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With the local surf club and holiday park now protected for the time being, erosion problems at Kingscliff have moved up the beach with the bowls club the latest casualty.

A 50-year-old rock wall is taking a pounding and, despite being upgraded to ‘one-in-a-hundred-years standard’ in the 90s, a Tweed Council spokesperson says ‘there are some issues’ with the wall.

The spokesperson said the problem means there is currently no access from the bowls club carpark to the beach.


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