On the 10th December 2014, a giant hailstone was measured after dropped out of a violent supercell on the Putty Road north of Sydney. Countless hailstones of the order of 8cm lay on the ground in the area. One motorist was seen stunned after the probably exiting the storm.
A new video of the Dunoon tornado from 2007 has been gaining popularity of late. This video is a full version of tornado with most of the never seen before cuts. This tornado was a logn lived tornado by Australian standards and caused some damage to building as well as destroying a church in Dunoon. The video shows Maccadamia Nut trees being hurled around the tornado and in one case a sheet of corrugated iron is hurled into the substation to produce the famous spectacular explosion! It is however the period prior with the initial touch down and latter part of the tornado that have been added and provide a true picture of the whole event!
This tornado was spawned in Australia hurling trees and debris into the air and causing significant damage to buildings in the town of Dunoon October 26th 2007.