Wild conditions whip up massive swells at Port Campbell

Melbourne is shivering through one of its miserable winters in more than 10 years! It’s been the wettest since 1996.

The Southern Ocean often provides monstrous waves this time of year but the recent wild and woolly weather is causing massive swells at Port Campbell and is strictly for very experienced surfers – but it is providing spectacular viewing for the more land based visitor at the moment.

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  1. Posted June 26, 2013 at 9:18 am | Permalink

    We were talking about temperature. I lived in SF for a decade so know it’s weather well. This (2010) is a wet year in much of Australia (wettest in a century in many areas) so it is hard to predict September weather, but normally it is fine. Cool but nice for touring. Fog/cloud is a coastal effect and generally benign in Victoria.

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