Surf Check At Bondi Captures Swimmers & Giant School Of Salmon

18 Jan 2017 2

EHANG GHOSTDRONE 2.0 | SPONSORED VIDEO

Today at Australia's Bondi Beach, Coastalwatch and Bondi Lifeguards captured this incredible school of Australian salmon footage with the new Ehang Ghostdrone. 

The mesmerising, circular pattern of the fish continued for nearly an hour. These gatherings of fish commonly alert lifeguards as they can attract sharks. In this case, there were no sharks to be seen, lucky for those swimmers. 

Check out the LIVE BONDI BEACH SURF CAM

SEE ALSO: How Well Do You Really Know Manly Beach? 

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