Brisbane avoids worst in floods but sees years of rebuilding
Australia Flood water in Australia's third-biggest city pointed below fear shattering levels on Thursday other than Brisbane and other overwhelmed areas faced years of transformation as a fresh flood danger loomed with a cyclonic tempest building off the coast.

The capital of Queensland State resemble a muddy lake, with an entire harbor cafe among the debris washing down the Brisbane River, a violent flow that has snowed under 12,000 homes in the city of 2 million and left 118,000 buildings with no power.

With 35 outer edge flooded, a lot of parts of Brisbane looked more like Venice as inhabitants used boats to move regarding flooded streets, where traffic signs peep above the stagnant water.

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