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Weekend Beach Conditions

We are expecting an increase in visitors to our beaches over the weekend due to the Queensland border reopening.

Conditions will be ordinary with showers forecast and an easterly swell expected across the weekend.

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Saturday, 11 July 2020

Winds: Light winds from the WNW at 3kph in the morning becoming NNE in the afternoon and increasing to 17 kph.

Swell: 1.3m at 8.1 seconds from the ESE

Tides: Low 0.35m @ 06:43 High 1.08m @ 12:43

Sunday, 12 July 2020

Winds: Light winds from the west at 4 kph in the morning turning north east in the afternoon and increasing to around 16 kph.

Swell: 1.2m at 7.9 seconds from the east

Tides: Low 0.36m @ 07:26 High 1.10m @ 13:42

Top beach pick on the Gold Coast this weekend?

Beaches from Burleigh to the south will have the best conditions for swimming.

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Saturday, 11 July 2020

Winds: Light winds from the south at 2 kph in the morning turning northeast in the afternoon, increasing slightly to 5 kph.

Swell: 1.6m at 7.9 seconds from the east

Tide: Low 0.55m @ 06:36 High 1.25m @ 12:23

Sunday, 12 July 2020

Winds: Light winds from the WNW in the morning at 2 kph turning ENE in the afternoon and increasing slightly to 6 kph.

Swell: 1.3m at 7.9 seconds from the east

Tide: Low 0.55m @ 07:23 High 1.26m @ 13:27

Top beach pick on the Sunshine Coast this weekend?

Noosa and Mooloolaba

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• Always swim between the flags and stay within your depth

• Parent’s keep your children in arm’s reach

• Maintain social distancing, stay home if unwell and do not gather in groups of more than 100 people

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