1. Take three east coast lows (with windspeeds equal to a category 2 tropical cyclone experienced in Sydney) between the New South Wales/Victoria coast and New Zealand.
2. Add one full moon (spiced with a partial eclipse), producing king tides.
… but is covered with rows and rows of this … I’ve never seen so much. It’ll wash out with the next high tide to create problems in the sea.
Buying foreshore property? I don’t think so!