UPDATE: What Sunday 5 June On The East Coast Looked Like, In Pictures

5 Jun 2016 3

COASTALWATCH | Surf Forecast 

It's 40ft at 12 seconds off Crowdy Head, NSW this morning proclaimed Nick Carroll on social media! NSW remains stuck in torrential rain and gail force winds with majority of beaches gnarly, white-water, slopsville, presenting pretty dangerous conditions.

SEE ALSO: Red Bull Cape Fear To Run On Monday 6 June!

Sydney's surf reporter Ben Horvath says "Wild and windy storm surf - nowhere to really ride in these howling NE winds. Weird storm with NE winds hey. Not even any novelty spots really worth sussing in this wind. There are some waves at Nth Bondi that are kinda out of this wind and a tiny wave at Neilson Park - but it needs the tide to drop and the wind to swing more SE - NE is not great for Neilsen and it's only small. Forget it and sit it out this morning and hope the wind shifts later." SEE FULL FORECAST HERE

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SEE ALSO: Western Australia's Big Start To Winter

Queensland's rain has cleared & the sun. The Sunshine Coast is pumping in areas. Surf reporter John Charlton reports "The low has tracked south and it has fined up with W winds and the swell is solid from the ENE in the 6-8 ft+ range with bigger sets and a bit messy. Strong W winds are forecast today with high tide at 8am and low at 1.45pm. There is a lot of water moving about, it's quite dirty also and there's not a lot of value early. Try the points later on the dropping tide as it cleans up and it is for the experienced only." SEE FULL FORECAST HERE.

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THE BREAKDOWN

SUMMARY: heavy E to NE swell event impacts the Eastern Seaboard on Sunday and Monday.

SWELL ORIGIN: A complex surface trough deepening over the eastern interior forms a strengthening ENE fetch in conjunction with a high-pressure system over New Zealand.

PEAK SWELL: Potential for a phenomenal 10 to 15ft peak in NE storm-swell across Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong on Sunday.

BEST DAY TO SURF: Potential for huge, clean surf on Monday as still very large ENE swell combines with westerly winds across Newcastle, Sydney and the South Coast.

SURFABLE AREAS: Very Dangerous/ treacherous conditions for all coastal users statewide throughout Sunday as strong onshore ENE winds limit clean options to the most sheltered south facing beaches.

- Still dangerous/ challenging conditions for surfers throughout Monday and Tuesday

- Excellent surfing options likely across exposed beaches as the swell subsides from Wednesday to Friday

THE GALLERY

Put together by the Coastalwatch community. 
(In geographical order from South to North)

