Today the highway was cut again, for about 12 hours.
I felt so sorry for the stranded travellers, just sitting in their cars, with little kids, for hours and hours.
It didn't peak as high as last year. So the main street was safe.
But all of the local bridges, many roads and a handful of businesses went under.
And as much as it is a disastrous event for many, it is still a spectacle of just how awesome nature can be.
Clearly others feel the same way because on my tour of flood waters today I saw the Nikons, Canons and their owners out in force.
It was a strange flood because this time we missed most of the rain.
Friday night saw a massive dump of storm water in the catchment areas south of us and it all ended up right here.
As you can see in some of my photos from today.
|Channel 7 news reporter, in her gum boots|
|We're on the hill behind this park, so we're high and dry.|
|The duck pond, about 3 times its normal size.|