Current Western Australia Tide Levels


The tide levels (the blue line) presented in these images are near real time actual levels recorded up to one hour ago. The green line represents the tide prediction for each site, while the red line is the tidal residual.  

The tide times presented on this page are from the Western Australian Department of Transport. For more information please visit the DoT website

Port Hedland tide levels now

Tide levels for Port Hedland

Onslow tide levels now

Tide levels for Onslow

Exmouth tide levels now

Tide levels for Exmouth

Carnarvon tide levels now

Tide levels for Carnarvon

Geraldton tide levels now

Tide levels for Geraldton

Jurien Bay tide levels now

Tide levels for Jurien Bay

Two Rocks tide levels now

Tide levels for Two Rocks

Perth (Barrack Street) tide levels now

Tide levels for Perth

Fremantle tide levels now

Tide levels for Fremantle

Cape Bouvard tide levels now

Tide levels for Cape Bpuvard

Bunbury tide levels now

Tide levels for Bunbury

Brusselton tide levels now

Tide levels for Brusselton

Albany tide levels now

Tide levels for Albany

Bremer Bay tide levels now

Tide levels for Bremer Bay



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