A group of Indonesian fishermen have been discharged from a West Australian hospital following their island rescue after being smashed by the full force of Tropical Cyclone Ilsa.
The 11 were found on Monday night after one of two boats washed ashore on Bedwell Island, about 313km west of Broome.
Ten of the survivors had been crewing the boat that made it to shore.
There was a lone survivor from the second boat but eight others were feared dead after it sank in extreme conditions.
That man spent 30 hours in the water before being washed ashore.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority said the survivors reported both boats had been caught in the cyclone, which posted Australian record wind speeds of 289km/h at nearby Bedout Island.
The men were first spotted by an Australian Border Force plane during a planned surveillance mission.
The fishermen had established a makeshift camp where they had spent about five days without food or water.
Once rescued, they were flown to Broome Hospital for treatment.
A regional health service spokesman said all 11 had been discharged.
No details of any injuries were disclosed.
Checks on when and how they would be returned to Indonesia were under way.
Cyclone Ilsa tracked down the Kimberley coast last week before crossing the coast northeast of Port Hedland as a destructive category five system.