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Moruya beaches closed as precaution

Friday January 4th saw Lifeguards closing Moruya Nth Head and Sth Head beaches for three hours as a precaution following the reporting of sharks in the area. Following checks by lifeguards the beaches were opened again at 11am.

Above: Image from Dorsal - Southern NSW Shark Reports

A Dorsal Official Shark Report was issued via social media this morning at 07:48 identifying a 2m, species unknown detected by Aerial Surveillance via a DPI aerial report. Further south Lifeguards closed Narooma Beach on January 4th until after noon due to dangerous conditions.

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