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Victoria Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

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Conditions Summary
 Flinders Beach
Star Star
3.5ft 12secs 230° 6mph E - Cross/offshore - 99°
 Gunnamatta
Star Star
3.5ft 12secs 230° 6mph E - Offshore - 99°
 Phillip Island
Star Star
3ft 12secs 226° 6mph E - Cross shore - 87°
 Point Leo
Grey Star
3.5ft 12secs 230° 6mph E - Onshore - 99°
 St Andrews
Star Star
3.5ft 12secs 230° 6mph E - Offshore - 99°
 Anglesea
Star Star
3ft 12secs 227° 3mph ENE - Cross/onshore - 75°
 Apollo Bay
Star Star Star Star Star
9ft 13secs 225° 6mph NNE - Cross/offshore - 28°
Add a New Surf SpotRegional Overview
Say Victoria and surfers think of the Great Ocean Road and Bell's Beach. Much of the surfing is focused on the stretch of coast west of Melbourne, home to Bells and Winkipop and cross-offshore in the prevailing westerly winds yet open to Roaring 40s swell. Breaks to the east of Melbourne pick up more swell but are suffer a dominant onshore wind scenario. Tasmania does theoretically block some south swells from the central region but in the main groundswell heads in from the west or south-west. Water temperatures fluctuate between 13 and 20°C or 55 to 68°F. Surfing was pioneered in the area in 1919 by Lou Whyte after he returned from Hawaii with a board and the rest as they say is history.
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LEONARDO Fioravanti, he's Italian, he surfs very well and he was born in 1997 which makes him very young.
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