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Enoggera Creek > Riaweena Street to Nicholas Park

Savagely hit, with some sections looking as though they had been clearfelled. Hard to get the full sense of the damage from just these pictures alone, you have to see it to fully appreciate the destruction. Some our favourite flooded gums destroyed and Bob Whiteman's favourite giant fig damaged, but will survive.

Riaweena, upstream end

storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Photo: Robert Whyte

Riaweena, upstream end

storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Photo: Robert Whyte

Flooded creek, Riaweena


storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Photo: Robert Whyte

Near Illowra St bridge


storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Photo: Robert Whyte

Riaweena St


storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Photo: Robert Whyte

Riaweena St


storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Photo: Robert Whyte

View where none was before


storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Photo: Robert Whyte

Bob Whiteman's favourite fig


storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Photo: Robert Whyte

Smashed trees, landscape bare


storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Photo: Robert Whyte

Toppled trees


storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Photo: Robert Whyte

Trees on bikepath


storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Photo: Robert Whyte

Tree down, chainsawed off bikepath


storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Photo: Robert Whyte

There used to be a crossing here, to The Gap State High School


storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Photo: Robert Whyte

Tandara Street, crossing closed


storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Picture: Gabriel Dubler

Water and wreckage, Tandara St


storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Picture: Gabriel Dubler

Won't be getting across here anytime soon...


storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08
Picture: Gabriel Dubler