At 7.10 a.m:  

Constantine (0*):  6 to 8 feet  



That chilly nor’ westerly wind has eased up overnight, it is still brisk enough to stir and mix the lumpy six foot swell but there’s not that harsh slap to it of the last few days.
And it is nice to see some more blue sky this morning too but we probably won’t be surfing much on this coast today. No, it’s the south coats for waves again today!  

This could be your chance to join or even lead the Constantinesurf team!
Shout if you think you’re good enough:
STORE MANAGER – experienced, capable, used to hardwork and with a passion for the sea!
ASSISTANT MANAGER – this could be seen as a step-up for someone taking a career approach to surf retailing. You would be helping the Store Manager while looking after the rest of the shop crew.
SEASONAL CREW – get your names in quick if you’re looking to join our happy little team this year! We will be looking for full and part-time staff to help out with hire and sales for the coming summer season!
Drop an email to to let us know your interest and for the full package of info!
We look forward to meeting you!
(Proud to be a Living Wage Employer).  



Harlyn (0*):  3 to 5 feet  



The beach at Harlyn is almost empty again this morning, that calmer nor’ westerly wind still stinging in its coldness, still toppling and chopping the otherwise decent sized, three or four feet of grey and sloppy surf.
A good day for the seascape artists, not so much for the local surfers.   


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  18:22  (2.5m)              High Tide:  11:46  (5.8m)




Surf Forecast for Saturday 26th February 2022  

A southerly blow today could just clean up that disorganised and chaotic surf a whole lot today.
And that wind could just ease offshore to a more south easterly direction, pushing into the evening’s newly building swell.
With just a little timing and awareness we could be enjoying a short but pleasant session before dark!  



Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

A bright and breezy weekend is on the cards as last week’s tortuous gales ease back and switch to something a little kinder, if only for a while.
The remnants of the week’s mixed up windswell will ease in strength through Saturday only to be replaced by a newly building groundswell through the evening. The wind which will continue to be fairly brisk but should back to the south overnight, offering milder and cleaner conditions through Saturday, although it will probably take a while for the waves to smooth out and even up.
But by Sunday we could or even should be enjoying a new swell, a solid, six foot swell pleasantly groomed by a fresh south easterly breeze blowing straight offshore.
Yes, Sunday could just be an excellent day for surfing around here!
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!