Elsa Pataky 'was stuck inside for days' after entrance to $30m Byron Bay home was flooded  

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Chris Hemsworth’s wife Elsa Pataky ‘was stuck inside for days’ with ‘no phone reception’ after the entrance to the couple’s $30million home in Byron Bay was ‘completely flooded’


Chris Hemsworth’s wife Elsa Pataky has been impacted by the devastating floods of northern New South Wales, a new report has claimed.

According to The Daily Telegraph’s Confidential on Saturday, the Spanish actress, 45, and the couple’s children were isolated at their $30million Byron Bay home after the entrance was ‘completely flooded’. 

‘She was there on her own with her three young children because Chris is currently overseas filming (Extraction 2),’ a source reportedly told the publication.

New report: Elsa Pataky'was stuck inside for days' after the entrance to her $30million home in Byron Bay in northern New South Wales, shared with husband Chris Hemsworth (both pictured), was'completely flooded', a new report claimed on Saturday

New report: Elsa Pataky ‘was stuck inside for days’ after the entrance to her $30million home in Byron Bay in northern New South Wales, shared with husband Chris Hemsworth (both pictured), was ‘completely flooded’, a new report claimed on Saturday

The insider also revealed that ‘Elsa was stuck in her house for a number of days with no phone reception’, and is now helping friends and neighbours with the water having cleared. 

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Elsa’s representative for comment. 

On Tuesday, Elsa praised the heroes helping save people in flood-stricken northern NSW.  

The Fast & Furious actress shared a series of photos to Instagram of the flood crisis and thanked people saving those stranded by the floodwaters.  

Claims:'She was there on her own with her three young children because Chris is currently overseas filming,' a source told The Daily Telegraph's Confidential. Elsa, 45, is now reportedly helping neighbours with the water having cleared. Pictured is Elsa and Chris' mansion

Claims: ‘She was there on her own with her three young children because Chris is currently overseas filming,’ a source told The Daily Telegraph’s Confidential. Elsa, 45, is now reportedly helping neighbours with the water having cleared. Pictured is Elsa and Chris’ mansion 

'You are real heroes': On Tuesday, Elsa praised the heroes helping save people in flood-stricken northern NSW. The Fast & Furious actress shared a series of photos to Instagram of the flood crisis and thanked people saving those stranded by the floodwaters

‘You are real heroes’: On Tuesday, Elsa praised the heroes helping save people in flood-stricken northern NSW. The Fast & Furious actress shared a series of photos to Instagram of the flood crisis and thanked people saving those stranded by the floodwaters

‘Northern Rivers and beyond had been hit by the worst floods in history. People have spent hours waiting on rooftops to be rescue,’ Elsa wrote.

‘Thanks to all those who are able to help save people and animals stranded by the floodwaters, you are the real hero’s.’

She continued: ‘So amazing to watch how everyone pulls together in a disaster and helps the community. Our hearts go out to those affected by the floods. Stay safe.’ 

Countless towns in Northern NSW and Queensland have been left devastated by catastrophic floods in recent days, with the clean up effort only now able to begin in some areas while others remain submerged. 

Crisis: Countless towns in Northern NSW and Queensland have been left devastated by catastrophic floods in recent days, with the clean up effort only now able to begin in some areas while others remain submerged

Crisis: Countless towns in Northern NSW and Queensland have been left devastated by catastrophic floods in recent days, with the clean up effort only now able to begin in some areas while others remain submerged

Floodwaters are easing but the state is not out of danger yet as attention turns to the recovery effort ahead of more bad weather forecast for the weekend. 

More than 280 Australian Defence Force members are being deployed to support the clean-up, working alongside about 600 police and emergency crew members. 

Premier Dominic Perrottet said the state has a mammoth task ahead and “it is vital we get boots on the ground to begin the immense recovery process”. 

While the Premier has focused on the recovery he acknowledged the disaster is not yet over.

Using her platform:'So amazing to watch how everyone pulls together in a disaster and helps the community. Our hearts go out to those affected by the floods. Stay safe,' Elsa wrote

Using her platform: ‘So amazing to watch how everyone pulls together in a disaster and helps the community. Our hearts go out to those affected by the floods. Stay safe,’ Elsa wrote 

NSW SES Commissioner Carlene York gave a similar warning.

“We are not past the danger period yet. The rivers are very high, fast-flowing,” NSW SES Commissioner Carlene York said. 

Over the next four days parts of NSW could see up to 100mm of rain and parts of the Hunter up to 150mm with severe thunderstorms, heavy rains and damaging winds forecast, said the BoM.

The estimated current cost of claims across Queensland and NSW is now just over $1 billion, the Insurance Council of Australia said on Friday. 

Devastating: Pictured is a home nearly completely submerged in Woodburn, near Ballina in NSW's north

Devastating: Pictured is a home nearly completely submerged in Woodburn, near Ballina in NSW’s north 

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