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Man drowns as Oma swell lingers in Qld

A man has drowned in Queensland in heavy surf meteorologists say is caused by ex-tropical cyclone Oma.
SBS - Published

Gold Coast's erosion-prone Palm Beach gets artificial reef protection

After four years of planning, an artificial reef to stop erosion will be built off the Gold Coast's Palm Beach after Cyclone Oma pounded the coastline.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Aussie surfer enjoys riding rare waves in creek [Video]Aussie surfer enjoys riding rare waves in creek

Crowd gathers to watch surfers swapping the sea for a creek after weather conditions close beaches

Credit: Reuters - Viral Video     Duration: 00:17Published

Choppy Seas Off Queensland Coast Set Boats Adrift as Cyclone Oma Passes [Video]Choppy Seas Off Queensland Coast Set Boats Adrift as Cyclone Oma Passes

Cyclone Oma brought choppy conditions at sea on the Queensland coast on February 22, setting boats adrift at Victoria Point, according to a local volunteer rescue service. The Volunteer Marine Rescue..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 00:43Published

Surfers Ride Big Waves as Cyclone Oma Whips Up Swells in Queensland [Video]Surfers Ride Big Waves as Cyclone Oma Whips Up Swells in Queensland

Surfers made the most of big swells whipped up by Tropical Cyclone Oma off the coast of Queensland on Thursday, February 21. The cyclone was expected to bring heavy rain, gale force winds, dangerous..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 00:36Published

Waves Surge Over Seaside Footpath as Cyclone Oma Brings High Tides to Queensland [Video]Waves Surge Over Seaside Footpath as Cyclone Oma Brings High Tides to Queensland

Waves started to surge over this seaside footpath in Brisbane as Tropical Cyclone Oma approached the Queensland coast on Thursday, February 21. This video shows high tides lapping a walkway along..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 00:36Published

 

Why Cyclone Oma seemed like a fizzer to much of Queensland

It was the first cyclone to threaten Brisbane in almost 30 years, but ex-tropical Cyclone Oma barely ruffled feathers across much of the Queensland coast.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Ex-cyclone Oma swell lingers on Qld shores

Ex-tropical cyclone Oma has eased but Queensland isn't quite in the clear yet as huge swells and wild surf conditions persist along the coast.
SBS - Published

As ex-cyclone Oma lingers, so does the dangerous surf

A spate of riderless surfboards washed up on Gold Coast beaches, sparking a brief but urgent search for potential missing riders.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Ex-tropical cyclone Oma could bring more rain to the north

Coastal areas have been pummelled with huge surf and gusty winds and Queenslanders may not have heard the last of Oma.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Downgraded Oma moves from Queensland coast, leaving dangerous surf conditions

The threat to Queensland and NSW from ex-cyclone Oma is dwindling as it tracks away from the coast.
SBS - Published

Oma downgraded, moves away from Qld coast

The threat to Queensland and NSW from category two cyclone Oma is low as it tracks away from the coast.
SBS - Published

Tropical Cyclone Oma intensifies to category 2

Tropical Cyclone Oma had weakened on Friday before intensifying and returning to a category 2 on Saturday.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cyclone Oma expected to intensify, but stay off coast

Cyclone Oma will not cross the Queensland coast but severe weather warnings remain in place.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Powerful swell from Cyclone Oma to reach Sydney on Sunday

The cool, wet weather from the past two days is set to repeat again this weekend.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cyclone Oma to intensify into the weekend

Cyclone Oma is delivering high winds and damaging surf along the Queensland coast and into NSW, but the storm is expected to remain offshore.
SBS - Published

Queensland tourist mecca 'dodged a bullet' when Oma backed down

Queensland's iconic Gold Coast beaches have dodged potential annihilation now that Cyclone Oma has been downgraded.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Twice the size of Debbie': 600km-wide Cyclone Oma to bring 7m waves

The premier has warned against camping, boating, fishing, swimming and surfing this weekend from the central Queensland coast to the NSW border.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cyclone Oma to stay offshore, prompting dangerous surf conditions

Cyclone Oma is delivering high winds and damaging surf along the Queensland coast and into NSW, but the storm is expected to remain offshore.
SBS - Published

Cyclone Oma down to category 1, will not make landfall this weekend

The cyclone watch issued on Thursday has been cancelled, but the huge swell and associated beach erosion will continue.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cyclone to stay offshore, watch cancelled

Cyclone Oma is delivering high winds and damaging surf along the Queensland coast and into NSW, but the storm is expected to remain offshore.
SBS - Published

Cyclone Oma expected to linger until early next week

Bureau of Meteorology meteorologist Lauren Pattie said forecasters were keeping the warning zone broad until they could better gauge where the cyclone would move.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Coast communities ‘prepare for the worst’ as Cyclone Oma creeps closer

There is a risk of moderate to major flooding dependent on the movement of Tropical Cyclone Oma.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Gold Coast beaches closed all weekend with Cyclone Oma to batter coast

Tidal peaks are expected to exceed the highest tide of the year by a metre at exposed beaches because of Cyclone Oma and king tides.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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