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Surf Report Sydneyby Captain
22/10/2014 4:41 PM | Report
Update-Peaky ,fun 2-3ft out of wind in protected N ends/S facing beaches. Morning Report:Waves 2-3ft,Swell SSE/SE @8 secs,Winds NW-NE 4-24 knots. Light offshores to start the day and fairly clean conditions.Size averaging 2ft with a few better sets at S facing but enough SE in direction to get some open beaches breaking. Tides running in and there's some wobble but still worth a paddle.Into the day Nor'easter building adding NE wind push and peak with protected N ends/S facing beaches maybe ok on arvie lower tide.
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