Surf Check 6.30am Noosa Heads and Points

The swell is filtering through but needs a change of angle to be any significant rideable waves. Outer points might be 1-2ft on the low tide around lunchtime, will be super clean. National Park buried under water at this stage. First point almost flat with just tiny walls, beach looks fabulous this morning. Lots of walkers , dog walkers and runners out enjoying the fresh conditions. Groyne area also very small and a get wet only at this stage. Will change throughout the day. Weekend starting to shape up timing during the day will be the key to a little fresh air in the water. Watch the tides. Cheers bp.

Main Beach Noosa Heads a new day dawns, ready for action.

Main Beach Noosa Heads a new day dawns, ready for action.

First Point tiny walls super clean.

First Point tiny walls super clean.

National Park lots of water lots of lines.

National Park lots of water lots of lines.

National Park wave watch on low tide today.

National Park wave watch on low tide today.

Rivermouth small ones on low tide and building timing the key here.

Rivermouth small ones on low tide and building timing the key here.

RM fickle and could be wind affected later.

RM fickle and could be wind affected later.

Main Beach Between the groynes an early morning moment.

Main Beach Between the groynes an early morning moment.

Main Beach Plenty of sandy havens out of the wind.

Main Beach Plenty of sandy havens out of the wind.

Main Beach between the groynes low tide you will be able to walk out to this bank.

Main Beach between the groynes low tide you will be able to walk out to this bank.

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