At 6.45 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  2 to 3 feet


And yes, it’s another late ‘super early surf report’, courtesy of a still poorly functioning laptop. Hopefully we shall soon have enough in the kitty to upgrade and get back on that early morning track. In the meantime, the sun is shining, the breeze is offshore and the surf is on fire!:

The mist and haze of a still and dry night is being ushered away by a beautifully clear dawn, a milky blue sky smoothly gradually covering us as the lightest of offshore breezes drifts out to meet some hollow and tubing waves.
Four to six feet of smooth and glassy peaks are unfurling themselves across the Reef, peeling off the Point and exploding over the middle bay sandbar.
And you have to think that once the tide turns then it will all improve massively too!
Yep, it’s all looking good and it’s only going to get better!
#gosurfnow !


Harlyn (3*):  2 to 3 feet  


A very fun looking couple to three feet of clean and peaking (for Harlyn!) waves are gliding into the bay as the mist and haze clear away.
Half a dozen or so are out and enjoying the start of a beautifully fine and sunny day with great waves, that thick and long travelled swell managing to swing some decent set waves all the way around the headland and into here.
If you’re not into the paddleathon on the other side then you should enjoy some fun ones here all day long.  



Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  10:42  (1.1m)              High Tide:  16:33  (6.8m)



Surf Forecast for Sunday 15th April 2018  

Big and lumpy, wind driven swells are going to be rolling our way today, a blustery south going south westerly wind pushing and barging those broken swell lines our way.
Harlyn is the call locally with three to four feet of cavernous and snappy barrels to play in today! 

Surf Conditions for the Weekend

It looks like we are in for a weekend of two distinct halves this weekend.
Saturday is all set to produce some great surf and weather with a very decent three to four feet of groundswell being shaped and formed into peeling perfection by a light offshore, south easterly breeze. throw in some very welcome sunshine and we have another shoulder testing day of surfing ahead of us!
By Sunday morning the swells will be thicker, building all the way through the day ending up being chunky and sizeable by the evening. A gusting southerly wind will twitch from south easterly, offshore, at first light to south sou’ westerly, onshore at our main breaks, offshore at Harlyn, by darkness.
So, it is promising to be a weekend filled with quality waves to ride along with plenty of okay weather!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!