This weekend marks the fifth anniversary of the devastating floods that swept through Tasmania.
The surge was declared a national disaster, and claimed the lives of three people, at Evandale, Latrobe and Ouse.
Homes, land and livestock were lost, river courses were forever changed, and reparation work is still underway in many affected areas.
Parts of Latrobe, Newstead, Ouse, and the Meander Valley were evacuated, and farms along the rivers were destroyed.
Hundreds of SES volunteers and members of the community worked day and night to rescue people, livestock and homes.
There were more than 100 properties flooded, at least 100 people rescued, and towns inundated. Roads and railway bridges were destroyed and hundreds of homes were without power across the North and North-West.
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