Wooli Beach Storm Damage, June, 2016. - beyondeyelevel
View north.  Old sand fences have been removed by wave action.  New sand fences being established.  Note cut away towards top of photo.  There is now a substantial amount of sand on the lower beach which should be scraped back up to re build the dune.  Note the uniformity of the cutaway and  the width of the beach.  The sand is still on the beach just further out.  We should capture this sand now and put it back on the dune.  That way we rebuild our sand bank for the next storm event.  Note healthy dune vegetation where I have been caring for the dune, even now with Wattle growing down the front of the dune.   The debris and old tire in the foreground are what is left from a gift of nature a few years back when there was massive flooding along the Clarence River.   Our beach was covered with debris which the CVC pushed up with machinery, however another opportunity was lost as the drivers had instructions no to push up any sand.

View north. Old sand fences have been removed by wave action. New sand fences being established. Note cut away towards top of photo. There is now a substantial amount of sand on the lower beach which should be scraped back up to re build the dune. Note the uniformity of the cutaway and the width of the beach. The sand is still on the beach just further out. We should capture this sand now and put it back on the dune. That way we rebuild our sand bank for the next storm event. Note healthy dune vegetation where I have been caring for the dune, even now with Wattle growing down the front of the dune. The debris and old tire in the foreground are what is left from a gift of nature a few years back when there was massive flooding along the Clarence River. Our beach was covered with debris which the CVC pushed up with machinery, however another opportunity was lost as the drivers had instructions no to push up any sand.