Byron Bay Surf Report

SE cyclone-swell maintains peak size this morning before gradually subsiding. Initially expect treacherous 10 to 12ft+ storm-swell across the most exposed coasts, but the points will be on-song once more as it wraps at anywhere from 3 to 8ft+, with size depending on exposure. It should back off marginally in the afternoon but it's serious stuff all day. Winds are SSE to SE 25 to 35 knots inshore and up to a stronger 30 to 40 knots across the most exposed coasts.

Morning
Swell: 3.8m
Wind: S 0-10 kts
Best at: Protected coves and points
Conditions: Clean

Afternoon
Swell: 3.5m
Wind: S 0-10 kts
Best at: Protected coves and points
Conditions: Wind affected

 
Incoming tide
L 6:41 AM (0.3m) 
H 12:56 PM (1.4m) 
L 7:10 PM (0.2m) 
H 1:43 AM (1.4m)
 
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