Le Bons Bay Warnings and Dangers

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    Water safety

    by leeleebell Written Apr 19, 2003

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    Hey, you know, Le Bons is a safe beach with no strong rips. There haven't been any drownings in my memory but be sensible if you're in the water.

    It is NOT a lifeguard patrolled beach. Don't go out beyond your capabilities, keep an eye on the weather and don't swim alone.

    Occasionally in summer there are jellyfish, but it's only the little blue ones that sting.

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    Beware high tide - river crossing

    by DaphneG Written Feb 10, 2007

    On an exploration/fishing trip to the end of the beach and across the river we fished off the jetty, the tide came in and there was no way we could return (2 small children) until the tide went out. Luckily we had matches, built a small fire and cooked the fish we had caught.

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