Sunny start but minimal wave activity

  Hello Friends, A nice looking morning at Dee Why, but there didn’t appear to be anything in the way of surf as of 0750. Wind was coming lightly from the ENE at 5-7 kts, but it should pick up steadily this morning and by this afternoon the Bureau says we can expect 20-25 kts […]

Gloomy morning at Dee Why and really small too

Hello Friends, Late start for you correspondent. But it seems I’ve not missed alerting you to great surf opportunities in a timely manner. The overnight showers and lightning show have disappeared, leaving us with murky grey skies, light winds and not much of anything in the way of waves. There were a few bods flopping […]

Waves for Friday morning

Hello Friends, Light wind for the early and 1.6 m of 11 second SE swell under sunny skies made for fun looking knee to waist plus waves along the beach and at the point. Tide was low at 0745 and is running into a 1.7 m high at 1410. It should stay sunny all day […]

Waves for the morning crew

Hello Friends, Sunny skies and a forecast for light and variable winds combined with a low tide at 0650 helped the 2 metre 9 second swell to look interesting enough to attract a solid crowd to the point. Set wave faces were head and a bit on the bigger ones. The swell had a raw […]

Oh look, there are waves after all

Hello Friends, Always good when that happens. Figured it’d be smaller again this morning… I was wrong. There are in fact some waist to shoulder high sets along the No Mans stretch and the odd waist high line at the point. Wind was light from the NW under sunny skies. Tide was low at 0615 […]

Low key Wednesday

Hello Friends, As the pictures show, there wasn’t much excitement on the surf front this morning at Dee Why. There didn’t seem to be anybody at the point and the south end but there was at least one person bobbing around up the beach toward No Mans. Size looks to be in the knee to […]

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… via Instagram; Wave erosion. Looking south from Wetherill St Collaroy. #beacherosion #pra66chall;

by mr_realsurf

… via Instagram; Erosion at Stuart St. Collaroy Beach #beacherosion #pra66-comp;