Byron Bay Surf Report

A further overnight improvement sees a minor build in ENE tradewind swell offering up 2 to 3ft sets along the most exposed open beaches, but otherwise grading small/ tiny along points and inside the bays. Conditions look good under early light winds and it's worth making the most of it before they turn NE at 10 to 20 knots..

Morning
Swell: 0.7m
Wind: ENE 20-30 kts
Best at: South-facing beaches
Conditions: Glassy

Afternoon
Swell: 0.8m
Wind: NE 20-30 kts
Best at: South-facing beaches
Conditions: Glassy

 
Incoming tide
L 12:03 PM (0.5m) 
H 5:35 PM (1.0m) 
L 11:36 PM (0.3m) 
H 6:41 AM (1.5m)
 
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