The show's over at Bulli after a humpback whale carcass which had attracted several large sharks - and crowds of onlookers - was towed away and taken to the tip at Whytes Gully.
But swimmers beware.
Nearly 300 people flocked to Waniora Point to see the remains of a whale believed to be on its way back to Antarctica from Queensland.
Many were hoping to see the sharks, including one at least 4m and believed to be a white pointer, which had been gnawing at the carcass and drawing crowds for much of Friday.
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Rachel Picen had come up from Berkeley and brought her binoculars.
"I was hoping to catch a glimpse of the shark, and also see a whale carcass - I've never seen a whale carcass or a whale up close before," she said.
Wollongong City Council said the landfill disposal was in line with NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service protocol, and warned people the sharks may still be around.
"Council has placed temporary 'shark danger' warning signage in the area and people should stay out of the water between Sandon Point and Bellambi Point for at least the next few days as there are a significant number of sharks who have been attracted to the area due to the carcass," a spokeswoman said.
The carcass drew more crowds as council workers lifted it out of the water at Bellambi Point.
Before today, several large sharks had been seen at Austinmer, painter and regular oceangoer from that suburb Bob McRae said.
"There's been a lot of big sharks about," he said. I bodysurf, so I'm not wearing a suit, because I don't want to get mistaken for a seal.
"One jumped out of the water behind the Austinmer pool. A lot of people have seen them in the surf, so I've been staying out of the water."
He got a close-up view before the crowd was moved back from the rocks.
"This whale's been dead for a while," McRae said.
"It's the stomach, some ribs hanging our, the tail and the fin were disconnected - last night a lot of it was eaten. I saw pictures of a big white pointer into the base of the torso."
Gillian Ames from Woonona brought her son Samuel.
"I'm from Canada, I've never seen sharks before, so I thought I'd come take a peek."
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