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Good Whanga Bar article – have a read
27 Mar 11

Some locals say Whanga Bar is a goner and have given up the fight. Not us, Whanga is worth fighting for. After all it’s a 10 out of 10 (Wavetrack Guide) and legislated as a nationally significant surfbreak (NZCPS 2010). Not only that, but Surfbreak Protection Society, collaborating with ASR and Waikato Regional Council, is putting in place a monitoring camera to document the changes to the Bar along the timeline of the Marina Society’s sand dredging cycle.

Check out the article and stay tuned for further progress and updates.

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