At 6.50 a.m:

Constantine (3*):  3 to 4 feet.


A bright and cheery morning has dawned over us at last, the breeze light, the sun bright and the surf pounding ashore.
Three to occasionally bigger than three feet of surf is rolling in, the north westerly breeze adding a ruffle to the otherwise deep, deep blue waves as they crash across the Reef.
It’s nowhere near perfect surf but there are some pleasantly looking and chunky peaks to get stuck into if you’re keen.
And the Keybuild Dawnsurf Squad do seem to be keen with the whole crew on parade this morning!
The breeze is set light with no more than a breeze expected all day and we should enjoy some bright sunshine for most of the time while the waves power on in!




Harlyn (2*):  1 to 2 feet.


A foot or two of onshore breeze blown surf is drifting into Harlyn this morning producing a fairly weak looking lineup of lightly slopped little waves.
The breeze is likely to slip on around more to the west and eventually the west south west and so those little waves should clean up by this evening. In the meantime the other side is where the wave riding action is today, there area some pleasant little crunchers smashing in over there this morning!




Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:24  (1.3m)              High Tide:  08:00  (6.9m)


Surf Forecast for Friday 24th June 2016

A west south westerly breeze is likely to continue to lightly blow our way today, a fairly close-fetch three feet of bumpy surf rolling our way in some broken sunshine.
It looks to be an okay day, nothing too stunning but with enough surf to keep us happy, especially early on!


Surf Conditions for the Weekend

Light winds continue to drift in onshore as this week winds down, the swell keeping up its steady three foot rhythm as it continues to pour our way well into the weekend.
The weather continues to be mixed but should settle more as the breeze eases to the west, veering from south west to north west and back again.
So it looks like a weekend of fun waves and okay weather awaits, those big tides having an effect as the tide is pushed over seven metres up the beach and then pulled back down again. With a bit of timing and just some local knowledge you should be able to enjoy a good session or two each day, especially if you’re keen on an early start!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!