A strong, slow moving high will dominate our swell window and local winds, favouring the exposed beaches.
Strong north winds will create tricky conditions with some fun swell, smaller Sunday as winds shift more westerly. A larger swell is due early next week but with poor winds.
A run of smaller swells with improving conditions over the coming days.
Nothing stands out this period but there'll be a few small days for the keen.
You know things are off when we're more interested in swell arriving from the south-east.
There's fun waves expected across the beaches this period, in between onshore winds and localised windswell pulses.
Out of season winds and average swells but there'll be windows of fun waves across the beaches.
There's plenty of swell inbound but winds will spoil most of it until mid-next week.
Troughy weather and associated dicey winds will most likely spoil a run of moderate sized south-southwest swell energy.
Smaller surf but workable winds for most regions over the coming days ahead of a trough and southerly winds later week. There'll be plenty of swell in the mix for the weekend.