Last Friday’s bleak, drizzly, chilly weather, which saw the temperature rise to a ‘sizzling’ 13 degrees, didn’t deter everyone from a dip in the ocean.
Last Friday’s bleak, drizzly, chilly weather, which saw the temperature rise to a ‘sizzling’ 13 degrees, didn’t deter everyone from a dip in the ocean.

Cold weather! What cold weather?

What cold weather?

Last Friday’s bleak, drizzly, chilly weather, which saw the temperature rise to a ‘sizzling’ 13 degrees, didn’t deter everyone from a dip in the ocean.

With winter hitting with a vengeance, most of us rugged up, including these visitors to Main Beach.

But one young lady saw it as an opportunity to have the water to herself – a dash to the water, a quick dip and back out again.


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