28 January 2013
Last updated at 12:02
Many roads have been closed in the Australian state of Queensland and thousands of homes are still without power after a cyclone brought heavy rain. Harry Buckley, who captured this shot in Warwick, southwest of Brisbane, said: "The floods have cut off part of the town and surrounding farms have been devastated."
Daniel Shepherd, also in Warwick, took this photo of the flooding next to the chapel at The Scots PGC College where he works. An orientation day had to be cancelled to due to staff and students not being able to make it in to the school.
Strong winds left many trees uprooted. This photo of an uprooted pine tree was taken at Burleigh beach by Louie Lewis who is there visiting family. "We've had three days of torrential rain. Roads are flooded, power lines are out and homes are under water. It is still raining and we've been told not to leave the house."
An abandoned car stuck in floodwater on the John Muntz causeway, Upper Coomera on the Gold Coast, was captured by Justin Burton. He said: "Many roads around the coast are still closed. We also have a king tide tonight at midnight when water levels will be at their highest."
The sleepy seaside town of Sandgate in the Brisbane suburb of Morton Bay was also hit by the wind and rain. Photo: Jonothan Clarke.
Jonothan Clarke who lives in Sandgate said: "There were buckets upon buckets of rain, trees were falling down and we were advised not to go anywhere." Photo: Jonothan Clarke.
Eugene Fu, in the Brisbane suburb of Robertson, said: "Shopping centres are full of people emptying supermarket freezers and shelves. There are fallen trees and branches here, but luckily no power cuts." Send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. For terms visit bbc.co.uk/terms