How Batemans Bay looked in 2008: flashback photos

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How Batemans Bay looked in 2008: flashback photos Swimmers wait onshore as hammerhead sharks take over the surf in 2008.

Celebrating NYE 2008 at Bayview Hotel (back) Benji Coulthard, Corey Beasley, Dylan Dixon, Allen Coulthard, (front) Thomas Hanlon, Emmylee Sorensen, Jessie Walker and Niomi Dixon, all of Batemans Bay.

Styling it up at the Bayview Hotel were Bec Gugel, Amy Fellows and Sam Clarke of Batemans Bay.

Dancing in the 2008 New Year at the Soldiers Club were Mary and William Boudet of Batemans Bay.

Lindsay Ekin and Luke Jackson, of Moruya, got into the party spirit at Moruya.

Beryl Lavis, of Moruya, and Joe Willis, of Batemans Bay took a turn around the Soldiers Club dance floor.

Five-year-old Natasha Doberer starts her school life on January 30, 2008.

Batemans Bay Public School teachers Sue Maxworthy and Sue Purcell.

Yvonne Johnson and Cliff Mulvey with newborn Brianna Mulvey, the South Coast’s first baby

Broulee residents Hugh Johnston, Jake Spellacy, Michael Hancock-James, Ben McKay, River Manning.

Trey, Jye, Jalisa and Bree-Anna Glass of Moruya hunted for gold at the Old Mogo Town display.

Danika Dobener at the Eurobodalla Show.

Nyomi Hudson and Brody Cullen at the Bay Carols.

Kim and Aidan Preston of Moruya Heads have a ball at the Eurobodalla Show.

Lochie and Matt Mullins of Denhams Beach take each other on in a pillow fight at the Eurobodalla Show.

Jacob Traynor and David Black get ready to ride at the Eurobodalla Show.

Trey, Jye, Jalisa and Bree-Anna Glass of Moruya hunted for gold at the Old Mogo Town display.

Batemans Bay basketballer Sam Scullin will now play under the same representative banner as her cousin, Moruya player Ben Mackay.

Moruya Gone Fishing staff Matt Jones and Graham Herbert show off a big marlin rod.

Guy Harris, of Broulee and Pat McLaughlin of Canberra.

Eurobodalla Shire lifeguards Gary Knight and Adam Wells enjoying calm seas at South Broulee Beach amid cyclonic swells further north and south.

Michael and Alexander Filmer-Smith, of Broulee.

(L-R starting at the back) Karlee Innes-Black, Aaron Black, Jayke Innes, Briony Black and Emily Black put their game faces on at the Eurobodalla District Show.

Eight-year-old Georgia Mullins of Denhams Beach wasn’t too keen to kiss this three-year-old reptile at Eurobodalla District Show.

Deputy Fire Operations Officer Angus Barnes, Mark Vickers, of Long Beach, Jason Snell and Adrian Cooper, of Narooma, Bruce Smith, of Moruya, Leigh Urquhart and Frank Ziegler, of Mogo, and Malcolm Pengilly and Ray Smith, of Batemans Bay.

Swam Plumbing Dropouts batsman Corey Cutmore puts a ball into orbit at Surfside.

Malua Bay resident Peter Anderson was awarded the OAM on Australia Day 2008.

Ambassador Valerie Taylor, outstanding citizen Noreen Sykes and Moruya Australia Day Committee secretary Derek Anderson.

Batemans Bay Telstra Shop operations manager Kim Cutler warns customers about being cut off once the CDMA network closes.

Bill de Brouwer embraces his independence at 96 with his car and licence.

Batemans Bay Arts and Crafts Society members Karu Rauter, Val Dundas and Treese Grech.

Angel Flight pilot John Gillett prepares to board his aircraft at Moruya Airport.

Barefoot water skier Megan Roberts.

Braden Procter making friends with the new residents at In & Out at Mogo.

District Fisheries officer Glenn Staples keeps a close eye on illegal fishing activity on the coast.

Edgewood Park resident Betty Tarrant.

Councillor Peter Cairney says the North Moruya rockwall is in worse condition than he had thought possible.

Emma Carruthers poses as an angel on stage at the Christmas play as part of the Batemans Bay Carols at Mackay Park.

Lorna Crane and Charles Reddington getting down to the nitty gritty of fibre works at the opening of the Eurobodalla Fibre and Textile Art Group’s exhibition in Moruya.

Yumaro employees Steven Marshall, Peter Magnus and carer Tony Howard sort the doubly large intake of rubbish this summer.

Moruya’s Jessica Dobson shows the form that got her through to the third round of the Roxy Surf Carnival at Phillip Island.

Trychelle Kingdom is on track for an appearance at the World Junior Athletics Championships in Poland.

Soccer tyro Ewen Pollock (right) is 2007’s final Sportstar.

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