x

North West Australia Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

Change Region | View our Interactive Surfmap
Conditions Summary
 Blow Holes
Star Star Star Grey Star Grey Star
13.5ft 15secs 243° 19mph S - Cross shore - 181°
 Dunes/Surfer's Beach
Grey Star Grey Star Grey Star
7.5ft 16secs 241° 24mph S - Onshore - 180°
 Red Bluff
Star Star Star Grey Star Grey Star
13.5ft 15secs 243° 19mph S - Cross shore - 181°
Add a New Surf SpotRegional Overview
Harsh desert awaits intrepid surfers in the region with Roaring 40s swells from the south-west consistently hammering the coastline. The iconic Red Bluff is the region's most famous spot but potentially hundreds of other spots exist along the 1000 of miles of exposed coastline – many unridden. Winds blow predominately from the south and swell wrapping around rock bluffs and reefs offer the most potential for a clean wave. First surfed in the 1930s hazards such as snakes and sharks are a very real threat across the entire region. wave. Adventure awaits the well prepared surfer.
Find your Spot or other Local Information:
Red Bluff Photo Red Bluff Photo Red Bluff Photo Red Bluff Photo
Red Bluff Photo Red Bluff Photo Red Bluff Photo Red Bluff Photo
Red Bluff Photo Red Bluff Photo Red Bluff Photo Red Bluff Photo
Red Bluff Photo Red Bluff Photo Red Bluff Photo Red Bluff Photo
Local News
News Image Killer Waves in Ayampe, Ecuador along with an amazing Surf, Spanish and Yoga School Otra Ola
Surf, Spanish, Yoga, Organic Cafe and Bar, Great Hotels what more could you ask for?
News Image Another Shark Attack In Galapagos.
ANOTHER surfer attacked by a shark at Villamil, Isabela Island, Galapagos.
Play Button
Play Button
Play Button
Play Button
Play Button
Play Button
Play Button
Play Button
Play Button
Latest Charts
play
Swell Height Chart
play
Swell Period Chart
play
Wind Chart
play
Pressure Chart
play
Sea Temperature Chart