How big is the surf at Cronulla today?

How big is the surf at Cronulla today?

Current Surf Report for Sydney (Cronulla) Current Conditions

Low 3:10AM 1.48ft
High 9:32AM 5.58ft
Low 4:11PM 0.66ft
High 10:13PM 4.33ft

How big are the waves at Manly?

Swell averages 1.5 meters and can reach several meters. During bigger swells the Queenscliff Bombie reef break,Fairy Bower, and Deadman’s point breaks can hold swells up to several meters, with the Bower surfed up to 6 meters plus. Manly is recognized as the birthplace of Australian surfing.

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How big are the waves at Maroubra?

Current Surf Report for Sydney (Maroubra) Current Conditions

Low 3:05AM 1.44ft
High 9:27AM 5.51ft
Low 4:07PM 0.66ft
High 10:08PM 4.26ft

Can I surf at Cronulla?

When it comes to surfing, Cronulla Beach – the birthplace of modern surfing – has an excellent range of surfing breaks catering from beginner to expert. Cronulla Beach stretches several kilometres from the centre of town to Voodoo Reef Break.

Does Manly Beach have waves?

You’re definitely spoilt for choice when it comes to Manly Beach. Whether you want to spread a towel out and enjoy the soft white sand, surf its waves or explore its underwater marine life, whilst snorkelling or diving, there’s something here for everyone.

How do you read a surf report?

Key factors of reading surf forecasts are:

  1. Swell size. The size of the wave, or swell height, is a measure in feet or meters.
  2. Swell period. The swell period is measured in seconds.
  3. Swell direction. Swell direction tells you where the swell is coming from in degrees/bearing.
  4. Wind direction.
  5. Wind strength/speed.
  6. Tide.

Can you surf at Maroubra?

Maroubra became the country’s first National Surfing Reserve in 2006, forever cementing its position as one of the most important stretches of coastline to have an impact on surfing in Australia.

What is the surf forecast for Shark Island (Cronulla)?

Shark Island (Cronulla) surf forecast is for near shore open water. Breaking waves will often be smaller at less exposed spots. Wind Update Wind reports 1 miles away suggest it is still onshore at Shark Island (Cronulla) (moderate winds from the ENE at Cronulla).

How does the Shark Island surf forecast work?

Our Shark Island (Cronulla) surf forecast is unique since it includes wave energy (power) that defines the real feel of the surf rather than just the height or the period. If you surf the same spot (Shark Island (Cronulla)) regularly then make a mental note of the wave energy from the surf forecast table each time you go.

How good is the beach at Cronulla?

Cronulla has a spectacular variety of world-class reefs (Voodoo and Shark Island are just two of the better-known waves) plus miles of beachbreaks. Superb. Local crew dominates the good reefs and sand-banks when its on, pretty easy going when its not. Usually above average and gets good quite often.

What is the closest airport to Shark Island (Cronulla)?

The closest passenger airport to Shark Island (Cronulla) is Kingsford Smith International Airport (Sydney) Airport (SYD) in Australia, 13 km (8 miles) away (directly). The second nearest airport to Shark Island (Cronulla) is Sydney Bankstown Airport (BWU), also in Australia, 22 km (14 miles) away.