Trigg Point

The Department of Transport hosts a Coast Cam located in the Trigg Surf Life Saving Tower. It has a westerly field of view and a new image is captured every minute.
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The image above is captured from a web cam located in the Trigg Surf Life Saving Tower. It has a westerly field of view and a new image is captured every minute.
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  • Tide data image

    Recorded Tide: 0.0

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    Residual: 00cm

    Predicted: 0.0m

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    Predicted Tides (Metres)
    Updated 1st Jan 2000 00:00
    Due to technical issues, data is currently not available for this tide station. The service will be restored as soon as possible.

     

    This data is provided subject to the Department of Transport's copyright and conditions of use policy. Any use for whatever reason, including placing these images on another website, requires written permission from the Department.

  • The bearing of the arrow indicates the direction of the sea and swell. The point of the arrow indicates the period of the sea and swell.

    Cottesloe directional graph


  • The significant wave height is the average height of the highest one third of waves recorded. It is often the wave height reported by an experienced observer.

    Cottesloe significant wave height graph

  • The coloured circles indicate the changes in sea and swell direction over time.

    Albany historical wave direction graph

  Trigg facilities

  Tide predictions and resources

Find out about annual tide predictions at various locations along Western Australia's coast.

MAC_P_TidesComb2019.pdf icon 2019: Tide predictions by location (Western Australia) Kb
MAC_P_TidesComb2018.pdf icon 2018: Tide predictions by location (Western Australia) Kb
MAC_P_TidesComb2017.pdf icon 2017: Tide predictions by location (Western Australia) Kb
MAC_P_TidesComb2016.pdf icon 2016: Tide predictions by location (Western Australia) Kb
MAC_P_TidesComb2015.pdf icon 2015: Tide predictions by location (Western Australia) Kb
MAC_P_TidesComb2014.pdf icon 2014: Tide predictions by location (Western Australia) Kb

Bureau of Meteorology resources

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) offers a range of tide related information:

Opens in a new window Bureau of Meteorology (BOM): Interactive tide map
Opens in a new window Bureau of Meteorology (BOM): Sea temperature and currents
Opens in a new window Bureau of Meteorology (BOM): Sea temperature analysis
Opens in a new window Bureau of Meteorology (BOM): The wind across Australia

  About the weather and wave information on this page

All information is provided to the public subject to the Department of Transport's disclaimer, privacy, copyright and conditions of use policy.

Weather

Weather information is gathered from the Bureau of Meteorology website.

Wave information

The wave climate at any location can be, and usually is, a combination of sea and swell and is often referred to as the total wave.

The graphs provide information on sea waves and swell waves. They are updated as near to real-time as possible.

The near real-time wave data is downloaded from recording sites and graphics created for the web using software developed by Tremarfon Pty Ltd.

Opens in a new window Bureau of Meteorology (BOM): Terminology
External Link Marine Safety Tasmania: MetEye - Weather forecasting tool from the BOM (video)

 

Page last updated: Thu Aug 8 2019 11:50:15 AM