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CategoryHAZARD, Fallen tree, Unplanned
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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)

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)

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Location: (-34.621611, 150.845866)

Werri Lagoon at Werri Lagoon (214445)

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Location: (-34.7274444444, 150.8373694444)

Crooked Creek at Gerroa (215410)

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Location: (-34.7710455974, 150.8081685193)

DateObservation
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Location: (-34.6532, 150.8609)

DateObservation
06/02/2023 10:45:00 pm0.563 metres
06/02/2023 10:30:00 pm0.535 metres
06/02/2023 10:15:00 pm0.516 metres
06/02/2023 10:00:00 pm0.365 metres
06/02/2023 9:45:00 pm0.49 metres
06/02/2023 9:30:00 pm0.447 metres
06/02/2023 9:15:00 pm0.419 metres
06/02/2023 9:00:00 pm0.387 metres
06/02/2023 8:45:00 pm0.357 metres
06/02/2023 8:30:00 pm0.304 metres
06/02/2023 8:15:00 pm0.271 metres
06/02/2023 8:00:00 pm0.211 metres

Location: (-34.7725, 150.8073)

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Location: (-34.6236, 150.7444)

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Location: (-34.7203, 150.7692)

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DPI Fisheries advise: tagged Bull Shark #953 detected by Stanwell Park receiver at 03:27:09 AM (AEDT) on 05-February-2023. Last detected at 11:26:08 PM (AEDT) on 02-February-2023 by Maroubra receiver.Tagged and released 31-January-2021(AEDT) at East Wedding Cake - Sow & Pigs, Sydney Harbour .

Beach: STANWELL PARK

Suburb: Wollongong

About Tagged shark detection shark

Stocky shape. Flat snout.

Alternative names: river whaler, freshwater whaler, Swan River whaler.

The bull shark, Carcharhinus leucas, is found along coastlines in tropical and subtropical oceans, and in Australia occurs from central NSW coast, across the northern coast to Perth, Western Australia.

It is the only widely distributed shark that penetrates far into fresh water for extended periods where it sometimes breeds. Females normally give birth in estuaries and river mouths and the young can remain in the river for up to 5 years.

It is a dangerous shark due to its aggressive nature, powerful jaws, broad diet, abundance, and its habitat preference for shallow, murky inshore waters. It has a short snout which is wider than it is long, hence the name. Adults can range from 2 to 3.5 metres in length and up to 230 kg in weight. Bull sharks will eat almost anything including fish, other sharks and rays, turtles, birds, molluscs, crustaceans and dolphins. The teeth are triangular, saw-edged and very sharp. The belly is usually off-white, the top surface grey and the eyes small.

Length: 2.4 m

Weight: 130 kg

Location: (-34.236768, 150.995451)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged Bull Shark #969 detected by Wollongong receiver at 03:00:30 PM (AEDT) on 05-February-2023. Last detected at 11:03:15 PM (AEDT) on 01-February-2023 by Maroubra receiver.Tagged and released 17-February-2021(AEDT) at Birchgrove, Sydney harbour .

Beach: WOLLONGONG CITY

Suburb: Wollongong

About Tagged shark detection shark

Stocky shape. Flat snout.

Alternative names: river whaler, freshwater whaler, Swan River whaler.

The bull shark, Carcharhinus leucas, is found along coastlines in tropical and subtropical oceans, and in Australia occurs from central NSW coast, across the northern coast to Perth, Western Australia.

It is the only widely distributed shark that penetrates far into fresh water for extended periods where it sometimes breeds. Females normally give birth in estuaries and river mouths and the young can remain in the river for up to 5 years.

It is a dangerous shark due to its aggressive nature, powerful jaws, broad diet, abundance, and its habitat preference for shallow, murky inshore waters. It has a short snout which is wider than it is long, hence the name. Adults can range from 2 to 3.5 metres in length and up to 230 kg in weight. Bull sharks will eat almost anything including fish, other sharks and rays, turtles, birds, molluscs, crustaceans and dolphins. The teeth are triangular, saw-edged and very sharp. The belly is usually off-white, the top surface grey and the eyes small.

Length: 2.4 m

Weight: 130 kg

Location: (-34.427754, 150.913214)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged Bull Shark #953 detected by Shellharbour receiver at 07:22:18 PM (AEDT) on 05-February-2023. Last detected at 03:35:31 AM (AEDT) on 05-February-2023 by Stanwell Park receiver.Tagged and released 31-January-2021(AEDT) at East Wedding Cake - Sow & Pigs, Sydney Harbour .

Beach: SHELLHARBOUR NORTH/NUNS

Suburb: Shellharbour

About Tagged shark detection shark

Stocky shape. Flat snout.

