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Strickland Bay Surf Forecast

5-8ft
8 Sec. Period
1/10
big but ugly

Strickland Bay Surf Report for Saturday 29th July

5-8ft and howling onshore. The tide is around the high mark (low-tide at 4:54 am) with a short 8.0s west by noth-westerly primary swell. Surf conditions at Strickland Bay are big but ugly.


Strickland Bay - 7 day surf forecast

Surfing Strickland Bay:

Strickland Bay is a highly consistent left-hand reef break (rock ledge bottom) that works at all points of the tide. This spot in Rottnest Island (Western Australia) gets its best conditions with a north-easterly breeze and a southerly to south-westerly swell. Strickland Bay only starts working with a swell of around 2ft and can hold shape with swell of up to around 12ft.

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