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Current Level1.29m
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Location: (-33.27781747, 151.4064735)

Current Level0.94m
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Location: (-33.3259, 151.3915)

Current Level1.00m
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Location: (-33.2169, 151.2761)

Current Level0.69m
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Location: (-33.3482, 151.344)

Current Level0.12m
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Location: (-33.2442, 151.3921)

Current Level0.44m
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Location: (-33.2692, 151.3614)

Current Level0.18m
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Location: (-33.47616111, 151.32423334)

Current Level0.21m
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Location: (-33.381891495322, 150.98925835246)

Current Level1.22m
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Location: (-33.441471398401, 151.44091128871)

Current Level0.44m
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Location: (-33.457137682131, 151.14684124219)

Current Level1.54m
Minor2.53m
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Location: (-33.49291250261, 151.42666456094)

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Location: (-33.362186308309, 151.44492788419)

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Location: (-33.432435490307, 151.38805670802)

Current Level0.17m
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Location: (-33.438212701668, 151.35959545026)

Current Level1.09m
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Location: (-33.464065843518, 151.42974689075)

Current Level0.21m
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Location: (-33.217689604791, 151.50749012958)

Current Level0.25m
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Location: (-33.35724235528, 151.48194186522)

Current Level0.23m
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Location: (-33.325375859305, 151.42799617216)

Current Level1.31m
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Location: (-33.277843842571, 151.40643005707)

Current Level1.27m
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Location: (-33.42399722, 151.39491111)

Current Level0.24m
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Location: (-33.263495398455, 151.52481129206)

Current Level0.14m
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Location: (-33.401673048283, 151.34282127292)

Current Level0.51m
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Location: (-33.517085847092, 151.3419692383)

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Location: (-33.29, 151.4236)

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Location: (-33.42815, 151.3234)

Current Level2.10m
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Location: (-33.39669722, 151.33955556)

Current Level0.62m
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Location: (-33.550983, 151.274619)

Current Level21.46m
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Location: (-33.38016111, 151.37540278)

Current Level18.97m
Minor20.4m
Moderate20.65m
Major20.9m

Location: (-33.37527502, 151.3778111)

Location: (-33.50846, 151.31257)

Location: (-33.40737, 151.3356)

CategorySpecial event, Planned
Advice

Allow extra travel time

The Next Exit concert is taking place at The Entertainment Grounds, Gosford from 3pm to 11pm on Sunday 23 May. 

Motorists travelling in the area should be aware of increased vehicle and pedestrian activity and allow extra travel time. 

RoadsCentral Coast Highway and Racecourse Road, The Entertainment Grounds, Gosford

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Location: (-33.42264660524515, 151.32817136131595)

CategorySpecial event, Planned
Advice

Allow extra travel time

NRL: Warriors v Wests Tigers at Central Coast Stadium, Gosford. Kick off at 6pm, full-time around 8pm.

Traffic may be heavier than usual on roads approaching the stadium including Central Coast Hwy, Pacific Hwy, Brisbane Water Dr, Donnison St and Mann St as fans travel to and from the game during Friday evening peak. 

Dane Dr will be closed between the Central Coast Hwy and Donnison St before the game from 4pm and will reopen when crowds have safely cleared the area.

Motorists should allow extra travel time and be aware of increased pedestrian activity on roads in the area. 

RoadsDane Drive, Central Coast Highway, Gosford, Donnison Street

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Location: (-33.42917658344375, 151.33890693992004)

CategoryScheduled roadwork, Planned
Advice

Allow extra travel time

Check signage; Exercise caution

Work is taking place to laterally shift and duplicate this section of the highway, including a new rail bridge across the main Sydney to Newcastle rail line.

Schedule

Lanes closed

Every Day - (all day - )

RoadsPacific Highway, Parsons Road, Lisarow, Ourimbah Street

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Location: (-33.380865712817254, 151.3737315495987)

CategoryScheduled roadwork, Maintenance, Planned
Advice

Reduced speed limit

Allow extra travel time

Traffic control will be in place, and at least one lane in each direction will remain open during work.

