Surf Report for Wednesday 27th July 2016

At 6.20 a.m:

Constantine (1*):  2 feet.


A gloomy and dreary old, mizzle soaked morning is gently reminding us that summer is galloping along with autumn eagerly waiting!
The rain soaked wind is fresh enough to shake the hedgerows and so the weak and powerless, swell less surf is being trashed.
A couple of feet or so of mixed up and wind junked little waves are wandering aimlessly into the bay but there’s nothing too inspirational to tempt a surfer. Especially not on this cold and wet and windy, more autumnal morning!
Although, sometimes you do get those little inside sections that wrap across the sand on days like this. And with only a 6.3m almost midday high, HTC might just be worth a little look back later!?


Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot


It is almost flat here this morning with only six inches to a foot of wind slopped and weak looking little wave lines slopping onto the beach.
The north westerly wind is onshore and the swell is weak, so it’s not the place to aim for to surf today!
And have you seen the proposed development plans for here (


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  17:59  (2.0m)              High Tide:  11:36  (6.3m)


Surf Forecast for Thursday 28th July 2016

It’s not looking pretty and it’s not looking very surfy either with that same brisk, onshore, west nor’ westerly wind blowing in and a gutless windswell weakly stumbling our way. And don’t even mention the weather!
Still, it could just turn out to be a tiny bit better than you might expect, especially just before high tide.


Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

Steady onshores are going to breeze our way through this week, that same rolling three foot swell being delivered into our bays and coves in a tired and confused lump of surf.
Our main surf breaks on the more western facing beaches are likely to be showing three feet of sloppy and bumpy surf for most of the time and that’s where the action will be for most of this week, the surf being too weak to get into our more sheltered spots.
A week of mixed weather conditions awaits too but it should be mostly pleasant enough to enjoy some fun times at the beach but don’t forget to take your waterproofs as well!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!