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Water Safety Flags

Look out for the following flags at the seaside. They will let you know when it is safe to enter the water and if a lifeguard will be around to help you.

Red and Yellow Flag

Red and yellow flags mean Lifeguards are on patrol. You should only swim or boogie board in the area between the flags.

 
Red flag

The red flag means it is dangerous to bathe or swim and you should not go into the water.

 
Black and white flag

The quartered black and white flag indicates the area zoned for surf craft and Malibu boards. It is not safe for swimmers and bathers.

 

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