Manly drowning: Newlywed dies on Shelly Beach on honeymoon

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A newlywed on their honeymoon drowned in the water on one of Australia’s most famous beaches.

The woman, 32, was pulled from the water at Shelly Beach in Manly on Sydney’s northern beaches just before 1pm on Wednesday.

Her new husband was among the bystanders trying to save her life.

NSW Ambulance Service was called to the scene and attempted to treat the woman but was unable to revive her.

A local man, Troy Constable, told Facebook users that the woman was of Korean nationality.

A woman, 32, drowned at Shelly Beach in Manly on Wednesday afternoon (pictured)

It is understood the woman was newlywed and enjoying her honeymoon when she died (scene pictured)

A woman, 32, was pulled from the water at Shelly Beach in Manly (pictured)

“Three days ago I got married, I was down on the beach and I saw (sic) three consequences,” he wrote.

At least ten police cars were seen at the scene along with a rescue helicopter.

A report will be prepared for the coroner.


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