Western Australia is on high alert as a rare and dangerous weather system heads towards the state.
The remnants of tropical cyclone Manga will collide with a cold front, bringing heavy rainfall, flash flooding and damaging winds up to 130 km per hour.
The once-in-a-decade storm is expected to hit the north coast tomorrow morning and move south to Perth and Albany throughout the day.
The wild conditions are expected to last until Monday afternoon.
People are being warned to prepare their properties, and ensure pets and animals are in a safe area.