Lisa Curry has shared the devastating impact the floods have had on her property, revealing she has been left stranded for the time being.
Taking to Instagram, Lisa, 59, shared a series of photos and clips of the water damage done to the outside of her property, revealing that the overflow had knocked down four trees on the other side of the driveway.
"So much rain coming through our property creating nice waterfalls, full trees have fallen and our new driveway washed away 😩," the former swimmer wrote.
"Thankfully our house and all our Mali Retreat buildings are on high ground so only a couple of easily fixed leaks. We are stuck here though," she added.
The former Olympian explained that both ends of Bald Knob Rd had been blocked - one due to flood water and the other due to landslide and fallen trees.
"Seriously… do not drive through moving water, it's much more powerful than you think," the 59-year-old penned.
"Can't get out to see mum 😩 can't get food," she added, before finding humour in the situation by writing: "found some out of date biscuits though 😂🙄😬."
The grandmother-of-three finished her post by imploring her followers to "stay safe" in the current conditions.
"Let's hope we can all help the people who have lost everything 😞."
The post soon garnered a lot of support from the swimmer's adoring fans.
"Keep safe. You poor things. ❤️❤️❤️," one user wrote, while another added: "😢 Wishing you all the very best. ❤️"
"Sending lots of love your way Lisa. Stay safe," a third penned.
Lisa lives in Queensland with her husband, Elvis impersonator Mark Tabone.
The couple also co-own Mali Retreat in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland which can be booked out for weddings and other special events.
Ever the adventurers, Lisa and Mark even self-renovated their own motorhome so they can explore the country even more.
This article was originally published on our sister site New Idea.