Surfbreak Protection Society
Surfbreak Protection Society
Whanga Bar Project
Whanga Bar Project
  • Whanga Bar Project

    The Whanga Bar wave has deteriorated over the least few years, since dredging for the Whanga Marina began

    Whanga surfers have decided to do something about it - Read the Background Story

    In order to effectively monitor and gather scientific evidence, Surfbreak Protection will set up a scientific survey method using time-lapse cameras that will enable the measurement of the wave breaking conditions on the Bar. It would be a first in New Zealand.

    The cost of purchasing and installing the camera, laptop, internet and solar power is NZ$6,000 with ongoing costs of $1,500 every 6 months to analyse the data and maintain the equip - total of $10,000.
    HELP US BY DONATING TO THE WHANGA BAR PROJECT

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