At 6.00 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  2 to 3 feet

A couple of feet of smooth and shiny surf is shuffling its way to the beach on this bright and cheery, warm summer’s morning, the birds in full voice, a Muntjac running wild, rabbits skipping through the Marram and old Foxy looking very debonair.
It’s a wildlife party this morning, or maybe it’s the ‘morning after’ for those guys!
Anyway, there’s some small but smooth and inviting, lazy but fun looking, blue, blue waves rolling our way and it looks like a fab day ahead!



Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot

There’s almost a rideable wave snapping ashore here this morning, almost but not quite.
The air is still and that sea is ultra smooth, a deep blue glass of turquoise alongside that golden sand. But those tiny little walls of glass aren’t quite rideable.
It’s the other side for surf again today and it will be fun-in-the-sun over there all day long!




Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  09:28  (1.8m)              High Tide:  15:26  (6.3m)



Surf Forecast for Monday 11th June 2018  

Small, small waves are likely to be cruising our way today, a fresher but still only light offshore breeze sliding down from the north east, blowing a little stronger as teh sea breeze effect kicks in through the afternoon.
You might prefer a longboard or something much floatier again today but you should find some fun little peelers dotted along the coast if you want to.  

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

This weather pattern of the last few weeks has been almost making up for that long and rotten winter hasn’t it!?
Let’s hope that it keeps on rolling along.
This week is likely to start out with the same with lots of very pleasant sunshine, light offshore breezes and that small but beautiful shaped little surf.
And that should keep us entertained well into midweek with only small but easy and fun little waves to be surfed at all of our favourite surf breaks.
That pleasant pattern of clean and smart morning surf, going a little lumpier as the sea breezes kick in through the afternoon, before the evening glass-off, should keep us happy well into the back half of the week, when some steadier, more onshore winds are going to be supporting some much bigger swells well into the weekend.
But that is a long way off. We should have plenty of fun and summery surf conditions to enjoy before then!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!