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The forecast for the weekend is looking good with light winds throughout the day. There is a small easterly swell, with the water temperature sitting around 23 degrees. An outgoing tide in the morning will see some unstable conditions and flash rips form on the northern end of the Gold Coast.

Saturday, 20 June 2020

Winds: 5 – 15 knots south easterly turning east south-easterly in the afternoon.

Swell: 1.6m at 8.3 seconds from the east.

Tides: High 1.18m @ 07:24 Low 0.22m @ 13.10

Sunday, 21 June 2020

Winds: 10 – 15 knots north north westerly throughout the day

Swell: 1.5m at 9.1 seconds from the south east

Tides: High 1.17m @ 8:05 Low 0.21m at 13:46

Top beach pick on the Gold Coast this weekend?

Beaches from Burleigh to the south.

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Light winds throughout the day and a decreasing easterly swell leading into Sunday. The water temperature will remain around 23 degrees across the weekend. The outgoing tide in the mornings may see some unstable conditions.

Saturday, 20 June 2020

Winds: 5 – 15 knots south easterly turning east south-easterly in the afternoon

Swell: 2.1m at 8.8 seconds from the east

Tide: High 1.37m @ 07:07 Low 0.28m @ 13:10

Sunday, 21 June 2020

Winds: 6 -15 knots from the north east turning north in the afternoon.

Swell: 1.5m at 8.6 seconds from the east south east

Tide: High 1.37m @ 07:47 Low 0.26 @ 15.47

Top beach pick on the Sunshine Coast this weekend?

Protected corners, including Noosa and Mooloolaba

Nippers up North

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