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Mike Whitney and the Sydney Weekender to showcase Broulee Mossy and Tomakin


Tomakin residents welcomed Mike Whitney and the Sydney Weekender crew at the boat ramp last Tuesday as they went out for a kayak tour of Tomaga River with Shane of Total Eco Adventures. The Tomakin Community Association president Debbie Campion presented Mike with the Tomakin history book to use in the production of the show. The crew were in the region on the 11th to 12th September filming things to see and do in and around Broulee, Mossy Point and Tomakin. The segment will feature our Kayak and SUP activities on the Tomaga River as well as a Snorkel Safari tour. Be watching at 5:30pm on Oct 7th on Channel 7!


Above: Mike Whitney with Shane Wehner of Total Eco Adventures - photo Total Eco





Photos: Tomakin Community Association

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