Wollongong suburbs hardest hit by wild weather

Ben Langford
By Ben Langford
Updated June 23 2022 - 4:29am, first published 4:27am
Thirroul Surf Club captain Ian Sakoff said 'the sandbags saved us' after sea water, sand and debris innundated Thirroul Esplanade but did not penetrate the club. Picture: Anna Warr

Wollongong's central suburbs bore the brunt of damage from the wild weather which hit us in autumn, insurance figures show.


Ben Langford

Ben Langford


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