Ocean’s warm welcome for holiday dip

By Andrew Pearson
Updated April 12 2016 - 9:02am, first published 8:30am
BATH-LIKE: Swimmers enjoy warm water temperatures at North Wollongong beach on Monday. Tasman Sea surface temperatures in March were the hottest on record, according to Bureau of Meteorology statistics. Picture: Adam McLean
BATH-LIKE: Swimmers enjoy warm water temperatures at North Wollongong beach on Monday. Tasman Sea surface temperatures in March were the hottest on record, according to Bureau of Meteorology statistics. Picture: Adam McLean

Chances are you won’t be needing a wet-suit when you take a dip in the ocean these school holidays – the Illawarra has just experienced its warmest March sea temperatures on record.

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