Photo Story: Mounds of seaweed washed ashore in Sydney

EPA-EFE/JOEL CARRETT

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A woman walks through a large pile of seaweed washed ashore on Coogee Beach in Sydney, Australia.

The sea wrack, as it is called when large quantities are washed ashore, are another legacy of the wild weekend weather that hit Sydney, which included big seas and winds of up to 100km/h.

Heavy rain and large swells up to five metres threaten to hammer New South Wales from Thursday, which forecasters say could produce more flooding and beach erosion

Mounds of seaweed washed ashore in Sydney
EPA-EFE/JOEL CARRETT

Photos: EPA-EFE/JOEL CARRETT

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