National Long-Range Surf Forecast For February

27 Jan 2017 0

Ben Macartney

Chief Surf Forecaster

This time last year, the Sunshine Coast looked like this, Photo by Nathan Massingham

This time last year, the Sunshine Coast looked like this, Photo by Nathan Massingham

COASTALWATCH | FEBRUARY FORECAST

Forecast Issued 27 January 2017, by Ben Macartney  

It's been a pretty crazy couple of months across the Christmas period. Out of the ordinary beautiful swells for Western Australia and not one cyclone swell for Queensland and minimal activity along the east coast. The long-range outlook for February could turn things around quite significantly. 

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