We’ve got a nice, clean morning down the beach. The onshore wind system has finally moved on, and a gentle NW breeze has been grooming the ocean for your morning swim.
There’s kinda of a wave in the middle, in front of the tower, but it’s a super fat right that draws you into a shallow shorey that will probably snap your 10 foot log. You can’t really surf it on a short board as you need 50 litres of foam.
I can remember in previous years commenting on Aquabumps how we live at the most consistently average, consistently surfable wave in the world. I take that all back now. I have never seen a year like this… a local commented to me this morning “it’s like we’re trying to surf Coogee every day”.
We need banks, swell and a vaccine. That’s all.