While the Shoalhaven largely escaped major damage in the wild weather event that engulfed the region earlier in the week, the remnants of the minor flooding in the Shoalhaven River is certainly clear from the air.
Bolong helicopter pilot Max Cochrane took to the skies when the weather cleared and provided some incredible photographs of the flood waters from where the Shoalhaven River meets the sea at Shoalhaven Heads.
Although the river only registered minor flooding according to the Bureau of Meteorology, there were certainly areas who felt the force of Mother Nature - the Mountain View Resort at Shoalhaven Heads for one was partially flooded and there were clear signs of minor flooding along the floodplain.
With a minor flooding warning in place for the Shoalhaven River, Shoalhaven City Council used machinery to lower the berm height at Shoalhaven Heads to allow the entrance to open naturally, which it did late Tuesday afternoon.
The murky flooding water rushing out to the ocean is certainly clearly seen from the air.
"There was some localised flooding and the mouth of the Shoalhaven River at Shoalhaven Heads opened a little," Mr Cochrane said.
"There is certainly a lot of silt going out to sea."
While it is again an impressive site, it is nowhere near as big as it was in February last year.