Damaged fences

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Damaged fences

Unread post by Lozza62 » Wed Sep 27, 2017 5:50 am

Driving along new section of Pacific Highway I noticed a part of new fence that was pushed down as if something had climbed over it also the main pole was twisted sideways.Cant think of anything that can do that damage the main poles look sturdy and whatever twisted it used a lot of force.Looked like the pole was used for leverage.This section has only been open to the public less than a month.

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Re: Damaged fences

Unread post by Dean Harrison » Thu Sep 28, 2017 11:20 am

Bypasses of the Pacific were added several years ago in areas surrounding rugged mountain ranges and very thick bush habitat from Kempsey to Murwillumbah. These were/are remote uninhabited locations. The reasons for some of the bypasses was due to dangerous winding roads through the mountainous terrain.

In many locations, they added many miles of high cyclone fencing on both sides of the road to keep the animals from crossing the highway. It’s a heavy gauge chain mesh with steel posts.
The moment these containment fences were added, it was obvious something very large and heavy still needed to cross the road and as a result, there are deep dips along the top of the mesh and dramatic crushing damage (not created by falling trees).

In all these areas, its Yowie habitat. You can’t help but think they are responsible.

If you have walked through this remote bush for years from point A to point B, and suddenly there’s a very high fence standing in front of you, it would make sense they would have to climb over it.
I doubt very much the weight of a human could bend the fences to the extent they are.


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Re: Damaged fences

Unread post by gregvalentine » Thu Sep 28, 2017 11:50 am

Lozza62 wrote:Driving along new section of Pacific Highway I noticed a part of new fence that was pushed down as if something had climbed over it also the main pole was twisted sideways.Cant think of anything that can do that damage the main poles look sturdy and whatever twisted it used a lot of force.Looked like the pole was used for leverage.This section has only been open to the public less than a month.
I seem to recall someone reporting a very similar observation in a previous thread some time ago.

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Unread post by Lozza62 » Sat Sep 30, 2017 12:12 pm

Yes this is the third time I have seen damage and as a passenger I got a good look.Seen similar damage on Blackman's Point road earlier in year heaps of areas with fencing pushed down between Port Macquarie and Kempsey

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Re: Damaged fences

Unread post by sensesonfire » Sat Sep 30, 2017 1:49 pm

Lozza62 wrote:Yes this is the third time I have seen damage and as a passenger I got a good look.Seen similar damage on Blackman's Point road earlier in year heaps of areas with fencing pushed down between Port Macquarie and Kempsey
Hi Lozza,

Those damaged fences do seem inexplicable at first sight, just exactly how high were the fences?
I would have thought that damaging property may bring unwanted attention and an adult Yowie closely resembling Bigfoot could have lept over that fence without a great deal of trouble.
Only other explanation it may have been a juvenile. :idea:
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Re: Damaged fences

Unread post by ChrisV » Thu Oct 05, 2017 3:54 pm

Yes the bent down fence can only be one thing when you look at the alternatives....

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