Tropical Cyclone Larry has destroyed houses and left thousands homeless across Australia's north-east coast.
It made landfall on Monday morning with winds of up to 290km/h (180mph).
It hit the state of Queensland at Innisfail, about 100km (62 miles) south of the tourist centre of Cairns.
High winds destroyed houses across the town and a local official said that "every second building" had been damaged.
Several people suffered minor injuries, but no-one was killed.
Many houses have lost roofs and even walls.
Power was also knocked out in the cyclone-hit areas and up to 50,000 homes are without electricity.