Wollongong Harbour, Brighton Beach vessel owners put on notice by Transport for NSW

Nadine Morton
Updated July 12 2023 - 8:20am, first published July 11 2023 - 4:30pm
Tracey Williams, pictured with her grandchildren Olivia, 7, and Nash, 5, said untethered vessels are a safety risk to the community. Picture by Wesley Lonergan
Tracey Williams, pictured with her grandchildren Olivia, 7, and Nash, 5, said untethered vessels are a safety risk to the community. Picture by Wesley Lonergan

Wollongong Harbour foreshore has become a graveyard for abandoned boats, canoes and kayaks with owners of these vessels put on notice.

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Nadine Morton

Nadine Morton

Senior journalist

Nadine Morton covers emergency services and breaking news for the Illawarra Mercury. She takes pride in regional journalism which she believes is crucial to informing our towns and cities. Have a story? Email her at nadine.morton@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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