South Coast NSW Surf Report

South Coast NSW Surf Report - Beginners & Kids

Kiama, Ulladulla, Batemans Bay & Merimbula

Sunday 15/3/15

Best Beginners & Kids Surf Spots*      

 

Kiama to Bendalong:  Sheltered Southern ends of beaches like Jones, Bombo, Culburra & Bendalong Beaches.

Ulladulla to Batemans Bay:  Sheltered Southern ends of beaches like Narrawallee, South Mollymook, Bawley Point Beaches, Cookies Beach South Durras (all best on mid to high tide) along with Rosedale Beach & the Southern ends of Broulee & Moruya Beaches.

Broulee to Eden:  Sheltered Southern ends of beaches like Broulee & Moruya Beaches, Tathra & Pambula Beach.

Expect bigger & messy waves at open East & South facing beaches.

 

Remember, catching green (unbroken) waves is often easier on mid to high tides (less nosedives) or if the waves are too big or challenging, surf whitewater waves close to shore, which is normally best on mid to low tides in waist deep water.

Click the tide tab on the charts above for more info on tide times & heights today.

 

* Some of these surf spots are not patrolled by lifeguards. Remember to always surf safely & practise good surfing etiquette.

 

Best beaches to practise catching green (unbroken) waves & turns*

 

Monday 16/3/15

Very Southern ends for in the morning for shelter from South winds & an east swell with sheltered Northern ends of beaches also an option for shelter from the swell like:

Kiama to Bendalong:  Sheltered Southern ends of beaches like Culburra, Currarong & Washerwomans Beach (mid to high tide best), best early for smaller & smoother waves.  Also try sheltered Northern ends of beaches for shelter from an East swell like Seven Mile Beach Gerroa & Cave Beach.

Ulladulla to Batemans Bay:  Sheltered Southern ends of beaches like South Mollymook, Bawley Point Beaches, Surf Beach Batemans Bay (mid to high tide) & Broulee Beaches, best early for smaller & smoother waves.  Also try sheltered Northern ends of beaches for shelter from an East swell later like North Mollymook, Durras North Beach & Broulee Beaches.

Broulee to Eden:  Sheltered Southern ends of beaches like Broulee & Moruya Beaches, Tathra & Pambula Beach, best early for smaller & smoother waves.  Also try sheltered Northern ends of beaches for shelter from the East swell later like Broulee Beaches, Merimbula Main & Aslings Beach.

Surf early for smaller waves & with potentially some big waves forecast on open beaches, give surfing a miss if the waves are too big.

 

Remember, catching green (unbroken) waves is often easier on mid to high tides (less nosedives) or if the waves are too big or challenging, surf whitewater waves close to shore, which is normally best on mid to low tides in waist deep water.

Click the tide tab on the charts above for more info on tide times & heights this week.

 

 * Lifeguards do not patrol some of these beaches. Remember to always surf safely & practise good surfing etiquette.