Phillip Island
Updated: 2018-04-21 06:31:00 Surf: peaky 1-2ft SW Winds: Moderate E Weather: partly cloudy Rating: 3/10

Dawn report: Just a few little waves across the open beaches this morning, with size around 1-2ft. High volume boards are a necessity this morning, there's really not much power out there and it'll likely ease further during the day. At least winds are offshore. Tune into the updated photo report around 8am. 

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Nearest Observed Surf Reports:
Nearest Surfcams:
Woolamai
5.74592973018956
Portsea
56.17800517021931
13th Beach
86.90439781162405
Lorne
86.90439781162405
Torquay
87.2364803501532

1-2ft (Waist High)
A
SSW 5kt
0.8 m @ 11.4s WSW (248°)
0.2 m @ 16.2s WSW (237°)
0.5 m @ 4.2s E (84°)
Hazy
Hazy
First light: 6:24am Sunrise:6:51am Sunset:5:44pm Last light:6:11pm
16
Current: 16.2 (5:30pm) Min: 12°C - Max: 20°C

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