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Oct 23

October 23, 2019

Potential consequences of the missing Port Noarlunga jetty stairs

Just 32 kilometres south of Adelaide, the seaside town of Port Noarlunga is one of South Australia’s favourite destinations for aquatic activities. This week, hundreds of school children are in the midst of intensive aquatics programs, where they are introduced to the joys of paddling, ocean swimming, surfing (pending wind conditions), snorkeling and even stand-up paddle-boarding. Another activity that children... Read more

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Jul 31

July 31, 2018

My Swim with the Fur Seals at Semaphore South

Following my sighting of a pair of NZ fur seals whilst I was kayaking at Goolwa South Lakes recently, and an email received from Simon Vickers about them occurring at the Semaphore South breakwater, I wanted to view them for myself. The windy weather was a bit concerning on the day, so I drove along the Esplanade to see what the... Read more

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Jul 7

July 7, 2018

Kayaking in the Onkaparinga Gorge

For my third kayak in five days, I ventured down to Old Noarlunga this time. Allan Horsfall and myself launched our craft(s) here at Old Noarlunga: – The landing platform was under water this time, due to the winter rains. We paddled upstream, around the township and into the Onkaparinga Gorge. The gorge itself is spectacular. We saw lots of... Read more

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