- Climate Education home Climate Education cyclone damage Cyclone Tracy, Christmas 1974. Other cyclones.
- Cyclone Tracy: 30-Year Retrospective
- Cyclone Tracy struck the city of Darwin on the northern coast of Australia early Christmas Day,. 1974, causing immense devastation.
- Level 29: Cyclone Tracy Destroys Darwin
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- Cyclone Tracy
- PAGE 69. Cyclone Tracy. Introduction.
- Darwin and Cyclone Tracy
- Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of Englanid (1975) vol 57. Darwin and Cyclone Tracy. Christmas 1974.
- First Tracy news report archived
- The country was starved of news broadcasts after Cyclone Tracy struck Darwin - killing 71 people and cutting off all power - until the ABC's Mike Hayes wrangled a ham radio report several days later.
- Cyclone Tracy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Cyclone Tracy was a tropical cyclone that devastated the city of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, from Christmas Eve to Christmas Day, 1974.
- Cyclone Tracy Newsreel  - YouTube
- Oct 25, 2008 Original newsreel of the aftermath of Cyclone Tracy which hit Darwin on Christmas 1974.
- Cyclone Tracy (TV mini-series 1986) - IMDb
- With John Alansu, Tony Barry, Aileen Britton, Linda Cropper.
- Cyclone Tracy
- Cyclone Tracy almost completely devastated this city. The extent of the damage is something that should never have happened.
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