Surfbreak Protection Society
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Whangamata Bar – Is it Unwell? Surfers to hold meeting

The deteriorated state of the Whangamata Bar form, together with the relentless dredging of the Whangamata estuary channel for Marina boat access, has caused the local surfers to review if the Whangamata Bar is “unwell”.

A meeting is being held on 6th May to discuss the background, status and future options.

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