The images are unbelievable. Hailstones that reached the size of cricket balls hit western Australia's Sunshine Coast. So much for sunshine! Many Australians and tourists shared videos of the inclement weather that shook the area on Sunday, November 17th. Strong winds were also reported along with this hail storm, which damaged roofs and cars, terrifying local residents.Meanwhile, forest fires have been tearing through the east coast of Australia for several weeks. Four people died and more than 300 homes were destroyed within a week. According to local authorities, arsonists are responsible for most of the fires. Last Sunday, there were still 130 active fires in Queensland and New South Wales.australia, africa and indonesia are on fire. venice is under water and people still have the gall to say that climate change isn’t real and poses no threat to human life? pic.twitter.com\/06qCb5gcZy— chloe (@closertoclaire) November 13, 2019ABC Brisbane shared a video on Twitter with the caption: 'It’s raining indoors! 😱🌨 The storms on the Sunshine Coast were so ferocious it caused part of the ceiling at Woolworths Currimundi to collapse'It’s raining indoors! 😱 🌧 The storms on the Sunshine Coast were so ferocious it caused part of the ceiling at Woolworths Currimundi to collapse.Matthew Perrin caught the ordeal on camera. pic.twitter.com\/Xw1tBGdgxz— ABC Brisbane (@abcbrisbane) November 17, 2019People around the world were particularly moved and saddened by heartbreaking images of a koala burnt by the flames of the wildfires ravaging the country. This needs to be World News. Australia’s fires are spreading and they have little help with funding resources. My heart breaks for you Australia 💔 Thank you to the first responders\/ firefighters for running towards the danger to protect and save ❤️ #AUSTRALIAFIRES pic.twitter.com\/ln8sLeoq9j— Katie Stevens (@thekatiestevens) November 13, 2019A rescuer found the koala sitting in bushland, exhausted, dehydrated and injured, and gave her water before she was sent to a koala hospital. Wildfires, a hail storm... Australia is proof that climate change is real.