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NSW wet weather inundates Central Coast as rockslide damages homes at Great Mackerel Beach



By Ben Millington, Jean Kennedy and Graham Creed,

Monday October 26, 2020 – 17:18 EDT

ABC image


Several houses have been affected by a rockslide at Great Mackerel Beach.
– ABC


Several homes have been damaged during a rockslide at Great Mackerel Beach on Sydney’s northern beaches.

Residents from around a dozen properties in the isolated village on Pittwater have been evacuated as a precaution.

There are no reports of injuries.

Engineers have been working with police to assess the structural damage and safety risk posed by the…



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