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Written by Steve Marshall   
Saturday, 23 December 2006

Peter Furze has provided a copy of an advertisement that appeared in Slide magazine, a quarterly NZ journal about longboarding. The top photo in the advert is Ti Point Bar in 1976 and the bottom photograph was taken in 1990, when the bar disappeared.

As I understand it, the township of Omaha was built on the sandspit and shortly afterwards there was concern that the sandbar was eroding away, even though it was probably just in a low point in a natural cycle of erosion and deposition. The groynes were put in at the end of the sandbar which effectively destroyed the Ti Point Bar and annoyed a lot of surfers.

This is not something that we want to repeat at Ngunguru sandspit.

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