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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Craig Holden

Craig Holden
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Craig Holden is the Regional Operations Manager with Surf Life Saving Queensland.

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Enjoy the warm weather this weekend

In this week's beach report, Craig Holden says the warm weather and northerly winds mean mixed conditions for swimming and surfing.

Windy start to school holidays

In this week's beach report, Craig Holden says the wind is likely to pick up for the start of school holidays before easing next week.

Windy weekend ahead on local beaches

In this week's beach report, Craig Holden says the forecast is looking pretty similar to last week with more gusty winds and overcast skies.

Good conditions to entice more beachgoers

In this week's beach report, Craig Holden says good weather conditions will attract more people to the local beaches as spring begins.

Choppy conditions likely at local beaches

In this week's beach report, Craig Holden says choppy conditions are expected at local beaches and early mornings are best for a swim.

Sunshine and light winds this weekend

In this week's beach report, Craig Holden says the forecast is looking good for beach goers with sunshine and light winds.

Promising weather for last weeks of winter

In Craig Holden's weekly beach report he says it's going to be fine and mild for swimming this weekend but not so great for surfing.

Weather to clear with clean waves to follow

In this week's beach report, Craig Holden says wet weather should clear by Sunday and there will be plenty of small but clean waves about for the mal-riders to enjoy.

Latest news

Wednesday is weedbuster day at Woodgate

The Woodgate Weedbusters are community volunteers who help to keep the Woodgate Beach foreshore free of invasive weeds.

The Cookie Daze fresh as a daisy

Inspired by the birth of her granddaughter Daisy, Bargara resident Carmen Delorie has started a new baking business with The Cookie Daze.

Bundaberg hailed as RV friendly region

More than 300 people are staying at the Bundaberg Recreational Precinct for the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia (CMCA) annual meeting.
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