George Holmes

Bunnings and Hungry Jacks are flooded in Iolanthe Street, South Grafton. Photo: George Holmes

Flooding in Maclean. Photo: Jim and Anne McMillan

Junction Hill at Grafton. Photo: David Brommell

The scene from the lookout at Mountain View, Grafton. Photo: David Brommell

Flooding in Lismore submerges cars. Photo: Eveyln Pratt

Flooding in Lismore. Photo: Eveyln Pratt

Korora. Photo: John Petersen

Korora. Photo: John Petersen

Korora. Photo: John Petersen

Korora. Photo: John Petersen

High seas at Corindi Beach, 50km south-east of Grafton. Photo: Stephanie Burnip

Access to the shore at Corindi Beach blocked by foam. Photo: Stephanie Burnip

SES workers busy at a home at Corindi Beach. Photo: Stephanie Burnip

Sam Trimble Oval under flood at Bexhill, 10km north-east of Lismore. Photo: Anne Hosking

Floods left streets in Lismore impassable.  Photo: JOE LEWIS

The sun shines at Lismore on Friday as floodwater slowly recedes.  Photo: Andy D

Roads disappeared beneath floodwater.  Photo: Andy D

Flooding at Copmanhurst.  Photo: Richard and Debbie Woods

Backyards at Cowper resembled creeks on Saturday.  Photo: David and Elinor Rogan

A 60ft tree took out a car at Sapphire Beach on Friday morning as severe weather pounded Northern NSW. Photo: Alex, Liana and Jack Parker

Floodwaters swamped Lismore.  Photo: Elizabeth Emerald

Streets were submerged by floodwater in Lismore.  Photo: Donna Walker

Water still lies in areas of Lismore after the severe weather of the last few days.  Photo: Donna Walker

Roads disappeared into ponds of floodwater in Lismore.  Photo: Donna Walker

tuntable falls stock bridge washed away

The bridge at Upper Tuntable Falls Road near Nimbin succumbs to the weather and is washed away. Photo: Sue Stock

Photo: John O'Donnell

Photo: John O'Donnell

Wooli river entrance. Photo: Dave Walmsley

Maclean Showground. Photo: Judith Woldseth

An Ulmarra house's front lawn turns into a swimming pool. Photo: Donna Cox

Yamba was hit by a massive storm surge. Photo: Rosie Bennett

Yamba - Calm before the storm or warning of worse to come... Photo: Will Chamberlain

Flooding filled backyards at Coutts Crossing.  Photo: Venessa McGrath

Flooding on Kangaroo Creek Road, Coutts Crossing.  Photo: Venessa McGrath

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