Monday, 25 December 2023

The infeed into the low is focussed on Far Southern NSW and Tasmania before the low moves into the Tasman and drifts SE. We’ll see plenty of  E quadrant swell off the infeed. Frontal systems following this troughy pattern should supply S swell of moderate size late in the week and over NYE and New Years Day.

Friday, 22 December 2023

A good E/SE swell will ease on the weekend with favourable winds. Early next week looks average, improving again later week.

Wednesday, 20 December 2023

Poor surf tomorrow, improving with size and energy Friday with workable options, clean and easing into the weekend. Stormy swell on the cards for next week.

Monday, 18 December 2023

We've got a dynamic period ahead with deepening troughs/lows in the Tasman Sea but swell wise nothing significant is due.

Friday, 15 December 2023

A flat weekend with average N/NE followed by S/SE swells next week.

Wednesday, 13 December 2023

I hope you made the most of the recent S'ly swell, with small surf due into the end of the week, tiny thereafter.

Monday, 11 December 2023

A good S'ly groundswell is due with favourable winds.

Friday, 8 December 2023

A powerful front and parent low passing under the continent and lower Tasman Sun into Mon looks to supply long period S’ly groundswell.

Wednesday, 6 December 2023

The troughy pattern we’ve seen since early November continues, with surf potential continuing to favor small swells from infeeds into the trough.

Monday, 4 December 2023

No major swells expected this week. The headline feature is a potential major tropical cyclone drifting into the Coral Sea with a poleward (southwards) track late this week, over the weekend and into next week. It’s unlikely for the system to reach far enough south to generate surf for NETas but there are some modelled outcomes suggesting it might.