This is the Swellnet forcast for the rest of this week

Wednesday 16th March

Building SW groundswell from 2-3ft during the morning to 4-5ft by the late a'noon. Moderate S/SW winds

Thursday 17th March

Peak in SW groundswell around 6-8ft on the open beaches early, smaller later. Light to moderate S'ly winds, increasing during the day

Friday 18th March

Strong S/SW groundswell around 8ft+ on the open beaches. 4-6ft waves at Flinders. Moderate S/SW winds

Saturday 19th March

S/SW groundswell around 8ft+ on the open beaches early, smaller later. Moderate SE winds

Sunday 20th March

Easing S/SW groundswell around 5-6ft+ early, down to 3-5ft during the day. Fresh E'ly winds, tending E/SE during the day.


Thursday, Friday and early Saturday all looking good for Corsair and Cat Bay . . . . I really want to get back to the Nobbies Bombie !

Saturday Looks best early for Cat Bay on a low incoming tide thru the entire morning


Or Slack water at the Heads at about 7:00 - 7:30 am on Saturday morning with an 8 foot swell will mean Corsair will be pumping . . . but also likely busy with surfers.

Sunday looks to be OK for Woolamai , with 5 foot of swell and easterly winds . . . and if the wind gets round to the north east a bit earlier than the current forcast, then we could have another "Smooth Sailing Sunday" at Chevies . . . but no promises yet . . the actual forcast is saying sou east . . . let's keep an eye on how it develops. . . . there is a lot of variability in the systems . . might be the shift in the earths access