Updated: Sun 3 May 6:49am Surf: peaky 4-5ft ENE Winds: Fresh SSW Weather: showers Rating: 5/10

Not much to look at along the beaches this morning, except that the swell size has increased to around 4-5ft on the southern exposed ends. From the Wall northward it's looking slow, full and much smaller as the tide reaches a high at 7.39am. Stick to the southern ends where all the action is. An occasional one scooting through Northies and South Cronulla. Cronulla Point the pick and semi protected from this SSW'er at 40Kph. The Island may also be worthy of a look over the high tide. Scout around for some other options as well.

Sun 3 May 6:42am: peaky 4-5ft E, Moderate S, showers 5/10

Dawn report: Swell is still holding from the E/NE so the biggest surf is at south Cronulla, with smaller waves as you head north along the beaches. Seems to be solid 4-5ft sets at exposed stretches and winds are moderate southerly so you'll need to find some protection. However the lines are plentiful, with a few decent options if you sniff around. Check back for the updated photo report after 8am.

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Nearest Observed Surf Reports:
Nearest Surfcams:
Cronulla Point
Shark Island
Cronulla Beaches
2-3ft (Shoulder-Head High) reaching 3ft at north-east facing beaches
SSW 16kt
1.8 m @ 9.9s ENE (70°)
1.0 m @ 4.2s S (190°)
First light: Sunrise: Sunset: Last light:
Current: - (10:30pm)

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