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Review of Injidup signage

Catherine MasseyBusselton Dunsborough Times
In the search for the 23-year old woman one of the two men who attempted to rescue her and a paramedic were injured and airlifted.
Camera IconIn the search for the 23-year old woman one of the two men who attempted to rescue her and a paramedic were injured and airlifted.

A review of the signs at Yallingup’s Injidup Spa, where a 23-year-old woman was swept off the rocks 12 days ago, will be conducted this week.

The review will be headed by the Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions and will involve a risk assessment of at least all five signs in the immediate area.

The location, wording, and the size of the signs will be assessed.

A DBCA spokesperson said the department maintained signage according to risk assessments, like the one being conducted this week.

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