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New South Wales/ACT Marine Weather Overview

Canberra Lakes Gippsland Lakes Eastern Bass Strait Hunter Waters Sydney Offshore Sydney Offshore Sydney Offshore Sydney Offshore Illawarra Batemans Coast Sydney Inshore Sydney Inshore Sydney Inshore Byron Coast Macquarie Coast Southeast Coast New South Wales/ACT
possible shower
Ballina  9kt 
possible shower
Batemans Bay  - 
possible shower
Coffs Harbour  5kt 
possible shower
Newcastle  10kt 
possible shower
Sydney  12kt 
possible shower
Wollongong  10kt 
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New South Wales/ACT Coastal Warnings

New South Wales/ACT Marine Weather

Sydney Inshore

Seas: Up to 0.5m Swell: n/a
Forecast: S 10/15 kts easing to about 10 kts in the evening.
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Byron Coast

Seas: Up to 2.0m Swell: Up to 2.0m, S
Forecast: S about 10 kts increasing to 15/20 kts morning. Locally up to 25 kts in the S. 1st. 2nd.
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Macquarie Coast

Seas: Up to 1.5m Swell: Up to 2.0m, SSE
Forecast: S 15/20 kts.
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Hunter Waters

Seas: Up to 1.5m Swell: Up to 2.5m, SSE
Forecast: S 15/20 kts.
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Sydney Offshore

Seas: Up to 1.5m Swell: Up to 2.5m, SE
Forecast: S 10/15 kts, reaching up to 20 kts offshore a'noon. Easing to about 10 kts in the late evening.
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Illawarra

Seas: Up to 1.5m Swell: Up to 2.5m, SE
Forecast: S 15/20 kts easing to about 10 kts in the evening.
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Batemans Coast

Seas: Up to 1.5m Swell: Up to 2.5m, SE
Forecast: S 10/15 kts, locally up to 20 kts offshore in the N. Turning SE below 10 kts in the late a'noon.
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Coffs Coast

Seas: Up to 1.5m Swell: Up to 2.0m, S
Forecast: S 15/20 kts.
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Eden Coast

Seas: Up to 1.5m Swell: Up to 2.5m, SE
Forecast: S 10/15 kts tending E/NE below 10 kts in the evening.
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New South Wales/ACT Coastal Weather forecast

Station Forecast Min Max 9am 3pm
Wind RH Wind RH
°C °C km/h % km/h %
Albion Park
Possible shower 16 24 N 6 78 NE 16 77
Holsworthy
Showers increasing 16 24 N 5 80 NE 13 70
Homebush
Possible shower 17 24 Calm 82 ENE 9 71
Montague Is
Possible shower 18 23 - - - -
Nobbys Head
Showers 18 24 NE 7 77 E 19 73
Norah Head
Possible shower 19 24 NE 6 82 ENE 17 75
Smoky Cape
Possible shower 19 26 - - - -
Terrey Hills
Possible shower 16 23 N 2 88 ENE 7 80
Moruya
Possible shower 15 23 N 8 79 NNE 17 75
Narooma
Possible shower 16 23 - - - -
Bega
Possible shower 14 24 - - - -
Merimbula
Possible shower 15 23 N 6 80 NNE 12 72
Yamba
Possible shower 20 26 - - - -
Alstonville
Possible shower 20 27 - - - -
Byron Bay
Possible shower 21 25 S 15 77 SE 13 73
Campbelltown
Showers increasing 15 25 NNE 1 80 NE 4 64
Ulladulla
Possible shower 17 23 - - - -
Kempsey
Possible shower 17 27 - - - -
Batemans Bay
Possible shower 14 24 - - - -
Forster
Possible shower 18 25 - - - -
Ballina
Possible shower 20 27 S 13 79 SE 16 67
Taree
Possible shower 17 25 WNW 4 86 E 14 64
Coffs Harbour
Possible shower 18 25 SSW 9 81 SSE 10 69
Nowra
Possible shower 15 23 N 9 84 NE 16 79
Lane Cove
Possible shower 18 25 - - - -
Port Macquarie
Possible shower 18 26 SW 5 82 ESE 11 65
Mascot
Possible shower 18 24 N 13 73 NE 22 72
Maitland
Possible shower 16 27 ENE 1 87 E 8 62
Canterbury
Possible shower 17 24 N 4 74 NE 12 69
Parramatta
Possible shower 16 25 - - - -
Liverpool
Showers increasing 17 25 - - - -
Bankstown
Possible shower 17 25 N 5 77 NE 15 68
Wollongong
Possible shower 17 23 N 10 73 NE 19 76
Gosford
Possible shower 18 25 Calm 78 ENE 9 70
Newcastle
Possible shower 18 24 NE 6 81 E 18 64
Prospect
Possible shower 17 25 - - - -
Sydney
Possible shower 18 25 N 13 67 NE 22 63
Sydney
Possible shower 18 25 N 13 67 NE 22 63
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17:59 EDT

A tropical low off north Queensland has a high chance of developing into a cyclone and making landfall by early next week, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) says.