People in northern Queensland have started clearing up the mess left by Cyclone Yasi, the worst storm to hit Australia in 100 years.
Winds of up to 170mph have overturned caravans and knocked down a tree at this caravan park in Tully.
Around 600 police and emergency workers, along with 4,000 soldiers, have been sent out to help. This team is at a hospital in Tully - a tree has collapsed on top of it.
This business owner in Tully is trying to fix his shop roof. Part of it was torn off by the category five storm - the strongest possible category.
Rescuers are sawing through fallen trees and power lines to reach towns that have been cut off. One of them is Cardwell, where this library's roof was destroyed.
The cyclone has left one person dead so far. Officials have said they're amazed that more people didn't die in the storm.
Cyclone Yasi whipped up huge waves along the coast and was powerful enough to fling boats like this one inland.
A ship carrying 3,000 tonnes of food and other aid is being sent to the area. People living in the storm-hit towns have been asked to be patient while help reaches them.