Via @ portauthoritynsw— MarioDeFenza (@MarioDeFenza) November 29, 2021
Over the weekend, mother nature threw a few curve balls our way in the Sydney region. The Warragamba Dam overflowed for the 2nd time this month, southerly winds tore through the harbour and swells reached 6m out in Port Botany & PortJack.
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