At 8.35 a.m:

Constantine (4*):  4 feet.

The sky is bright and the breeze is light this morning while the surf continues to pump our way!
Four feet or so of smooth faced and lined up, glassy walled surf is marching into the bay, the lightest of offshore breezes drifting up those wave faces, just helping to add some hollowness to it all.
Low tide is mid-morning and so we can expect a full day of great surf in that clear winter sunshine!

Harlyn (3*):  2 to 3 feet.

A couple of feet of smooth but tidal warped little waves are pouncing onto the beach, the peak off the rock spinning across to dry sand.
It is small but maybe a little bigger and more fun than it looks. And the incoming tide through this afternoon should give it a push.
The other side is smoking but if it is too much for you or you would rather play at Harlyn then you should have some fun!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:09 (1.7m)              High Tide:  17:01  (6.9m)


Surf Forecast for Thursday 29th December 2016

A four foot, mid-teen wave-period swell along with light, light breezes and loads of midwinter sunshine should make today another great holiday day of surfing.
All the beaches along this fabulous coastline should be working their magic today!
So just choose your favourite board, wax it up pick your favourite surf break and go have some fun!

Surf Conditions for Christmas Week.

High pressure is drifting over us for most of this Christmas week, those swell generating depressions being blocked out to sea while the swells themselves roll smoothly through.
Three to four feet of gorgeously shaped surf should keep us occupied well into the back half of this week, south easterly breezes helping to shape those smooth swell lines into peeling and hollow, excellent surf.
By midweek the sunshine should be brightening things up as well, allowing us all to enjoy some Christmas surfy spirit on the beach!
Have a great Christmas week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!