Spring has sprung across most of the country, but before it fades from memory let's look back on the winter that was.
This week, the Bureau of Meteorology forecast an increased likelihood of a La Niña event happening. What does it mean for surf prospects?
Why water temperatures don't keep pace with the seasons.
The Surf Coast was terrible, while the East Coast pumped. A look back at the synoptic setup through July.
Why are we seeing back to back lows forming in the Tasman Sea this season?
The most powerful of all weather phenomena is also the most unpredictable, but scientists are improving cyclone forecasts, and surfers stand to benefit.
A storm off Western Australia provides the pre-cursor for a low that's forecast to develop in the Tasman Sea next week.
It's been a great six weeks of waves on the East Coast. We look at the setup responsible for the run of quality surf.
Wondered why the winds at your local beach don't match those of your local weather station? It's often due to friction.
The Bureau of Meteorology are on La Nina watch. If La Nina develops, what are the likely surf outcomes?
A rare build up of sand at Byron's best wave causes a surfer to look backwards and make a surprising discovery.