The first real winter storm is about to develop in the Southern Ocean, providing large surf to Australia, Fiji and New Zealand.
The Indian Ocean is lighting up again, with South West Australia expected to bare the brunt.
Next month marks ten years since the famous June 2007 run of swell, arguably the best month of waves that any East Coast surfer can remember.
Will the surf at the OK Fiji Pro surpass its name, or will it just be, you know, okay?
Rare swell sources, doncha love them? A storm south of NZ has broken the pattern and will send unlikely lines toward Australia and afar.
Tropical Cyclone Donna is set to light up a myriad of unnamed and empty reef breaks across the Solomon Islands and surrounds.
The East Coast is coming off two weeks of straight east swell. While falling short of the mythical 28 day swell of 1975 it still warrants an explanation.
An active storm track means Bells will provide John John with the kind of open face canvas he likes. Read the whole forecast here.
The Margaret River Drug Aware Pro kicks of next Wednesday and there's some great swell on the way.
There's some large swell on the way for the Quiksilver Pro, but winds may spoil the party.
Last year the Quiksilver Pro just missed Cyclone Winston. As the Goldy pumps under the best swell in months we ask if the bad luck will continue.
...and why South Australia has had a cool summer.