• April 15, 2024 2:44 AM

The forecast ahead via the Windy model shows a pretty significant increase in swell over the coming days. Expect a southerly wind change during Thursday late afternoon that may clean up the small northerly wind swell along the Nth angled breaks, but mostly onshore all day under NE winds..

The SE winds strengthen coupled by some building short period SE swell while a tropical low forms just off the Nth NSW-Qld border. By Saturday the ECL converges with the weakened ex tropical cyclone Lola, (See Windy Model) and is looking to really ramp up the swell over the weekend, with solid SE/ESE swell filling into the Gold Coast points up until Monday. If you can make a trip down the Gold Coast, model suggestions state it will be firing on all cylinders, the Sunshine Coast will also be rewarded but not of the same offerings further south.

Worth keeping an eye on the conditions across the weekend, with Moffats, Point Cartwright, The Bluff and Noosa’s points all receiving some much needed swell. I’ll update further as the week progresses via the morning surf reports via our Instagram channel @spinksys_surf_report

5 Day Modelled Forecast via Windy