Sydney scored a great weekend of surf. Your local beachie would have had some tasty 3-4 to sip on. Yesterday afternoon she picked up to around 5 foot unexpectedly. Like that. Overnight the current SE swell dropped a couple of gears into the 2 foot range with 3 foot infrequent sets. it’s now perfectly offshore (W/NW) and sunny. High tide 6:51am will pork the bump, whilst a 1pm should bring back some hollowness. With a sunny land max of 23 and balmy 21 degree water the beach ain’t a bad option today…who wants to work anyway.
No XXL swells forecasted for this week – but a healthy new SE swell hitting tomorrow. Weather looks pretty damn fine thoughout the week…
Tuesday 1st April : Offshores all day – SE 3 foot (ok maybe 4 foot sets – bigger than today anyway) – like it. Wednesday 2nd April: Biggest day of the week (and best surf day- especially in arvo). 4-5 foot from the SSE and all day offshores. Thursday – Friday declining back to 2 foot (and below).
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The annual BONDIBarefoot sand race was held yesterday with over 400 runners taking part. The weather turned itself on after a week of rain, Jeremy Horne smashed his own record in the 10km in a time of 38.47 and Eliza Stewart broke the womens 10km record in a time of 43.18. Local North Bondi lifesaver Joel Maybury again won the Barefoot Bolt for the third year running. Many thanks to the competitors, sponsors and North Bondi Surf Club for a fun day. For results and pics go to www.bondibarefoot.com.