Alternative names: river whaler, freshwater whaler, Swan River whaler.

The bull shark, Carcharhinus leucas, is found along coastlines in tropical and subtropical oceans, and in Australia occurs from central NSW coast, across the northern coast to Perth, Western Australia.

It is the only widely distributed shark that penetrates far into fresh water for extended periods where it sometimes breeds. Females normally give birth in estuaries and river mouths and the young can remain in the river for up to 5 years.

It is a dangerous shark due to its aggressive nature, powerful jaws, broad diet, abundance, and its habitat preference for shallow, murky inshore waters. It has a short snout which is wider than it is long, hence the name. Adults can range from 2 to 3.5 metres in length and up to 230 kg in weight. Bull sharks will eat almost anything including fish, other sharks and rays, turtles, birds, molluscs, crustaceans and dolphins. The teeth are triangular, saw-edged and very sharp. The belly is usually off-white, the top surface grey and the eyes small.

Length: 2.4 m

Weight: 130 kg

Location: (-34.569748, 150.875351)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged Bull Shark #969 detected by Shellharbour receiver at 09:44:51 PM (AEDT) on 05-February-2023. Last detected at 03:09:11 PM (AEDT) on 05-February-2023 by Wollongong receiver.Tagged and released 17-February-2021(AEDT) at Birchgrove, Sydney harbour .

Beach: SHELLHARBOUR NORTH/NUNS

Suburb: Shellharbour

About Tagged shark detection shark

Stocky shape. Flat snout.

Alternative names: river whaler, freshwater whaler, Swan River whaler.

The bull shark, Carcharhinus leucas, is found along coastlines in tropical and subtropical oceans, and in Australia occurs from central NSW coast, across the northern coast to Perth, Western Australia.

It is the only widely distributed shark that penetrates far into fresh water for extended periods where it sometimes breeds. Females normally give birth in estuaries and river mouths and the young can remain in the river for up to 5 years.

It is a dangerous shark due to its aggressive nature, powerful jaws, broad diet, abundance, and its habitat preference for shallow, murky inshore waters. It has a short snout which is wider than it is long, hence the name. Adults can range from 2 to 3.5 metres in length and up to 230 kg in weight. Bull sharks will eat almost anything including fish, other sharks and rays, turtles, birds, molluscs, crustaceans and dolphins. The teeth are triangular, saw-edged and very sharp. The belly is usually off-white, the top surface grey and the eyes small.

Length: 2.4 m

Weight: 130 kg

Location: (-34.569792, 150.875281)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged Bull Shark #577 detected by Sussex Inlet receiver at 10:55:50 PM (AEDT) on 05-February-2023. Last detected at 10:40:30 AM (AEDT) on 04-February-2023 by Batemans Bay receiver.Tagged and released 06-March-2019(AEDT) at Sow and Pigs, Sydney Harbour.

Beach: CUDMIRRAH

Suburb: Shoalhaven

About Tagged shark detection shark

Stocky shape. Flat snout.

Alternative names: river whaler, freshwater whaler, Swan River whaler.

The bull shark, Carcharhinus leucas, is found along coastlines in tropical and subtropical oceans, and in Australia occurs from central NSW coast, across the northern coast to Perth, Western Australia.

It is the only widely distributed shark that penetrates far into fresh water for extended periods where it sometimes breeds. Females normally give birth in estuaries and river mouths and the young can remain in the river for up to 5 years.

It is a dangerous shark due to its aggressive nature, powerful jaws, broad diet, abundance, and its habitat preference for shallow, murky inshore waters. It has a short snout which is wider than it is long, hence the name. Adults can range from 2 to 3.5 metres in length and up to 230 kg in weight. Bull sharks will eat almost anything including fish, other sharks and rays, turtles, birds, molluscs, crustaceans and dolphins. The teeth are triangular, saw-edged and very sharp. The belly is usually off-white, the top surface grey and the eyes small.

Length: 2.4 m

Weight: 130 kg

Location: (-35.193765, 150.585947)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged Bull Shark #577 detected by Sussex Inlet receiver at 11:01:20 PM (AEDT) on 05-February-2023. Last detected at 10:55:50 PM (AEDT) on 05-February-2023 by Sussex Inlet receiver.Tagged and released 06-March-2019(AEDT) at Sow and Pigs, Sydney Harbour.

Beach: CUDMIRRAH

Suburb: Shoalhaven

About Tagged shark detection shark

Stocky shape. Flat snout.

Alternative names: river whaler, freshwater whaler, Swan River whaler.

The bull shark, Carcharhinus leucas, is found along coastlines in tropical and subtropical oceans, and in Australia occurs from central NSW coast, across the northern coast to Perth, Western Australia.

