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Location: (-34.80146701, 150.6688747)

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Location: (-34.75695, 150.71666)

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Current Level1.51m
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Location: (-34.727444444444, 150.83736944444)

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CategoryHAZARD, Fallen tree, Unplanned
Advice

Plan your journey

Use an alternative route

Local residents and businesses below The Abbey can still access their properties from Jamberoo.

Local residents and businesses above Misty's Lane need to access their properties from the Robertson end of Jamberoo Mountain Road

This information will be updated when conditions change.

RoadsJamberoo Mountain Road, Misty Lane, Jamberoo, The Abbey

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Location: (-34.671323, 150.728402)

CategorySCHEDULED ROADWORK, Maintenance, Planned
Advice

Avoid the area

Delay your journey

Traffic controllers will be on site to direct motorists.

Local residents will be allowed access.

Schedule

Closed

Both directions

Tuesday - (9:00am - 3:00pm)

Closed

Both directions

Wednesday - (9:00am - 3:00pm)

Closed

Both directions

Thursday - (9:00am - 3:00pm)

RoadsIllawarra Hwy, Mount Murray Road, Macquarie Pass, Yellow Rock Road

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Location: (-34.5678992, 150.665672)

CategorySCHEDULED ROADWORK, null, Planned
Advice

Reduced speed limit

Check signage

Single lane closures and traffic control will be in place.

Speed Limit40
Schedule

Affected

Both directions

Weekdays - (8:00am - 4:00pm)

RoadsPrinces Highway, Mullers Lane, Berry to Bomaderry, Cambewarra Road

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Location: (-34.7878399, 150.6741447)

CategorySCHEDULED ROADWORK, Resurfacing, Planned
Advice

Reduced speed limit

Check signage

Traffic controllers will be on site to direct motorists.

Motorists are advised to allow approximately 5 minutes of additional travel time.

Speed Limit40
Schedule

Affected

Southbound

Tuesday - (7:00pm - 5:00am)

Affected

Southbound

Wednesday - (7:00pm - 5:00am)

Affected

Southbound

Thursday - (7:00pm - 5:00am)

RoadsPrinces Highway, Gipps Street, Kiama, Bland Street

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Location: (-34.6591578, 150.8535333)

CategoryHAZARD, Landslide, Unplanned
Advice

Exercise caution

Check signage

RoadsWallaby Hill Road, Jamberoo
OrganisationKiama Municipal Council
02 4232 0444
council@kiama.nsw.gov.au
http://www.kiama.nsw.gov.au

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Location: (-34.6730539, 150.7577912)

CategoryHAZARD, Road damage, Unplanned
Advice

Exercise caution

Reduce your speed

Rough Surface

Drive With Caution

RoadsBelmore Falls Road, Yeola Road, Robertson
OrganisationWingecarribee Shire Council
02 4868 0888
mail@wsc.nsw.gov.au
http://www.wsc.nsw.gov.au

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Location: (-34.6220129, 150.5818917)

CategoryHAZARD, Landslide, Unplanned
Advice

Exercise caution

Expect delays

RoadsFoxground Road, Foxground
OrganisationKiama Municipal Council
02 4232 0444
council@kiama.nsw.gov.au
http://www.kiama.nsw.gov.au

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Location: (-34.6992169, 150.766019)

CategorySCHEDULED ROADWORK, null, Planned
Advice

Use an alternative route

Exercise caution

The road will be open to residents and visitors who need access to property within the closure.

Schedule

Closed

Both directions

Every Day - (all day - )

RoadsWentworth Street, Central Avenue, Oak Flats, Moore Street
OrganisationShellharbour City Council
02 4221 6111
council@shellharbour.nsw.gov.au
http://www.shellharbour.nsw.gov.au

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Location: (-34.5621235, 150.8169227)

Princes Highway at Airport Road looking north towards Wollongong.

Location: (-34.55638, 150.791795)

Shellharbour Road at Lake Entrance Road looking north towards Port Kembla.

