LOCATION: St Clair Beach, Dunedin, South Island, New Zealand
There is now very little left of what was once a Dunedin landmark.
The poles were installed on the beach in the 1900’s & were originally designed to trap sand & slow erosion. But over the years, they have been powerless against ‘mean seas’ which have taken toll by relentlessly reducing their numbers.
Local authorities have indicated that they have no plans to replace these poles, so this may well be a scene which is soon lost to us forever.
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