Byron Bay Surf Report

Stronger ESE groundswell linked to Tropical Cyclone Pola holds potential for larger 4 to 6ft+ sets along exposed breaks, with scope for stronger 3 to 5ft sets inside Byron. Lighter Southerly quarter winds see the best of it, and the points will be the focus as they turn SE to ESE at about 15 knots.

Morning
Swell: 2m
Wind: S 0-10 kts
Best at: Protected coves and points
Conditions: Semi-clean

Afternoon
Swell: 1.9m
Wind: S 0-10 kts
Best at: Protected coves and points
Conditions: Wind affected

 
Outgoing tide
H 8:22 AM (1.6m) 
L 2:43 PM (0.3m) 
H 8:34 PM (1.2m) 
L 2:17 AM (0.3m)
 
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