Byron Bay Surf Report

Still large ENE groundswell radiating from TC Oma combines with steep rising SSE swell under near-gale-force SSE winds. Exposed beaches are no-go zones at a stormy, 6 to 8ft+, rising to an out-of-control 8 to 12ft or more this arvo. Initially expect waves wrapping anywhere 4 to 6ft into the points and bays but rising steeply towards 5 to 8ft+ into the afternoon and possibly bigger later. Winds are Southerly, SSE 25 to 35 knots, increasing to 30 to 40 knots in the morning; possibly 35 to 45 knots later.

Morning
Swell: 2.5m
Wind: SSE 20-30 kts
Best at: Protected coves and points
Conditions: Glassy

Afternoon
Swell: 3.1m
Wind: SSE 20-30 kts
Best at: Protected coves and points
Conditions: Glassy

 
Incoming tide
L 4:55 AM (0.0m) 
H 11:28 AM (1.8m) 
L 5:44 PM (0.1m) 
H 11:56 PM (1.4m)
 
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