Surf Check 9.00am Noosa Heads

Chilled out day down at Noosa clear ocean and a few small lines. The swell is a surprise with around 1ft plus at National Park and First Point. Keep an eye out for swell size and direction during the day, Ti-Tree and Granite may become a chance on low tide late today. The beach is looking good right down to the river mouth and the water is a must swim. Grab a board and head down between the groynes for a certain 1ft grovel, its tiny but offshore clean. have a great day, bp.

Noosa Nippers in action sign on day in full swing.

Noosa Nippers in action sign on day in full swing.

First Point surprise.

First Point surprise.

Happy chappy.

Happy chappy.

All Aboard !

All Aboard !

Main Beach sand to burn.

Main Beach sand to burn.

First Point don't you love this view.

First Point don’t you love this view.

National Park through the Pandanus.

National Park through the Pandanus.

National Park sweet greens.

National Park sweet greens.

National Park Flat Rock lifting a few small ones.

National Park Flat Rock lifting a few small ones.

Dead Tree, Living Ocean.

Dead Tree, Living Ocean.

National park a few runners , so mucho sand.

National park a few runners , so mucho sand.

Almost a tube at 1ft.

Almost a tube at 1ft.

1) Grommet gets a helping hand from dad.

1) Grommet gets a helping hand from Dad.

2) Heading in the right direction.

2) Heading in the right direction.

3) Dad gets ready Grommie starts to froth.

3) Dad gets ready Grommie starts to froth.

4) Grommie is on after Dad's sweet push.

4) Grommie is on after Dad’s sweet push.

5) Grommie almost there.

5) Grommie almost there.

6) Grommie up, away and squealing !

6) Grommie up, away and squealing !

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