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NSW beaches closed

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Created by fester Saturday, 15 Feb 2020
fester
WA, 306 posts
Saturday , 15 Feb 2020 6:49PM
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Can someone please explain why NSW beaches are closed due to 2m swell? ??

paperboy
NSW, 101 posts
Sunday , 16 Feb 2020 7:59AM
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fester said..
Can someone please explain why NSW beaches are closed due to 2m swell? ??


pretty sure itd be more due to debri n crap from all the rains rather than swell

808-Obsession
QLD, 374 posts
Sunday , 16 Feb 2020 11:00AM
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Spot on, paperboy -

www.google.com.au/amp/s/amp.smh.com.au/environment/weather/beaches-close-across-nsw-as-cyclone-linked-surge-lifts-erosion-fears-20200213-p540jr.html

"The prospect of large amounts of debris in the water prompted beach closures from Byron to Mollymook in
the south
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fester
WA, 306 posts
Sunday , 16 Feb 2020 9:05AM
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thanks guys, media are all over it was surprised at that size.BOM reported dangerous surf conditions.

Seajuice
NSW, 579 posts
Sunday , 16 Feb 2020 7:32PM
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It's because I will get too upset watching you guys having too much fun while I recover at home.

ghost4man
337 posts
Sunday , 16 Feb 2020 7:29PM
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Water quality is quite putrid at the moment - Central Coast of NSW anyhow.Smelly, dark brown and not at all inviting.



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