Bali, Indonesia Surf Forecast 11 - 25 September, 2019

10 Sep 2019 4 Share

Ben Macartney

Chief Surf Forecaster

Forecast Issued Tuesday, September 10, 2019

It’s shaping up as another cracking fortnight to be wandering the Indonesian Archipelago in search of perfect surf. Tuesday saw long-period forerunners making landfall across the region, leading in a couple of days of cooking SSW groundswell holding in the Goldilocks Zone: ie not too big and not too small, groomed by light to moderate ESE tradewinds (again not too light, nor too strong). That should see two full days of clean 3 to 6ft conditions across all west-facing breaks pulling in the swell – and that should lead in several more days of still fun-sized leftovers ranging anywhere from 2 to 4ft into the end of this week and the weekend.

And if you thought things might be calming down leading into early Spring – think again. Already there’s a new swell source gaining momentum over the southern Indian Ocean – and this promises more in the way of serious overhead surf for Indonesia throughout mid-September.

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