Unpredictable water movements remain despite tsunami alert being cancelled

Amandine Ahrens
Updated January 17 2022 - 4:35pm, first published 2:35pm
Director of the Far South Coast Surf Life Saving branch Cheryl McCarthy urges people not to be fooled by seemingly calm waters and remain vigilant and safe. Photo: Amandine Ahrens.
Director of the Far South Coast Surf Life Saving branch Cheryl McCarthy urges people not to be fooled by seemingly calm waters and remain vigilant and safe. Photo: Amandine Ahrens.

Despite tsunami alerts being cancelled following warnings issued for the NSW coast on Saturday night, January 15, people are being reminded to exercise caution around the ocean.

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Amandine Ahrens

Amandine Ahrens

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I've grown up in the Bega Valley and I'm a regional daily news reporter on the Far South Coast of NSW. Got a story? Get in touch: 0436 426 843 or email amandine.ahrens@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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