Speed Limit40
Schedule

Lanes closed

Monday - (8:00pm - 5:00am)

Lanes closed

Tuesday - (8:00pm - 5:00am)

Lanes closed

Wednesday - (8:00pm - 5:00am)

Lanes closed

Thursday - (8:00pm - 5:00am)

RoadsM1 Pacific Motorway, Deep Creek (near McPherson Road), Mardi

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Location: (-33.29043065600623, 151.4061174460327)

CategoryScheduled roadwork, Planned
Advice

Reduced speed limit

Exercise caution

Alternating (stop/slow) traffic conditions will be in place.

Speed Limit40
Schedule

Lanes closed

Monday - (8:00pm - 5:00am)

Lanes closed

Tuesday - (8:00pm - 5:00am)

Lanes closed

Wednesday - (8:00pm - 5:00am)

Lanes closed

Thursday - (8:00pm - 5:00am)

RoadsDog Trap Road, M1 Pacific Motorway, Ourimbah

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Location: (-33.35955361655601, 151.33864657928467)

M1 Pacific Motorway at the Kariong on ramp looking south towards Sydney.

Location: (-33.4184, 151.29416)

M1 Pacific Motorway crossing the Hawkesbury River Bridge looking south towards Sydney.

Location: (-33.53074, 151.20082)

M1 Pacific Motorway at the Mount White heavy vehicle checking station looking north towards Calga.

Location: (-33.45451, 151.20595)

M1 Pacific Motorway at Ourimbah on ramp looking north towards Wyong.

Location: (-33.34475, 151.36906)

M1 Pacific Motorway at Sparks Road looking north towards Newcastle.

Location: (-33.228646, 151.422404)

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Affected roads

Mann street.

Est. Completion Date9/8/2020
Emergency works expected to occur on Mann street. Expect delays, plan ahead.

Location: (-33.422819, 151.342727)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged white shark detected by Bondi Beach, Sydney receiver at 13-May-2021 06:24:00 AM (AEST)

Beach: BONDI

Suburb: Waverley

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-33.896499, 151.280312)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged white shark detected by Bondi Beach, Sydney receiver at 13-May-2021 06:22:00 AM (AEST)

Beach: BONDI

Suburb: Waverley

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-33.896499, 151.280312)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged white shark detected by Bondi Beach, Sydney receiver at 13-May-2021 06:16:00 AM (AEST)

Beach: BONDI

Suburb: Waverley

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-33.896499, 151.280312)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged white shark detected by Bondi Beach, Sydney receiver at 13-May-2021 06:14:00 AM (AEST)

Beach: BONDI

Suburb: Waverley

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-33.896499, 151.280312)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged white shark detected by Bondi Beach, Sydney receiver at 13-May-2021 06:08:00 AM (AEST)

Beach: BONDI

Suburb: Waverley

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-33.896499, 151.280312)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged white shark detected by Bondi Beach, Sydney receiver at 13-May-2021 06:02:00 AM (AEST)

Beach: BONDI

Suburb: Waverley

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-33.896499, 151.280312)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged white shark detected by Bondi Beach, Sydney receiver at 13-May-2021 05:56:00 AM (AEST)

Beach: BONDI

Suburb: Waverley

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-33.896499, 151.280312)

DPI Fisheries advise: tagged white shark detected by Bondi Beach, Sydney receiver at 13-May-2021 05:50:00 AM (AEST)

Beach: BONDI

Suburb: Waverley

About Tagged shark detection shark

Torpedo shape. Pointy snout.

Alternative names: white pointer, great white shark.

White sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, are found near shore along most of the world's temperate coastlines but are relatively scarce compared to most other widely distributed shark species.

In Australia, White Sharks have been recorded from central Queensland, around the southern coast to North West Cape, Western Australia, but are more common in the south.

Only the underbelly is white: the top surface is grey to blue/grey or bronzy. The biggest recorded specimen was 7 metres long and 3200 kg. The teeth are large, saw-edged and triangular. The diet of young specimens (under about 3.5 metres) is mainly a variety of fish, rays and other sharks. Larger adults eat larger prey including marine mammals such as sea lions and seals, small toothed whales and otters. They also eat dead animals floating in the water. More bites on humans, including many fatalities, have been attributed to the great white shark than to any other marine animal. White Sharks are a protected species in all Australian states including NSW, and also in several other countries.

Length: 6.0 m

Weight: 1100 Kg

Location: (-33.896499, 151.280312)

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