Storms drench NSW towns from Taree to Byron Bay, with over 100mm of rain in 24 hours, prompting flood alerts across 11 river valleys
Four people have been rescued from rising waters overnight as torrential thunderstorms continue to soak northern New South Wales and parts of south-east Queensland, causing flash flooding.
Emergency crews in NSW received more than 80 calls for help on Wednesday night, mainly for leaky roofs, as heavy rain drenched the north and mid-north coast regions, from Taree to Lismore.
Flash flooding expected in northern NSW with heavy rainfaill to hit Coffs Harbour, Lismore, Grafton and Port Macquarie
Janelle & her son Ben sit in their flooded backyard in Sawtell, south of
Widespread heavy rain has affected coastal parts of SE QLD and NE NSW over the past 48 hours.