While we have been collecting surfing websites we were amazed at the global reach for surfing forecasts. It is hard to find a place that doesn’t have a surf forecast.
Check out your beach’s forecast (or forecasts, there is usually more than one) by:
- going to the Search Surfing Sites.
- typing in the name of your beach
- on the results page clicking “forecasts”
BTW, we don’t store any of the information entered in the search page, so don’t worry about giving away your secret spot..
We have collected some differing views of surf forecasts.
Bookmark or share the link to this page:
Note that these graphics show the current forecast.
Wind and swell aimed at Sydney
Also there is a chart that plots wind and swell aimed toward Sydney..
OR to make it easy to share with others:
When you get to that page press the Loop button on the top right hand corner to see the chart animate up to 120 hours ahead.
Dial-up the best NZ surf
Also check out the NZ forecast site that lets you dial-up the best surf:
Finally WaveWatch is also worth checking out.
Go to wavewatch.com for your local surf forecasts
Live surf report for the middle of Manly Beach (Sydney – Australia).
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Go to yosurfer.com for surf reports & forecasts
MHL info straight from the wave-rider buoys:
Pick which wave-rider buoy on the NSW coast:
This is handy – pick a graphic of anywhere in the world:
On this page you can select which part of the world you want to see, actual and forecast data.
Start your search for smaller waves at the south end of any beach (except Bondi). Look for somewhere out of the wind. Remember that overcast and cold weather generally keeps the crowds away.
Heavy rain can be a health problem.
For places you may not have thought about see the Sydney Beach Map: maps.google.com/maps
See the great graphical representation of the surfing forecast at seabreeze.com.au
Video of Neilsen Park inside the harbour
breaking in April 2009.
This graphic gives you an idea of what the surf is doing at the moment and in the next few days.
Visit the Surfline site for details and for more.