Surf Check 6.30am Noosa Heads

The Noosa point surf will be hard to read today and will depend on the swell angle, if there’s enough east direction in it then the outer points could get to a solid 2-3ft a couple of hours before and after low tide. High tide best surf will be towards the river mouth in the groyne area, the bank there seems to be holding through mid tide, it will be a small 1ft not too exciting.

Main Beach has a brisk wind blowing but this will burn off as the sun gets up, cracker of a day coming up at Noosa and the National park. If you ever wanted to do the walk to Hells Gates headland today will be the day. Have a great start to the weekend bp.

First Point Flotilla of surf skis.

First Point Flotilla of surf skis.

First Point Peelers so much sand.

First Point Peelers so much sand.

Flotilla up and racing !

Flotilla up and racing !

Main Beach cool wind blowing refreshing start to the day.

Main Beach cool wind blowing refreshing start to the day.

National Park 1ft set. Clean condtions.

National Park 1ft set. Clean conditions.

Noosa Heads Main Beach ready for the invasion.

Noosa Heads Main Beach ready for the invasion.

First Point Noosa Heads a contemplative moment.

First Point Noosa Heads a contemplative moment.

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