Weather Forecast
25.50°C
Current Temperature
19.00km/h
Wind speed
22.82°C
Water Temperature
1.34m
Swell
0.76m
Tide
12/11
UV
Swanbourne Beach (WA 840A) begins at the rocks that separate it from North Cottesloe and runs due north to midway into ‘No Mans Land’ (WA 840B) the undeveloped dune area north of the clubhouse in front of Campbell Barracks. The Swanbourne-Nedlands Surf Life Saving Club is located 500 m north of the rocks. The development of the beach followed the construction of a limestone road to the beach in 1930 with the Surf Club formed in 1932. Today the beach has a large surf club, car park and patrol tower. The beach usually has low waves, averaging 0.5 to 1 m and a wide beach fronted by a steep swash zone and attached bar. During summer the bar is usually continuous with few rip holes, however during winter and following higher wave rip channels will cut across the bar every 100-200 m. The North Swanbourne ‘No Man Lands’ area of beach is backed by a 10-20 m high foredune containing several blowouts, then the Campbell Barracks. City of Perth SLSC patrols a 2.5 km section of the beach from the northern end of ‘No Mans Land’ up to the two groynes that lie either side of the club house and which demark the main 500 m long City Beach
Beach Length: 5km
General Hazard Rating: 3/11

Patrolled Beach Flag Patrols

Sun
12 Feb
Mon
06 Feb
Tue
07 Feb
Wed
08 Feb
Thu
09 Feb
Fri
10 Feb
Sat
11 Feb
Swanbourne Nedlands SLSC Inc
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08:15 -14:15
08:15 -14:15

Information

Formal parking area
Formal parking area
Park
Mobile Phone Coverage
BBQ
Picnic
Shade
Toilets Block M/F
Shelters
Toilets Block Disabled
Cafe
Showers
Bike path
Kiosk
Artificial shade
Bus
Train
Groyne

Regulations

Bicycles Allowed
No Littering
No Vehicles
No Cats or Dogs
Picking Plants Prohibited
Camping Prohibited
No Dogs Allowed
PWC's Prohibited
No Firearms
Fires Prohibited
No Golf
No Spear Fishing
Vessels Prohibited
No Alcohol
No Horses
No Trailbikes

Hazards

Heavy shorebreak
Flash rips
Rocks

Weather

SLSA provides this information as a guide only. Surf conditions are variable and therefore this information should not be relied upon as a substitute for observation of local conditions and an understanding of your abilities in the surf. SLSA reminds you to always swim between the red and yellow flags and never swim at unpatrolled beaches. SLSA takes all care and responsibility for any translation but it cannot guarantee that all translations will be accurate.