Bondi Beach Surf Cam & Surf Report
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Surf Report Sydneyby Ben Horvath
16/04/2014 10:51 AM | Report
Mid morning update - Still very full. Most Eastern Subs beaches blown out. Sets still 4-5ft solid. Bronte ok, Sth Maroubra sort of surfable, but pretty straight - Earlier report -The SE swell is still there. Not quite as solid as yesterday upon first inspection, however the big morning high tide could be masking some of the size. The wind is fresh SW/S so once again south corners are the only viable options for boardriders. Maroubra from Mid to Sth best bet of a bad bunch, and Bronte is rideable for the super keen too. Bondi is rip torn and windblown. Nth Bondi is surf able, otherwise get in the car and head north or south.. Upgrade to Coastalwatch Plus today for your chance to win one of 2 Simon Anderson surfboards.
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