Cyclone Debbie: Before and after photosBy Kym Agius, Wednesday April 12, 2017 - 07:40 EST
Satellite images have captured how some of Queensland's tourism iconic islands and tourism infrastructure has faired after Cyclone Debbie.
, bringing down power lines, isolating towns and inundating hundreds of homes from associated flooding.
Power has been restored to 98 per cent of the state, but the recovery is slow going for some areas.
Rockhampton's clean-up only hit full speed this week .
Meanwhile, , bringing forward planned renovations.
A joint $10 million State and Federal Government package has been announced this week to help the cyclone-ravaged tourism industry rebuild.
Here is how some of the damage looks from the sky:
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