At 6.50 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  2 to 3 feet  



A couple of feet of glassy blue surf is reeling off the Reef as the tide eases its way off high, the air still, the sky promising dampness for later.
It could be worth dragging a plank out for a slide before a toasted hot cross bun and a cuppa, maybe? But it should definitely be worth a low tide session or two.  


Harlyn (1*):  0 to 1 foot



Ah, sunny Harlyn isn’t quite living up to it today, I think that there might just be a spot of mizzle waiting for us in a while! In the meantime, the surf is tiny, an occasional foot at best but the bay is its usual relaxing self, a destination for west and relaxation if that’s what’s on your Eater checklist?
It’s the other side for surf again today though.  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:51  (1.0m)              High Tide:  17:41  (6.9m)




Surf Forecast for Easter Saturday 16th April 2022  

So, Easter Saturday.
How would you like it?
A light offshore breeze?
From the south east so it’s mild?
A couple of feet of solid little, smooth and even swell?
Maybe a bit of sunshine?
Or how about a lot?
Go on then!
Well, I think we should have the whole lot of all of that today, and a bit more too.
Watch those surf sites reach for their 5 star ratings!    



Surf Conditions for Easter Weekend  

We could be in for a bit of an epic weekend this Easter with sunshine and surf and offshores and all sorts!
Well, maybe for a day or so anyway.
Saturday could see some evenly spaced swells smoothly rolling into the bays against a light offshore breeze, that breeze settling from the South East bringing mild, dry air our way.
So, a day of surfing four feet of curling and peeling waves is on the cards with enough sunshine to make you want to stop by and grab some sunblock on your way to surf stokedom.
Easter Sunday will bring bigger surf but along with a return of an onshore sea breeze, that steady north westerly crumbling the five or six feet of broken surf from mid morning on.
That breeze will settle into a light but steady blow from the north west through Easter Monday, just fresh enough to crumble and lightly slop the expected three to four feet of still fairly lined up surf. It should be good enough to draw us all in, if not classically great.
So, all in all, we can expect a rock ‘n roll holiday weekend with enough surf, weather and activities to keep most of us entertained.
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great Easter, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!