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Crossings and flood ways

Interior of storm water pipe.
Inside pipe work clearly showing damage
A concrete river ford shown side-on. One end of the ford has collapsed into the river.
Perspective of range of damage.
River crossing shown side-on. The road surface has been undercut.
Provides close up of extent of damage.
A dirt road river crossing.
Provides good overview of the crossing and approaches, including construction type..
A damaged dirt road river crossing.
Provides good overview showing scouring.
A concrete river ford. Most of the ford has collapsed into the river.
Shows damage and approach.
A river ford with a gaping crack down one side. A car gives a size context.
Shows damage and scope clearly.
Close-up of the openings of two storm water pipes.
Shows damage to component parts
Dirt road next to a car. The road edge guide post has sunk almost completely into the ground.
Sink holes/blowholes.
Close-up of a road edge guide post that has sunk into the ground.
Use of post to demonstrate depth of subsidence.
Close-up of measuring tape laid across a large gap in concrete..
Use of tape to show damage to pipe.

Landslips

A fence provides a straight edge against which the extent of the landslip can be seen.
Landslips show the context of slip in relation to the asset.
Close-up. A fence provides a straight edge against which the extent of the landslip can be seen.
Landslips show the context of slip in relation to the asset.
A road verge provides a straight edge against which the extent of the landslip can be seen.
Landslips show the context of slip in relation to the asset.
A flooded roadway. A road sign is included to show the height of the water.
Photos like this provide good supporting evidence.
A river ford shown side-on. Half the road surface over the ford is missing.
Photos like this provide good supporting evidence.

More information

Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements - Australian Government

Local Government Disaster Recovery Assistance Guidelines (PDF 1.4MB)

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