Cyclone Debbie

The statue of Jesus falls onto the railing as a result of landslides around Station VIII. Upon repositioning, He was found to have only slight but repairable damage in the midsection. The women were undamaged. The extraordinary efforts of volunteers Theo and Ian returned all of the Stations to their original splendor in time for Good Friday pilgrims.
The Twelfth Station of the Cross was spared any damage when a landslide occurred to the left side of it.
Brother Bruno and volunteers Marco and Robert return Jesus to His place on the Eighth Station.
The Stations of the Cross were blocked by three landslides over its length. They were completely impassable until volunteers cleared the debris.
The Stations of the Cross were blocked by three different landslides similar to this one over its length. They were completely impassable until volunteers cleared the debris.
The lowest area of Marian Valley collected the runoff from 800 mm of rainfall near the shrines of Our Lady of La Vang and Our Lady of Fatima.  It has taken almost 2 weeks for this area to become dry enough to pass through. All of the roads in Marian Valley sustained similar damage with deep ruts requiring large quantities of dirt and gravel to fill.