It is the only widely distributed shark that penetrates far into fresh water for extended periods where it sometimes breeds. Females normally give birth in estuaries and river mouths and the young can remain in the river for up to 5 years.

It is a dangerous shark due to its aggressive nature, powerful jaws, broad diet, abundance, and its habitat preference for shallow, murky inshore waters. It has a short snout which is wider than it is long, hence the name. Adults can range from 2 to 3.5 metres in length and up to 230 kg in weight. Bull sharks will eat almost anything including fish, other sharks and rays, turtles, birds, molluscs, crustaceans and dolphins. The teeth are triangular, saw-edged and very sharp. The belly is usually off-white, the top surface grey and the eyes small.

Length: 2.4 m

Weight: 130 kg

Location: (-35.19377, 150.585967)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged Bull Shark #953 detected by Kiama receiver at 02:19:06 AM (AEDT) on 06-February-2023. Last detected at 07:29:11 PM (AEDT) on 05-February-2023 by Shellharbour receiver.Tagged and released 31-January-2021(AEDT) at East Wedding Cake - Sow & Pigs, Sydney Harbour .

Beach: SURF

Suburb: Kiama

About Tagged shark detection shark

Stocky shape. Flat snout.

Alternative names: river whaler, freshwater whaler, Swan River whaler.

The bull shark, Carcharhinus leucas, is found along coastlines in tropical and subtropical oceans, and in Australia occurs from central NSW coast, across the northern coast to Perth, Western Australia.

It is the only widely distributed shark that penetrates far into fresh water for extended periods where it sometimes breeds. Females normally give birth in estuaries and river mouths and the young can remain in the river for up to 5 years.

It is a dangerous shark due to its aggressive nature, powerful jaws, broad diet, abundance, and its habitat preference for shallow, murky inshore waters. It has a short snout which is wider than it is long, hence the name. Adults can range from 2 to 3.5 metres in length and up to 230 kg in weight. Bull sharks will eat almost anything including fish, other sharks and rays, turtles, birds, molluscs, crustaceans and dolphins. The teeth are triangular, saw-edged and very sharp. The belly is usually off-white, the top surface grey and the eyes small.

Length: 2.4 m

Weight: 130 kg

Location: (-34.678565, 150.861734)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged Bull Shark #969 detected by Kiama receiver at 04:19:04 AM (AEDT) on 06-February-2023. Last detected at 09:51:09 PM (AEDT) on 05-February-2023 by Shellharbour receiver.Tagged and released 17-February-2021(AEDT) at Birchgrove, Sydney harbour .

Beach: SURF

Suburb: Kiama

About Tagged shark detection shark

Stocky shape. Flat snout.

Alternative names: river whaler, freshwater whaler, Swan River whaler.

The bull shark, Carcharhinus leucas, is found along coastlines in tropical and subtropical oceans, and in Australia occurs from central NSW coast, across the northern coast to Perth, Western Australia.

It is the only widely distributed shark that penetrates far into fresh water for extended periods where it sometimes breeds. Females normally give birth in estuaries and river mouths and the young can remain in the river for up to 5 years.

It is a dangerous shark due to its aggressive nature, powerful jaws, broad diet, abundance, and its habitat preference for shallow, murky inshore waters. It has a short snout which is wider than it is long, hence the name. Adults can range from 2 to 3.5 metres in length and up to 230 kg in weight. Bull sharks will eat almost anything including fish, other sharks and rays, turtles, birds, molluscs, crustaceans and dolphins. The teeth are triangular, saw-edged and very sharp. The belly is usually off-white, the top surface grey and the eyes small.

Length: 2.4 m

Weight: 130 kg

Location: (-34.678624, 150.861724)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged Bull Shark #795 detected by Stanwell Park receiver at 04:47:56 AM (AEDT) on 06-February-2023. Last detected at 08:26:37 PM (AEDT) on 03-February-2023 by Maroubra receiver.Tagged and released 31-May-2019(AEST) at Whitsundays.

Beach: STANWELL PARK

Suburb: Wollongong

About Tagged shark detection shark

Stocky shape. Flat snout.

Alternative names: river whaler, freshwater whaler, Swan River whaler.

The bull shark, Carcharhinus leucas, is found along coastlines in tropical and subtropical oceans, and in Australia occurs from central NSW coast, across the northern coast to Perth, Western Australia.

It is the only widely distributed shark that penetrates far into fresh water for extended periods where it sometimes breeds. Females normally give birth in estuaries and river mouths and the young can remain in the river for up to 5 years.

