Australia Floods: Waterfalls Cascade Down Uluru After Heavy Rain

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Waterfalls cascade down Australia’s famous landmark Uluru rocks after heavy rain and floods battered the New South Wales state, extending as far as Victoria.

Heavy rainfall was forecast to ease across the east coast on Wednesday but floodwaters will linger for days across New South Wales state where 15,000 people were nervously waiting for potential orders to evacuate.

Some parts of the state had recorded two-thirds of their annual rainfall in less than a week.

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