New South Wales wave conditions

These images represent the current wave height and wave period up to two hours ago. 


Tweed Heads


Tweed Heads wave height and period

Byron Bay

Byron Bay wave Height

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Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour wave Height


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Crowdy Head

Crowdy Head wave Height

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Sydney


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Port Kembla


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Batemans Bay

Batemans Bay Wave Height

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Eden

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