At 7.15 a.m:

Constantine (2*):  2 feet.


It’s a stunner of a morning this morning, a dusting of frost clinging to the foreshore, the sky a pale blue and the wind a light breeze.
The surf is pretty small, a foot or maybe two but glassy in spite of the breeze being an onshore south westerly.
The tide is too high right now and so there’s nothing breaking but there should be some fun gliders as that big tide quickly drops back. It will be interesting to see how the sand is lying following that period of storms and onshores. But we’ll soon find out, there’s almost 8 metres of tide to drop to 0.1 metres in 6 hours, so it’s going to move quickly!


Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot


There’s barely any surf here today, a foot on the sets but what there is is immaculate.
Those tiny high tide peelers are as pretty as a picture, it;s just that it is teeny, tiny picture!
No, it’s the other side for the next few days, there’s only small surf over there but the wind is light and it is all fairly clean.


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:22  (0.1m)              High Tide:  19:14  (7.7m)


Surf Forecast for Saturday 12th March 2016

I think that it’s safe to ay that we could be in for a fabulous day of fun surf and lots of sunshine!
A three to four foot swell should be smoothly washing our shores as the breeze gradually drifts offshore. High pressure is starting to take control with clear skies, a light breeze and quite gentle air temperatures once the early morning frosts have cleared.


Surf Conditions for the Weekend

As high pressure gradually spreads itself above us, a steady four foot swell with a double digit wave-period is heading our way. And so the winds should lighten and back around to the south east – offshore!
I think that we just might be looking at a weekend of glorious and pumping, reeling surf!
Throw in some fabulous bright and sunny weather which should cheer us up from Saturday afternoon onwards and we have the promise of what could just end up being one of ‘those’ weekends!
Four feet and offshore on Saturday, going five feet and still with those light offshores along with plenty of clear and bright sunshine by Sunday!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!