A very active period of surf, leaving summer and last year as but a distant memory with lots of action across the Surf Coast.
A windy, cool period of surf with various pulses of moderate-large swell and generally favourable winds for protected spots.
After a year or so of marginal surf and waves across the Surf Coast, we'll finally move into an active and favourable run of waves with help from Tropical Cyclone Seroja.
Clean conditions ahead of an oversized, victory at sea swell Sunday, easing next week as winds slowly improve.
A very significant swell from a 'bombing' low is expected this forecast period but winds won't play ball. There'll be fun options either side of the swell's peak.
Lots of swell this period with varying winds, favouring a wide variety of locations but not ideal when the swell is the biggest.
The coming two days aren't great, but we'll see a good swell for early next week though winds won't really co-operate.
Clean conditions and fun options on the exposed beaches over the coming days ahead of the new swell. Winds aren't ideal though until the swell starts easing.
Nothing significant this week ahead of some better swell into the weekend and next week. Winds aren't ideal but at least there's swell on the way.
Nothing special this weekend but on the right board and spot, there'll be a couple of sliders. Next week looks meh ahead of some better activity into Easter.