NSW flood: Debris, rubbish washing up on beaches

SPA ANYONE: An outdoor jacuzzi has washed up on Collaroy Beach following the wild weather and floods in NSW. Picture: @justaddwater101 via Instagram
SPA ANYONE: An outdoor jacuzzi has washed up on Collaroy Beach following the wild weather and floods in NSW. Picture: @justaddwater101 via Instagram

AN outdoor spa and a rusty oil drum are among some of the items being washed ashore across the NSW northern beaches following devastating floods across the state.

A large blue/green coloured jacuzzi was spotted bobbing in the waters off Collaroy Beach before being removed by council crews.

Footage of the spa was captured by @justaddwater101 on Instagram who posted "Somebody said hot tub" along with the video.

An old, rusty 44-gallon drum with a BP logo was also found on Collaroy Beach this week following the wild weather.

Two people wrestled the massive drum out of the water and onto the pedestrian walkway, the Northern Beaches Clean Up Crew reported.

RUBBISH: The 44-gallon drum that washed up on Collaroy Beach. Picture: Northern Beaches Clean Up Crew

RUBBISH: The 44-gallon drum that washed up on Collaroy Beach. Picture: Northern Beaches Clean Up Crew

Earlier the Northern Beaches Review reported that freshwater turtles have been washing up on beaches kilometres away from their homes, with some discovered at Collaroy and Dee Why beaches.

Homes and businesses in the mid north coast have been left in ruins after being swamped by floodwaters, while 192 head of cattle washed away from same property as the 'floating house' in the Manning River near Taree that made international headlines.

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