Current Queensland 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.  

Gold Coast (Southport Beach)

Tide levels for The Gold Coast

Scarborough (Moreton Bay)

Tide levels for Scarborough


Tide levels for Shorncliffe Pier

Golden Beach (Pumicestone Passage)

Tide levels for Golden Beach


Tide levels for Mooloolaba


Tide levels for Urangan

Bundaberg (Burnett Heads)

Tide levels for Bundaberg (Burnett Heads)

Gladstone South Trees Island

Tide levels at Gladstone (South Trees Island)

Rosslyn Bay

Tide levels at Rosslyn Bay

Hay Point (Dalrymple Bay)

Tide levels at Hay Point


Tide levels at mackay

Laguna Quay

Tide levels at Laguna Quays

Shute Harbour

Tide levels at Shute Harbour

Hamilton Island

Tide levels for Hamilton Island

Abell Point Marina

Tide levels for Abell Point Marina


Tide levels at bowen


Tide levels at Townsville


Tide levels at Lucinda


Tide levels at Cardwell

Clump Point

Tide levels at Clump Point


Tide levels at Mourilyan Harbour


Tide levels at Cairns

Palm Cove

Tide levels at Palm Cove

Port Douglas

Tide levels at Poert Douglas


Tide levels at Cooktown

Thursday Island

Tide levels at Thursday Island


Tide levels at Weipa


Tide levels at Karumba


Tide levels at Burketown

Mornington Island

Tide levels at Mornington Island

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