Ripping into shark panic

Updated January 5 2017 - 3:57pm, first published 2:30pm
EXTRA ASSISTANCE: Malua Bay lifeguards Rory Brini and Reegan Mealy have help patrolling the beach. A shark listening station has been deployed behind the break.
EXTRA ASSISTANCE: Malua Bay lifeguards Rory Brini and Reegan Mealy have help patrolling the beach. A shark listening station has been deployed behind the break.

Although the public fascination with sharks continues, life guards say rips, rocks and heavy swell pose the greatest threats at Eurobodalla beaches.

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