It is a dangerous shark due to its aggressive nature, powerful jaws, broad diet, abundance, and its habitat preference for shallow, murky inshore waters. It has a short snout which is wider than it is long, hence the name. Adults can range from 2 to 3.5 metres in length and up to 230 kg in weight. Bull sharks will eat almost anything including fish, other sharks and rays, turtles, birds, molluscs, crustaceans and dolphins. The teeth are triangular, saw-edged and very sharp. The belly is usually off-white, the top surface grey and the eyes small.

Length: 2.4 m

Weight: 130 kg

Location: (-34.236597, 150.995325)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged Bull Shark #795 detected by Stanwell Park receiver at 04:55:33 AM (AEDT) on 06-February-2023. Last detected at 04:49:30 AM (AEDT) on 06-February-2023 by Stanwell Park receiver.Tagged and released 31-May-2019(AEST) at Whitsundays.

Beach: STANWELL PARK

Suburb: Wollongong

About Tagged shark detection shark

Stocky shape. Flat snout.

Alternative names: river whaler, freshwater whaler, Swan River whaler.

The bull shark, Carcharhinus leucas, is found along coastlines in tropical and subtropical oceans, and in Australia occurs from central NSW coast, across the northern coast to Perth, Western Australia.

It is the only widely distributed shark that penetrates far into fresh water for extended periods where it sometimes breeds. Females normally give birth in estuaries and river mouths and the young can remain in the river for up to 5 years.

It is a dangerous shark due to its aggressive nature, powerful jaws, broad diet, abundance, and its habitat preference for shallow, murky inshore waters. It has a short snout which is wider than it is long, hence the name. Adults can range from 2 to 3.5 metres in length and up to 230 kg in weight. Bull sharks will eat almost anything including fish, other sharks and rays, turtles, birds, molluscs, crustaceans and dolphins. The teeth are triangular, saw-edged and very sharp. The belly is usually off-white, the top surface grey and the eyes small.

Length: 2.4 m

Weight: 130 kg

Location: (-34.236585, 150.995322)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged Bull Shark #778 detected by Sussex Inlet receiver at 07:10:47 PM (AEDT) on 06-February-2023. Last detected at 04:08:25 PM (AEDT) on 04-February-2023 by Batemans Bay receiver.Tagged and released 12-December-2019(AEDT) at Whitsundays.

Beach: CUDMIRRAH

Suburb: Shoalhaven

About Tagged shark detection shark

Stocky shape. Flat snout.

Alternative names: river whaler, freshwater whaler, Swan River whaler.

The bull shark, Carcharhinus leucas, is found along coastlines in tropical and subtropical oceans, and in Australia occurs from central NSW coast, across the northern coast to Perth, Western Australia.

It is the only widely distributed shark that penetrates far into fresh water for extended periods where it sometimes breeds. Females normally give birth in estuaries and river mouths and the young can remain in the river for up to 5 years.

It is a dangerous shark due to its aggressive nature, powerful jaws, broad diet, abundance, and its habitat preference for shallow, murky inshore waters. It has a short snout which is wider than it is long, hence the name. Adults can range from 2 to 3.5 metres in length and up to 230 kg in weight. Bull sharks will eat almost anything including fish, other sharks and rays, turtles, birds, molluscs, crustaceans and dolphins. The teeth are triangular, saw-edged and very sharp. The belly is usually off-white, the top surface grey and the eyes small.

Length: 2.4 m

Weight: 130 kg

Location: (-35.193805, 150.58593)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged Bull Shark #778 detected by Sussex Inlet receiver at 07:24:59 PM (AEDT) on 06-February-2023. Last detected at 07:19:58 PM (AEDT) on 06-February-2023 by Sussex Inlet receiver.Tagged and released 12-December-2019(AEDT) at Whitsundays.

Beach: CUDMIRRAH

Suburb: Shoalhaven

About Tagged shark detection shark

Stocky shape. Flat snout.

Alternative names: river whaler, freshwater whaler, Swan River whaler.

The bull shark, Carcharhinus leucas, is found along coastlines in tropical and subtropical oceans, and in Australia occurs from central NSW coast, across the northern coast to Perth, Western Australia.

It is the only widely distributed shark that penetrates far into fresh water for extended periods where it sometimes breeds. Females normally give birth in estuaries and river mouths and the young can remain in the river for up to 5 years.

It is a dangerous shark due to its aggressive nature, powerful jaws, broad diet, abundance, and its habitat preference for shallow, murky inshore waters. It has a short snout which is wider than it is long, hence the name. Adults can range from 2 to 3.5 metres in length and up to 230 kg in weight. Bull sharks will eat almost anything including fish, other sharks and rays, turtles, birds, molluscs, crustaceans and dolphins. The teeth are triangular, saw-edged and very sharp. The belly is usually off-white, the top surface grey and the eyes small.

Length: 2.4 m

Weight: 130 kg

Location: (-35.193814, 150.585929)

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