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KING TIDES: A week of high seas for Hervey Bay

Premium Content KING TIDES: A week of high seas for Hervey Bay

The high tides will continue on Thursday and Friday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Monster tides almost swallows Urangan pier

Premium Content PHOTO GALLERY: Monster tides almost swallows Urangan pier

Water was reported over Bay roads on Wednesday

King tides, showers and astronomical rarities on the way

King tides, showers and astronomical rarities on the way

Chance of rain this afternoon and king tides on Thursday

Calm wind, almost no swell, so beaches survive king tides

Calm wind, almost no swell, so beaches survive king tides

The water mark was at its highest point at 9.14am at 4.14m

Sand pile moved, council considers work to protect beaches

Sand pile moved, council considers work to protect beaches

Council is considering quotes to develop foreshore revetment works

King threat returns as tides peak in region again

King threat returns as tides peak in region again

Foreshore to be tested again during the coming days

How can we say 'thank you' enough to our firies?

How can we say 'thank you' enough to our firies?

They work day and night, putting themselves in danger

BOM issues severe weather warning due to tropical low

BOM issues severe weather warning due to tropical low

Residents are advised to revise their tropical cyclone survival plan

Torquay's erosion problem may be solved within a year

Torquay's erosion problem may be solved within a year

But Mayor warns it won't be a cheap exercise

Fraser Coast residents encouraged to photograph king tide

Fraser Coast residents encouraged to photograph king tide

The photos allow people to visualise flooding from rising sea levels

Photograph the king tides to highlight flood risk

Photograph the king tides to highlight flood risk

Interactive event aims to raise awareness about sea-level rise

King tidal feat

King tidal feat

KAYAKER takes advantage of king tides along Urangan foreshore

King tide photos for the future

King tide photos for the future

RESIDENTS have been encouraged to take photos of summer's king tides