World Bank 2011/07/21
The Queensland flooding of early 2011 was Australia’s largest natural disaster in recent memory with a “ballpark” estimate of US$ 15.9 billion1 in total damages and economic losses (with a public reconstruction cost of approximately US$7.2 billion).
BBC news 2011/01/17
At least 18 people have lost their lives in Australia\'s flood disaster so far. Dozens are still missing.
BBC news 2011/01/10
Officials in the Australian state of Queensland say at least 72 people are missing after flash floods which have already claimed eight lives.
CNN. com 2011/01/06
Police said 10 people have died as a result of flooding since November 30 and at least 200,000 people have been affected.
CNN. com 2011/01/03
The flooding has directly impacted about 200,000 people, according to Emergency Management Queensland
BBC news 2010/12/29
Floods force mass evacuations in Queensland, Australia