The remote community of Beswick is dealing with major flooding in the aftermath of ex-Tropical Cyclone Tiffany.
The community, around an hour east of Katherine, has been cut off by flood waters which have begun receding.
However, a resident told the Katherine Times that all the homes in the community had been spared from major flood damage.
"We've got a lot of trees down from the storm earlier in the week, but there's been no inundation of property and no lives put in jeopardy or anything like that," he said.
"The community's used to it, they're alright."
He said the community currently had plenty of supply of essentials and were hoping that the rain would continue to hold off and the water would continue receding.
"I think the shops pretty well stocked. Obvious, we're aware it was coming. The shop will manage to get stuff brought in anyway, if anything changes," the resident said.
"I don't for how long [we'll be cut off]. Sometimes it's a couple of days. Sometimes it's longer.
"It just depends how much more water's coming down and where it's going to go to."
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