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School holiday marine workshops along Wollongong beaches uncover fossils, shark eggs and other 'cool stuff'

Desiree Savage
Updated April 14 2021 - 11:52pm, first published September 16 2020 - 6:00am
Thirroul resident Karina Stuart-Street playing in the Sandon Point rock pools with her children Henry and Ruby on Tuesday. Picture: Robert Peet
Thirroul resident Karina Stuart-Street playing in the Sandon Point rock pools with her children Henry and Ruby on Tuesday. Picture: Robert Peet

There's more to be seen around Bulli Beach than giant sharks and whale carcasses to excite the kids, according to a Wollongong marine scientist.

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Desiree Savage

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