Navy, Army and Air Force personnel converged on flood-ravaged recreation areas in Brisbane to help make them safe for the public.
The recent floods left a large part of the Brisbane Markets underwater, causing millions of dollars of damage.
Casino local Clarissa Lloyd bought her home near the Richmond River just shy of one year ago.
Communities like Casino have an enduring spirit, which is exemplified in tough situations like this year’s floods.
As floods decimated Lismore, soldiers of the 41st Battalion, Royal NSW Regiment, pulled people from boats and took them to safety.
Flooding may have destroyed the Lifeline furniture store in Lismore, but it didn’t destroy store manager Ethan Smith’s spirit.
Air Force aviators from RAAF Base Amblerley assisted Goodna Services Club staff clean up after the Brisbane flooding.
The Australian Defence Force has helped to restore some sense of normality to Cabbage Tree Island.
In the grips of a drought, Mrs Shirley Schultz sold one-third of her cattle in 2019.<
Soldiers from 6th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (6 RAR), were unwavering as they removed flood-damaged waste from Chinderah in northern NSW.
Australian Army combat engineers and Lismore City Council workers have swung into action to restore water to Nimbin.
Army soldiers from 1st Armoured Regiment are helping clean up flood damage at a Lismore high school.