Salty times in the Gong, Photo by Georgia Matts

Salty times in the Gong, Photo by Georgia Matts

Bondi beach at 7am Sunday 5th June, Photo by Scott Henderson

Bondi beach at 7am Sunday 5th June, Photo by Scott Henderson

Surfs up in Sydney Harbour, Photo by Scott Henderson

Surfs up in Sydney Harbour, Photo by Scott Henderson

Erosion in Manly, Photo by Ben Grozier

Erosion in Manly, Photo by Ben Grozier

South Curl Curl erosion, Photo by Ben Grozier

South Curl Curl erosion, Photo by Ben Grozier

Severe coastal erosion at Collaroy in Sydney, Photo by Brendan Hedges

Severe coastal erosion at Collaroy in Sydney, Photo by Brendan Hedges

Catherine Hill Bay on Sunday morning, Photo by Jake Hohnston

Catherine Hill Bay on Sunday morning, Photo by Jake Hohnston

Newcastle on Sunday morning, Photo by Will Finn

Newcastle on Sunday morning, Photo by Will Finn

Port Stephens on Sunday morning, Photo by Mitchell Lees

Port Stephens on Sunday morning, Photo by Mitchell Lees

Norah Head on the NSW Central Coast on Sunday, Photo by Mitch Grace

Norah Head on the NSW Central Coast on Sunday, Photo by Mitch Grace

Coffs Harbour shoreys, Photo by Daniel McEvoy

Coffs Harbour shoreys, Photo by Daniel McEvoy

Northern NSW, Photo by Jackson O'Brien

Northern NSW, Photo by Jackson O'Brien

Northern NSW, Photo by Jackson O'Brien

Northern NSW, Photo by Jackson O'Brien

Northern NSW, Photo by Jackson O'Brien

Northern NSW, Photo by Jackson O'Brien

Northern NSW, Photo by Karen

Northern NSW, Photo by Karen

Hastings Point, NSW, Photo by Tania Wilson

Hastings Point, NSW, Photo by Tania Wilson

Hastings Point NSW, Photo by Jack Dodd

Hastings Point NSW, Photo by Jack Dodd

Hastings Point NSW, Photo by Rob Anning

Hastings Point NSW, Photo by Rob Anning

Angourie NSW, Photo by Matt Brockie

Angourie NSW, Photo by Matt Brockie

Angourie NSW, Photo by Matt Brockie

Angourie NSW, Photo by Matt Brockie

The NSW north coast, Sunday lunchtime, Photo by Sam Lewis

The NSW north coast, Sunday lunchtime, Photo by Sam Lewis

Northern NSW sets, Photo by Sam Lewis

Northern NSW sets, Photo by Sam Lewis

Lines, lines, lines in Queensland, Photo by Jaran Pantic

Lines, lines, lines in Queensland, Photo by Jaran Pantic

Mermaid Beach QLD, Photo by Henk de Bruin Ycaza

Mermaid Beach QLD, Photo by Henk de Bruin Ycaza

Mermaid Beach QLD, Photo by Henk de Bruin Ycaza

Mermaid Beach QLD, Photo by Henk de Bruin Ycaza

Kirra firing, Photo by Michaela Bernardi

Kirra firing, Photo by Michaela Bernardi

Point Danger Sunday Morning, Photo by Jaran Pantic @jucheyproductions

Point Danger Sunday Morning, Photo by Jaran Pantic @jucheyproductions

The Gold Coast, Photo by Nathan Wallace

The Gold Coast, Photo by Nathan Wallace

Currumbin Alley, Photo by Kade McBride

Currumbin Alley, Photo by Kade McBride

The Gold Coast, Photo by Kylie Berry

The Gold Coast, Photo by Kylie Berry

Looking good on the Sunshine Coast, Photo by Nick Jessup

Looking good on the Sunshine Coast, Photo by Nick Jessup

Sunday Morning on the Sunshine Coast, Photo by Jarrod Slatter

Sunday Morning on the Sunshine Coast, Photo by Jarrod Slatter

Sunshine Coast on Sunday morning, Photo by Jarrod Slatter

Sunshine Coast on Sunday morning, Photo by Jarrod Slatter

Sunshine Coast, Photo by Ben Ryan

Sunshine Coast, Photo by Ben Ryan

Sunshine Coast, Photo by Tom Destounis

Sunshine Coast, Photo by Tom Destounis

Sunshine Coast, Photo by Tarron Bell

Sunshine Coast, Photo by Tarron Bell

Coolum on Sunday morning, Photo by Dan Haywood

Coolum on Sunday morning, Photo by Dan Haywood

Sunshine Coast in the morning, Photo by Johanna Brebner

Sunshine Coast in the morning, Photo by Johanna Brebner

Smaller sections on the Sunshine Coast, Photo by Pete

Smaller sections on the Sunshine Coast, Photo by Pete

Sunshine Coast, Photo by Matthieu Glenmarec

Sunshine Coast, Photo by Matthieu Glenmarec

maroochydore, Photo by Che Chapman

maroochydore, Photo by Che Chapman

Sunshine Coast, Photo by Stacey Cassar

Sunshine Coast, Photo by Stacey Cassar

Noosa, Photo by Aidan Gunn

Noosa, Photo by Aidan Gunn

Caloundra, Photo by Joseph Gordon

Caloundra, Photo by Joseph Gordon

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