Man drowns after being pulled from the surf at Curl Curl Beach

  • Man in his 60s drowned at South Curl Curl on northern beaches
  • He was given CPR on the beach by emergency services
  • However, he could not be revived 

A man has drowned in the surf at South Curl Curl on Sydney‘s northern beaches. 

The man, aged in his 60s, was pulled from water just after 7.30am on Tuesday morning. 

Paramedics attempted to revive the man, however he died at the scene, NSW Police said. 

A NSW Ambulance rescue helicopter landed in a nearby field as beachgoers desperately tried to revive the man

A NSW Ambulance rescue helicopter landed in a nearby field as beachgoers desperately tried to revive the man

He could not be revived.  

Northern Beaches Police are investigating the circumstances of the man’s drowning. 

A report will be prepared by the Coroner. 

Some 48 drowning deaths have been reported this summer, according to Royal Surf Lifesaving’s toll. 

The man drowned in the surf at South Curl Curl on Sydney's northern beaches on Tuesday morning

The man drowned in the surf at South Curl Curl on Sydney’s northern beaches on Tuesday morning

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