Author: wipa

DBCA are advising that they have demolished and removed shack W096 on the point due to the danger it poses to children playing in the area....

The annual Australia Day Cricket match at Wedge was again a resounding success, with roll-uo form members and guests of all ages.  We were again privileged to have John Rutherford visit Wedge and pad up for a game, having played in last year’s game.  John...

Another fantastic rollup of volunteers for 2013 Clean up Australia day at Wedge. With four main zones defined for the clean-up activities, we had a good spread of people and equipment through-out the settlement. Volunteers With about 55 volunteers registered, plus several on the coordinating group and...

Most people at Wedge take this entry to the beach as being there forever. Believe it or not in the early days this particular area was covered in very thick and impenetrable acacia Cyclopsis. It was so dense there was no way to the beach...

My parents built a shack out of rocks an odd thirty years ago and lived their breeding little surf rats such as Owen and Cameron (my Brothers). Finally in October 1993 I was born and when I was 48 hours old my parents brought me...

Absolute freedom!, away from the city life (lights, sirens, technology etc), community spirit, completely casual, on the beach, family there...

It was one of those magic Saturday mornings at Wedge, warm and calm, with all the kids from surrounding shacks out exploring and making contact with their neighbours’ offspring. This was the case with Greg & Pat Greens three boys and our two sons Greg &...

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