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Narrowneck Artificial Reefs Raised Water Research

    https://raisedwaterresearch.com/spot/artificial-reef/australia/queensland/narrowneck/
    Narrowneck reef (sometimes called “Gold Coast Reef”) is an artificial reef that was constructed in 1999. At 70,000 cubic meters, it holds the title for the largest multi-purpose reef every constructed. The reef was designed primarily as a shoreline stabilization structure. Creating better surfing waves was a secondary concern.

Narrowneck artificial reef nears completion (updated ...

    https://www.swellnet.com/news/swellnet-dispatch/2017/11/07/narrowneck-artificial-reef-nears-completion-updated
    Nov 07, 2017 · Narrowneck artificial reef from the air. New Zealand coastal engineering firm ASR were contracted to make what was then the world’s first Multi Purpose Reef, and the north end surfing community were promised great waves from the project. The reality, however, fell well short.

Artificial reef - Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_reef
    An artificial reef constructed of over 400 massive, geotextile bags (each larger than a bus) filled with sand was constructed in 2000 at Narrowneck on the Gold Coast of Queensland, Australia. This artificial reef had two objectives: stabilizing beach nourishment and improving surfing conditions. Europe's first artificial reef was approved in 2008.

City of Gold Coast Narrowneck Reef Renewal

    https://www.goldcoast.qld.gov.au/narrowneck-reef-renewal-39934.html
    The Narrowneck artificial reef is a ‘Prohibited Anchorage Area’ and two yellow navigation buoys have been installed adjacent to the reef to mark the extents of the area. Preventing vessels from anchoring on the reef will help mitigate potential safety hazards and ensure that the renewed reef is …

Artificial surfing reefs - Coastal management

    http://www.coastalmanagement.com.au/artificial-surfing-reefs/
    Artificial surfing reefs. To date, four artificial reefs with surfing as the prime or a secondary objective surfing have been completed: Narrowneck, Queensland, Australia [erosion protection with secondary objective to "improve surf quality"] Cables, Western Australia, Australia [surf only] Pratte's Reef, El Segundo, California, Los Angeles, USA

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