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The 2010–11 Queensland floods were a series of floods in Australia which began in December 2010 and ended in January 2011. The majority of the floods were in Queensland including its capital city, Brisbane. The rain also caused floods further south in central and western Victoria. at lest 90 towns flooded.How many houses have been flooded in Brisbane?
On 13 January the Brisbane River did not reach anticipated heights but still 20,000 houses in Brisbane were flooded. Some of the Brisbane neighbourhoods worst affected by the floods include St Lucia, West End, Rocklea and Graceville. The floods have damaged some of Brisbane's icons.Why are there flash floods between Brisbane and Toowoomba?
More than 20 people have died in flash floods between Brisbane and Toowoomba. The floods were caused by heavy rain from tropical cyclone "Tasha" that joined with a trough during a La Niña event. La Niña is an unusual weather pattern, which brings wet weather to eastern Australia. The 2010 La Niña was the strongest since 1973.Where can I find images of the Queensland floods?
State Library of Queensland holds hundred of digitised images documenting the floods and the massive cleanup that followed as Queenslanders rallied together to provide assistance to those in need. You can view this extensive collection of over 1,000 images via our One Search catalogue. Below is a sample -