Parts of Western Australia are cleaning up after a massive storm tore through the area over the weekend.
The storm was the remnants of what was Tropical Cyclone Mangga.
There were reports of several trees brought down and 47,000 homes and businesses were left without power. As of late Monday, some people were still without electricity.
Several buildings and homes also had some damage.
Winds gusted over 100 km/h. Cape Leeuwin recorded a wind gust of 132 km/h.