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Surf patrols step down for winter

FLAGS LOWERED: Newcastle beach surf lifesaver Nathan Moore. Picture: Ryan OslandSURF patrols will cease on the majority of Hunter beaches tomorrow, with the region’s paid lifeguards and volunteer lifesavers taking down the flags for winter.
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Only Bar Beach and Nobbys beach will retain regular patrols between now and September, with Newcastle, Stockton, Dixon Park and Merewether all going unpatrolled.

The last lifeguard patrols at Redhead, Caves Beach, Blacksmiths and Catherine Hill Bay will finish today while the volunteer lifesavers will be on the sand for the last time tomorrow.

Lake Macquarie City Council lifeguard beach team leader Danny Napper said the season had been a successful one.

‘‘We had some big swell come through this year, but it was pretty well handled by beachgoers,’’ he said.

‘‘We had a few good rescues with jet skis off Caves Beach a few weeks ago, but other than that we’ve had the usual minor first aid or suspected spinal injuries.

The major rescue for Lake Macquarie lifeguards came after Christmas when a group of young people got trapped in a cave at Frazer Park.

Provisional statistics from around the state reveal volunteer lifesavers performed 4644 rescues and responded to 401 calls for assistance from the 24/7 surf emergency response system.

The current coastal drowning deaths toll in NSW for the 2013-2014 season stands at 23.

Surf Life Saving NSW president Tony Haven said he was proud of the efforts of all members.

‘‘The current drowning toll of 23 is well below that of last year’s 48 and is a testament to the hard work and skills displayed by our members and services,’’ he said.

Merewether and Newcastle ocean baths are open all year, but patrols stop at Merewether tomorrow.

The 2014-2015 volunteer lifesaver patrol season starts on September 20, 2014.

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