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What a fantastic day for our English visitors, perfect weather, awesome surf conditions. Bishop Stortford Rugby team, we loved having you, what a great team of boys!



What an awesome time these young girls had today learning to surf...we look forward to seeing them get out there again soon!

Gold Coast Weekend Surf Forecast - 25th & 26th July 2015

Temp: Min 14Max 24

Southport Seaway Approx. Tide Times

Low Tide: 8:10am

High Tide: 3:20pm

A lot warmer air temperature this weekend with 5–10knt NW winds on Saturday, swinging around on Sunday to the SW to West at 5-15knts.

The winds will be the best aspect and will favor with clean offshore conditions, though not much on the swell side.

Only a 2 foot East N/E swell running on the Gold Coast with the low tide throughout the morning with only tinny ones on the point would best suit the open beach breaks, The Spit and an early surf on Sunday at any of the beachies, TOS or D ’Bar.

Tip: “Breathe controlled, in through the nose and out through the mouth to maximise your power when paddling for waves”

Enjoy and stay safe,

Michael “Munga” Barry

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Unfortunately the waves will be small at 1-2 feet for this weekend though great beginner waves all along the coast with some tinny Malibu waves on the point breaks.

The winds for Saturday will be offshore N/NW 5-10knts then tending N 10-15knts later in the day.

Sunday should see perfect conditions with winds from the W at 10-15knts, which unfortunately will blow much of the swell out to sea producing only 0.5 to 1 foot of waves.

Low tide is around 9:10am with a high tide just before 5:00pm.

Best pick is the open beaches early before the wind comes up with slightly bigger waves at D’Bah and TOS.

Great opportunities to get out the back if you are a beginner or intermediate surfer wanting to step into the next level.

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Enjoy, and Safe Surfing,


Michael “Munga” Barry