Location: (-34.552399, 150.859907)

Affected roads

Wallaby Hill Road, Jamberoo.

Est. Dates03/03/2022 10:00:00 am
Road closed due to landslip.

Residents only access on lower section.
Road closed at upper section.

Location: (-34.672755, 150.756996)

Affected roads

Foxground Road

Est. Dates09/03/2022 10:10:56 am - 30/09/2022 10:00:00 am
Road closed due to landslip. Access for local residents only.

Location: (-34.725089, 150.768873)

Affected roads

Jamberoo Mountain Rd

Est. Dates04/07/2022 12:00:00 pm - 31/10/2022 12:09:00 pm
Kiama Council has closed Jamberoo Mountain Road due severe damage from a large landslip.

The closure is between The Abbey and Misty's Lane.

Residents below The Abbey can still access their properties from Jamberoo.

Residents above Misty's Lane need to access their properties from the Robertson end of Jamberoo Mountain Road.

Other motorists should use Macquarie Pass and Picton Road as alternatives.

The closure is expected to last several months.

Location: (-34.670989, 150.730471)

Minnamurra River at Minnamurra (214442)

MeasureValue
Level 10.549m

Location: (-34.621611, 150.845866)

Werri Lagoon at Werri Lagoon (214445)

MeasureValue
Level 11.514m

Location: (-34.7274444444, 150.8373694444)

Crooked Creek at Gerroa (215410)

MeasureValue
Level 10.582m

Location: (-34.7710455974, 150.8081685193)

DateObservation
01/06/2023 7:00:00 am0 mm
01/06/2023 6:00:00 am0 mm
01/06/2023 5:00:00 am0 mm

Location: (-34.6532, 150.8609)

DateObservation
01/06/2023 6:45:00 am0.575 metres
01/06/2023 6:30:00 am0.576 metres
01/06/2023 6:15:00 am0.568 metres
01/06/2023 6:00:00 am0.554 metres
01/06/2023 5:45:00 am0.539 metres
01/06/2023 5:30:00 am0.538 metres
01/06/2023 5:15:00 am0.521 metres
01/06/2023 5:00:00 am0.508 metres
01/06/2023 4:45:00 am0.498 metres
01/06/2023 4:30:00 am0.495 metres
01/06/2023 4:15:00 am0.501 metres
01/06/2023 4:00:00 am0.48 metres

Location: (-34.7725, 150.8073)

DateObservation
01/06/2023 6:00:00 am0 mm
01/06/2023 5:00:00 am0 mm

Location: (-34.6236, 150.7444)

DateObservation
01/06/2023 7:00:00 am0 mm
01/06/2023 6:00:00 am0 mm
01/06/2023 5:00:00 am0 mm

Location: (-34.7203, 150.7692)

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DPI Fisheries advise: tagged White Shark #1873 detected by Sussex Inlet receiver at 12:26:02 PM (AEST) on 29-May-2023.

Beach: Cudmirrah Beach

Suburb: CUDMIRRAH

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-35.19373, 150.586089)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged White Shark #1873 detected by Sussex Inlet receiver at 12:41:41 PM (AEST) on 29-May-2023. Last detected at 12:26:02 PM (AEST) on 29-May-2023 by Sussex Inlet receiver.

Beach: Cudmirrah Beach

Suburb: CUDMIRRAH

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-35.193757, 150.586087)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged White Shark #1873 detected by Sussex Inlet receiver at 12:58:54 PM (AEST) on 29-May-2023. Last detected at 12:49:10 PM (AEST) on 29-May-2023 by Sussex Inlet receiver.

Beach: Cudmirrah Beach

Suburb: CUDMIRRAH

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-35.193762, 150.586083)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged White Shark #1873 detected by Sussex Inlet receiver at 01:29:16 PM (AEST) on 29-May-2023. Last detected at 01:02:59 PM (AEST) on 29-May-2023 by Sussex Inlet receiver.

