Beaches closed from Iluka to Red Rock
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ALL beaches from Iluka to Red Rock remain closed as authorities continue to investigate a fatal shark attack on a remote North Coast beach.
Officers from Coffs/Clarence Police District are liaising with the Department of Primary Industry to investigate the circumstances surrounding the attack on a 15-year-old surfer at Wilsons Headland on Wooli Beach north of Coffs Harbour about 2.30pm on Saturday.
DPI will place drum lines in the water on Sunday to identify the shark responsible for the attack.
Surf Life Saving NSW announced the 24-hour closure of beaches throughout the Clarence Valley - which spans about 80km of coastline - following the tragedy on Saturday.
"Surf lifesavers will be operating drones and jetskis on Sunday to assist NSW Department of Primary Industries investigations," a Surf Life Saving NSW spokesperson said.
"Please do not enter the water in this region until further notice."
Yamba Surf Lifesaving Club confirmed Main Beach Yamba would be closed until 3pm Sunday.
Increased surveillance will also be present in the Yamba area.