Strong winds across the South Coast over the weekend made for a busy time for Batemans Bay SES volunteers.
Unit controller Mike Day said nine volunteers assisted with six jobs across South Durras, Maloneys Beach, Batehaven, Sunshine Bay and Denhams Beach as gusts of up to 80 km/h hit the region.
“These jobs were mainly threatening or fallen trees and one job was the result of a wayward trampoline damaging a neighbour’s roof,” Mr Day said.
“Most of the jobs were quite time consuming, with trees requiring removal before temporary repairs were made to houses.”
He said a large tree was removed from a roof in Sunshine Bay and repairs were carried out, while a windswept trampoline damaged a nearby roof in Batehaven.
Volunteers also removed a tree that had fallen near a garage at Maloneys Beach.