The surf will improve across the beaches all weekend with a mix of fun swells. There's more swell energy on the cards from next week but winds remain an issue.
It's a tricky forecast period regarding the timing of swells and local winds but there are windows for those on the pulse.
A poor week of surf with no decent swell and onshore when it builds. Cleaner, fun waves on the beaches come the weekend.
Winds will come out of the east to north-east over the coming days but with small levels of weak swell.
A slow moving high will see winds slowly improving and swinging anti-clockwise over the coming period but with minimal levels of swell.
There's been an upgrade in some localised, mid-period S/SW swell over the coming days but winds won't be favourable at all.
Winds will slow in their improvement through early next week with the cleanest conditions found now when the swell is a bit smaller but this will favour the exposed beaches.
There's a window of cleaner conditions and fun swell for early next week before we settle back into an unfavourable pattern.
There's no major surf or swell due this week but we'll see a bit more action from Sunday into next week.
Winds are favourable for the beaches but the Southern Ocean is having a quiet spell. There aren't many surfing options for the coming period.