Beach: Cudmirrah Beach

Suburb: CUDMIRRAH

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-35.193864, 150.586111)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged White Shark #1873 detected by Sussex Inlet receiver at 01:52:08 PM (AEST) on 29-May-2023. Last detected at 01:29:16 PM (AEST) on 29-May-2023 by Sussex Inlet receiver.

Beach: Cudmirrah Beach

Suburb: CUDMIRRAH

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-35.193793, 150.586056)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged White Shark #1873 detected by Sussex Inlet receiver at 02:24:54 PM (AEST) on 29-May-2023. Last detected at 01:52:08 PM (AEST) on 29-May-2023 by Sussex Inlet receiver.

Beach: Cudmirrah Beach

Suburb: CUDMIRRAH

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-35.19378, 150.586067)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged White Shark #1873 detected by Sussex Inlet receiver at 02:36:59 PM (AEST) on 29-May-2023. Last detected at 02:31:38 PM (AEST) on 29-May-2023 by Sussex Inlet receiver.

Beach: Cudmirrah Beach

Suburb: CUDMIRRAH

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-35.193726, 150.586159)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged White Shark #1602 detected by Kiama receiver at 12:45:27 PM (AEST) on 30-May-2023. Last detected at 02:47:31 AM (AEST) on 28-May-2023 by Sussex Inlet receiver.Tagged and released 25-August-2022(AEST) at Main Beach, Forster.

Beach: Surf Beach

Suburb: KIAMA

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-34.678574, 150.86179)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged White Shark #1542 detected by Stanwell Park receiver at 01:21:38 AM (AEST) on 31-May-2023. Last detected at 02:34:54 AM (AEDT) on 24-November-2022 by Port Macquarie receiver.Tagged and released 19-July-2022(AEST) at Sawtell Headland, Sawtell .

Beach: Stanwell Park Beach

Suburb: STANWELL PARK

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-34.236617, 150.995471)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged White Shark #1602 detected by Stanwell Park receiver at 06:03:41 PM (AEST) on 31-May-2023. Last detected at 12:46:17 PM (AEST) on 30-May-2023 by Kiama receiver.Tagged and released 25-August-2022(AEST) at Main Beach, Forster.

Beach: Stanwell Park Beach

Suburb: STANWELL PARK

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-34.236677, 150.995273)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged White Shark #1043 detected by Stanwell Park receiver at 11:31:18 PM (AEST) on 31-May-2023. Last detected at 05:28:53 AM (AEST) on 28-May-2023 by Cronulla receiver.Tagged and released 09-August-2021(AEST) at Main Beach, Evans Head .

Beach: Stanwell Park Beach

Suburb: STANWELL PARK

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-34.236662, 150.995283)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged White Shark #1631 detected by Kiama receiver at 11:37:04 PM (AEST) on 31-May-2023. Last detected at 11:12:15 AM (AEDT) on 21-February-2023 by Sharpes Beach receiver.

Beach: Surf Beach

Suburb: KIAMA

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-34.678567, 150.861736)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged White Shark #1043 detected by Stanwell Park receiver at 11:47:24 PM (AEST) on 31-May-2023. Last detected at 11:40:38 PM (AEST) on 31-May-2023 by Stanwell Park receiver.Tagged and released 09-August-2021(AEST) at Main Beach, Evans Head .

Beach: Stanwell Park Beach

Suburb: STANWELL PARK

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-34.236655, 150.995275)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged White Shark #1631 detected by Kiama receiver at 12:05:50 AM (AEST) on 01-June-2023. Last detected at 11:37:04 PM (AEST) on 31-May-2023 by Kiama receiver.

Beach: Surf Beach

Suburb: KIAMA

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-34.678567, 150.86175)

No SMART drumlines at Shellharbour today

Beach: Barrack Point Beach

Suburb: SHELLHARBOUR

Location: (-34.563, 150.873887)

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