At 6.55 a.m: 

Constantine (3*):  3 to 4 feet  

 

 

It is a beautiful autumn morning as a bright, sunburst dawn clambers over the far horizon to light a smooth three or maybe even four feet of glassy swell as it peels and slides into our bays.
The breeze is set light and offshore (from the south east), the sun is set to shine and the swell is set to push our way all day long!
Enjoy!

 

 

Harlyn (2*):  1 to 2 feet  

 

 

Small but smooth and pretty little waves are zipping across the sand on the incoming tide.
The breeze is light and offshore, the sun is shining, the waves are tiny here but surfable and the days are still long enough to make the most of it all. 

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  17:46  (2.6m)              High Tide:  11:13  (5.9m)

 

surfforecast

 

Surf Forecast for Tuesday 4th October 2022  

 

The wind will back south westerly overnight, a warmer, milder and damper direction than those north westerlies of last week and a much more swell supportive direction too.
So we’re going to see a build in swell through today, wild and woolly conditions eventually settling in over our west facing surf breaks, offshore and clean conditions attracting us to our sheltered spots like Harlyn.
We should be enjoying a very fun and maybe testing three feet and bigger over there by the evening!  

 

 

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

Beautiful conditions will start this week with light offshore breezes fussing over a pleasant three or four feet of smooth and glassy swell.
A south westerly wind is likely to push our way overnight into Tuesday, pushing a thicker and lumpier, building swell our way while going on to chop and mix those lumpy swells at our main surf breaks.
That wind will be offshore at our sheltered spots like Harlyn though, meeting those same waves head-on to hollow and curve and smooth them into fun and testing surf.
The swell size will peak during midweek with some big waves pumping into Harlyn but, of course, that wind will then ease just too far westerly, making even Harlyn a more bumpy affair.
The wind will soon return to a more sou’ westerly direction though and Harlyn will continue to host some hollow and sharp, grinding waves as they swoop into the bay.
Some good surf is waiting to be ridden over the next few days, if you have the time and equipment.
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!