Tropical Cyclone Seroja has now weakened after leaving a trail of destruction and hundreds of residents without power as it hit Western Australia’s coast overnight.
- Cyclone Seroja has weakened to a tropical low
- It is now moving south-east between Merriden and Southern Cross
- The trail of destruction included the One Mile Jetty in Carnarvon
Seroja made landfall south of Kalbarri at 8pm on Sunday as a category three storm, bringing wind gusts of up to 170 kilometres per hour.
The fast-moving storm tore roofs off houses and ripped apart Carnarvon’s historic One Mile Jetty.
It also caused significant property damage, including to the roof of Monkey Mia Resort.
Emergency services were inundated with calls for help but many…