The end of the week looks poor thanks to strong onshore winds. There'll be fun options on the beaches through the weekend ahead of an active, cold, windy week of surf next week.
The outlook is generally average with dicey winds spoiling a variety of swells. There should be a few windows to pick out from the period though.
The exposed beaches will be fun all weekend but becoming smaller and slower into Sunday. We've got an average start to next week, ahead of a good swell Thursday.
Make the most of this morning's waves on the Surf Coast before onshore winds kick in through the end of the week.
Today and Wednesday morning are well worth making the most of before winds go unfavourable for the reefs west of Melbourne. We've got a late swell due later week as well.
There's only a small window of favourable conditions for this period, so make the most of it. The Surf Coast should see good surf developing again early-mid next week.
Lots of surfing options for the Surf Coast over the coming period, with Saturday the best day to target the exposed beaches.
Cold, wintery weather and surf, peaking in size through Wednesday as the swell angle shifts more south along with an increase in period.
Fun waves for the beaches today and tomorrow morning before we see a swing in the wind and weather, favouring protected spots.
Conditions will improve into the end of the week with some fun new swell, easing through the weekend. Next week looks cold, windy and sizey as a strong cold-outbreak pushes up and over us.