Act 6.15 a.m:

Constantine (3*):  3 feet.


That cloud ribboned sky is slowly clearing and brightening, another calm and peaceful morning gradually unfolding. The breeze is light and from the west south west, just putting a bit of a bump on the dark faced waves.
Three feet of bumpy but fairly shapely little waves are peaking down towards the Point and throwing some curling and looping sections across the shallows.
It looks like fun with a couple of bodyboarders already in and getting some reeling right-handers.
The wind and swell look set the way they are for the rest of today, so throw in some bright and pleasant sunshine which should be with us soon enough and we can look forward to a fun and surfy, summer’s day!


Harlyn (1*):  1 foot.


About a foot of lined up little waves are smoothly sliding into the bay this morning, the breeze offshore and so helping to shape those fairly weak looking little ones into something a bit better.
With the tide only a couple of hours off high you have to think that this might be the best that it’s going to be this morning with the dropping tide pulling back what little size there is right now. It might be late this afternoon before it’s rideable again!
So the other side of the Headland is the place to aim for a surf today again!




Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:50  (1.0m)              High Tide:  08:25  (7.2m)


Surf Forecast for Sunday 24th July 2016

The surf might just be a little bit bigger today but otherwise it should be a very similar kind of day to Saturday with a mainly bright and cheerful morning filled with three feet of fun, summer surf!


Surf Conditions for the Weekend

That brief spell of scorching weather looks to be well behind us now as the winds return to onshore and those little weather fronts bounce along our coastline.
The breeze has now settled back to the west, onshore but only lightly onshore. And that breeze should at least support the little swells that should head our way and keep them rolling our way through the weekend.
That wind will stay onshore through the end of the week and all the way into the weekend, twitching from south west to north westerly and back again.
So, we can only hope to enjoy a couple to three feet of gently onshore blown surf through the end of the week and into the weekend.
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!