May 22, 2019
Early morning high tide, a remarkably beautiful, crystal clear, early summers morning. A little bit of swell, enough for a longboard. 2ft clean peaky little swell with little or no wind, these conditions are expected to run on well into the remander of the day. If you fancy a couple of hours on the therapist couch, get the longboard out!
April 16, 2019
6ft sets, faces clean as a whistle, with a very, very light Easterly offshore wind. Perfect conditions at low tide this morning. Plenty of swell hitting the banks, although there is a need to be a little choosey and pick the right ones. Conditions are forecast to change later, with the wind increasing a little and blowing from a more southerly direction later.
April 11, 2019
Early morning tranquility. 3-4ft+ surf on sets. Very light if any wind first thing increasing slightly and remaining from a generally Easterly direction. Conditions will remain good for the rest of the day, sunny, with good fun sized surf.
April 09, 2019
Low tide late this afternoon. Swell ranging from 3ft up to a solid 5ft on sets. Very little wind, clean almost glassy conditions. Need to be a little choosey with wave selection, peaks are shifty and inconsistent and most of the sets are running long and very fast off the banks. A case of being in the right place or catching any 'end corners' But, when you get a goodun....
Lifeguards have got a lot on their plate this Easter with the current state of the banks at low tide. Pay attention and heed any advice given by the lifeguards. Stay safe.
April 09, 2019
'Early morning chargers'...High tide, crisp light offshore wind with 3-4ft of clean surf. Waves are a little full as they roll over the banks at the moment and shape and conditions should improve as the tide drops back towards low. All in all a lovelly spring day... it could be snowing
February 14, 2019
Valentines Day surf. Reasonably strong South Easterly offshore wind and a fairly solid swell, clocking in around the 8ft mark. Looks good from the top of the beach, but! Lots of continuous swell entering the bay, a bit of a paddle out, and then, once out, even more effort needed to paddle into the waves and get down the faces.