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The Spit and Surf forecast

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28° Cloudy 30° Water Temp

The Spit Surf Report

1.8 meters
wave-deirection
2 m @ 13s S
wind-deirection
4 mph SE
sunrise
18:27
sunset
06:27
weather

The Spit Forecast

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07h 09h 11h 13h 15h 17h 19h 21h 23h 01h 03h 05h 07h 09h 11h 13h 15h 17h 19h 21h 23h 01h 03h 05h 07h 09h 11h 13h 15h 17h 19h 21h 23h 01h 03h 05h 07h 09h 11h 13h 15h 17h 19h 21h 23h 01h 03h 05h 07h 09h 11h 13h 15h 17h 19h 21h 23h 01h 03h 05h 07h 09h 11h 13h 15h 17h 19h 21h 23h 01h 03h 05h 07h 09h 11h 13h 15h 17h 19h 21h 23h 01h 03h 05h 07h 09h 11h 13h 15h 17h 19h 21h 23h 01h 03h 05h 07h 09h 11h 13h 15h 17h 19h 21h 23h 01h 03h 05h 07h UPDATED: PERIOD WAVE DIRECTION WIND DIRECTION CLOUD COVER RAIN

Today's The Spit Surf Report

The Spit Daily Surf & Swell Forecast

Friday 12 August Surf Forecast

Saturday 13 August Surf Forecast

Sunday 14 August Surf Forecast

Monday 15 August Surf Forecast

Tuesday 16 August Surf Forecast

Wednesday 17 August Surf Forecast

Thursday 18 August Surf Forecast

Surf Spots nearby

Broadbeach
Burleigh Heads
Currumbin Point (Alley)
Duranbah (D-Bah)
Greenmount (Gold Coast)
Kirra
Miami
Snapper Rocks (The Superbank)
Surfers Paradise (Gold Coast)
North Stradbroke Island
Narrowneck

Accommodation nearby

More on The Spit

Found on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, The Spit is a decent beach break that owes its sandbars to a sand pumping jetty next to the break. The waves here can be a bit tricky at times, but are fun and provide great sections for turns and manoeuvres.

What are the best surf conditions for The Spit?

This beachie gets good between waist-high to triple overhead. We recommend riding a shortboard here, although the waves can be slopey when smaller and a longboard will work. The Spit will accommodate all skill levels depending on size. The surf here is pretty consistent (6/10) and houses a strong local crew (6/10). The best winds are from the West, the best swells come from the East, Northeast, Southeast, and South. The break works on all tides.

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