Dredging sand plan a 'win-win' for Warrnambool, city council says

Katrina Lovell
Updated February 11 2022 - 2:41pm, first published 2:30pm
Sand being put onto the beach when the bay was last dredged back in 2009. This time sand will be put "near shore" closer to the surf club.
Sand being put onto the beach when the bay was last dredged back in 2009. This time sand will be put "near shore" closer to the surf club.

Up to 42,000 cubic metres of sand will be dredged from Lady Bay and dumped near the Warrnambool surf club in what the city council has called a "win-win".

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Katrina Lovell

Katrina Lovell

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Katrina Lovell is a senior journalist at The Standard who covers council news and human interest stories.

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