Early indications are for another strong long period groundswell to arrive this weekend originating from the tail end of the current storm sequence in the Southern Indian Ocean, between Madagascar and Heard Island.
Warm weather but fading surf tomorrow with a small new west swell for Sunday. Larger swells but tricky winds next week.
Plenty of swell on the way after bottoming out tomorrow morning. Favourable winds will create plenty of opportunities as well.
Easing surf with clean conditions over the coming days ahead of a new swell late week. More wind and surf is due from Sunday afternoon into next week.
Today's large swell will ease over the weekend and with more favourable winds each morning, lasting longer towards the middle of the day.
Building surf later tomorrow with a large swell peaking through Friday and Saturday with workable, though not perfect winds.
More large surf on the way though not as clean as last week's. Plenty of options in protected breaks.
A good autumn weekend of surf with even better waves Monday ahead of a significant swell late next week.
Plenty of swell inbound for the state with generally favourable winds for the most part.
The remnants of Tropical Cyclone Seroja will feed into a mid-latitude low, producing a large W/SW groundswell this week.