Margaret River - Surfers Point Surf Cam & Surf Report

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TODAY
8-10 ft SW
@ 16 sec
13 kn WNW
14 min ago
Outgoing tide
H 9:16 AM (1.3m)
L 4:49 PM (0.4m)
H 11:08 PM (0.8m)
L 2:26 AM (0.7m)
7:08 AM 5:24 PM
20° Water
Dan Wyer

Regional Surf Report

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Surf Report Info

Region: Margaret River to Smiths - Yallingup

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Coastalwatch surf reporters are the saltiest locals around. Part fish, part shark, part human, they live for the waves and are usually more local than the locals. They’ll be up before dawn waiting for first light to reveal the days surf conditions and can sense a change of wind from a sparrows fart. Each reporter covers a region of coastline which includes many number of surf spots and beaches. Please consider there may be possible variations between this report and your local spot due to differences in orientation to the coast and any local idiosyncrasies that may also effect the swell and weather patterns.


by Dan Wyer
  • 25/05/2017 7:03 AM | Report

    Today's rating - Average

    Winds have already swung into the NNW after a calm period of variable winds within the early hours. Conditions are bumpy coupled with some fresh lines of solid SW groundswell. Wave heights in the 6-8ft range with larger sets pushing 10ft at deep water reefs. Naturaliste buoy reading 3.5m @ 14seconds, easing.

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  • Today's Outlook

    Morning
    Swell: 3.5m
    Wind: NNW 10-20 kts
    Best at: Protected beaches
    Conditions: Wind affected

    Afternoon
    Swell: 3m
    Wind: WSW 20-30 kts
    Best at: Protected beaches
    Conditions: Wind affected

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Tomorrow's Surf Forecast

7 - 9ft SW
@ 13 sec
20 kn SW
@ 12 AM
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Marine Outlook


Winds: Northwesterly 15 to 20 knots turning west to southwesterly during the afternoon and evening. Winds reaching up to 25 knots offshore in the late evening.
Seas: Below 1 metre, increasing to 1 to 1.5 metres around midday.
Swell: Southwesterly 2 to 3 metres, increasing to 3 to 4 metres offshore. Weather: Partly cloudy. 60% chance of showers.

Coastal Weather
Showers increasing.
19.7°
Now Showers increasing.
Shower or two.
10° 18°
Friday Shower or two.
Possible shower.
17°
Saturday Possible shower.
Possible shower.
17°
Sunday Possible shower.

UV Index : 2 (Low)

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