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An impressive array of aquatic craft took to the Bruns River on Sunday with participants taking part in the annual Mullum2Bruns Paddle. There were also a range of new free activities after the event at Banner Park.

Octogenarian surf champ, Rusty Miller, knee-paddled his surfboard the entire 10km in two-and-a-half hours.

The Mullum2Bruns event is a fundraiser for the Brunswick Surf Club, Marine Rescue Brunswick and the Brunswick Heads Visitor Centre.

Photo gallery by Jeff Dawson:


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