Monster swells and 130km/h winds: 11 photos of Australia's 'rare' weekend of weather.

We always make fun of the question, “So, how about the weather?”

But I’m sorry, today we really do need to ask you: So how about that weekend weather, huh?!

The entire state of WA is copping a battering right now, and practically everyone in NSW headed to the coast to see the monster swell.

WATCH: Western Australia’s wild weather. Post continues after video.

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If you missed it, here’s 11 photos from the weekend’s insane weather.

Bedford, Perth.

60,000 homes are without power in WA, as the state experiences a “rare” weather event.

A deep low pressure system – the remnants of ex-tropical cyclone Mangga – formed off the state on Sunday bringing winds of up to 130km/h.

Sydney Harbour.

A ferry leaving for Circular Quay hits heavy swell as it approaches North Head on Sunday.

Wind gusts exceeded 70km/h across large parts of the Sydney area.

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Here's the view from inside.

Curl Curl, Sydney.

Teenagers chain-surfing at South Curl Curl ocean pool in Sydney.


Swell of up to 10 metres was recorded off Sydney, with more to come this week.

Wild surf Curl Curl
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Here they are in action:


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Hang on

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Manly, Sydney.

11 time world champion surfer Kelly Slater was spotted surfing the enormous waves in Manly.



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Kelly dropped in to Manly today! Respect.

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High tide spills onto the esplanade in Newcastle.


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Enormous waves being surfed by multiple surfers at Newcastle's Merewether beach.

Bondi, Sydney.

Locals watching rough surf conditions at Ben Buckler point, Bondi.

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Geraldton, WA.

The strongest gusts recorded in WA yesterday were 126 km/h, but more horrendous weather is on the way today.

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Northampton, WA.

An eerie dust storm blankets large areas of the WA central west.

Share your own pictures of the weekend's wild weather below.

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