Big waves broke over the Wollongong breakwater on July 27 as a low-pressure system off Australia’s east coast brought wet and windy conditions to large parts of New South Wales.
Damaging surf warnings were issued for a large swathe of the state’s coastline, stretching from Sydney to the Victorian border in the south. The Bureau of Meteorology also warned of potentially heavy rainfall and damaging winds.
Evacuations due to flooding were issued in Sussex Inlet on the evening of July 27 by the State Emergency Service. Credit: justin_rynne via Storyful