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Weekend Beach Conditions

The swell will be large across both the Gold and Sunshine Coast beaches this weekend, due to a tropical low off the NSW coast.

This swell will produce big waves and in some instances, unstable conditions, rips and a sweep to the north.

Surf Life Saving Queensland recommends only experienced surfers take to the water this weekend and encourage all swimmers to swim between the red and yellow flags during patrol hours.

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Saturday, 18 July 2020

Winds: 16 – 22 knots from the south east throughout the day.

Swell: 2.1 metres

Tides: High @ 1.15m @ 12:40 Low @ 0.36 18:36

Sunday, 19 July 2020

Winds: 20 – 24 knots south south-easterly throughout the day

Swell: 2.3 metres

Tides: High 1.15m @ 12:40 Low 0.36m @ 18:36

Top beach pick on the Gold Coast this weekend?

Burleigh South will have the best conditions for swimming.

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Saturday, 18 July 2020

Winds: 24-28 knots throughout the day

Swell: 2.8 metres

Tides: High 1.57m @ 11:29 Low 0.39m @ 17:39

Sunday, 19 July 2020

Winds: 24- 28 knots from the south east throughout the day

Swell: 3.1 metres

Tides: High 1.37m @ 12:19 Low 0.50 @ 18:28

Top beach pick on the Sunshine Coast this weekend?

Noosa and Mooloolaba will have calmer swimming conditions.

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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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