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Storm! 16 Nov 2008

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Storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08

Enoggera Creek > Walton Bridge Reserve
Walton Bridge Reserve was one of the least affected sites after the storm of 16 November 2008. It was on the eastern edge of the storm. Sites further... 

Storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08

Fish Creek > Romea St to Settlement Road
Extensive damage in this section and some of the most disheartening was the snapping of mature gums all along the creek from Chaprow Rd downstream to... 

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Fish Creek > Bromwich St to Wittonga Park
Huge destruction and massive piles of green waste. The army set up a base in Wittonga Park. 

storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08

Enoggera Creek > Yoorala Street to the SOWNy club
Some of the biggest Eucalypts in the catchment snapped or broken and shredded. Trees down. Still no access to the SOWNy Club. Smaller rainforest... 

storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08

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... 

storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08

Ithaca Creek
SOWN member Craig Davis sent us in these pictures from Lugg Street, Ithaca Creek and nearby areas. He reports: "The creek and the site took a... 

Storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08

Enoggera Creek > St John's Wood, Enoggera Reserve
We have reports in from Charlie, upstream from Gresham St Bridge and Dick Harding, Royal Parade and Enoggera Reserve. The main damage in these areas,... 

storms and floods smash Enoggera Catchment Nov 08

Nursery, Paten Park
Dick Harding reports: "In a sea of fallen trees the SOWN nursery miraculously sustained damage to only a small section of the greenhouse, the far... 

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Enoggera Creek > Banks Street Reserve
Banks Street Reserve fortunately did not suffer serious damage in the floods, probably because the storms did not reach that far downstream and the...