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Trigg Point cam

Access the live and archived images from the coast cam at Trigg Point.

  Trigg Point cam archive

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  Trigg Point cam and last reported conditions

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Live camera Trigg Point Western Australia

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.

You may have to refresh your browser to see the updated image.

This cam is brought to you by Trigg Surf Life Saving and the Department of Transport.

Last reported conditions: 07 March, 2021 @04:20pm

  • Current temp (°C): 24.8
  • Wind direction: SSW
  • Wind speed (knots): 13

Last reported conditions; temperature, wind direction and wind speed readings are taken from the Swanbourne BOM Weather Station.

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  Cottesloe significant wave height 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

  Coast cam locations and purpose

The Department of Transport operates a number of coastal cameras located at:

These cameras provide near real time visual images of the coastline.

They also include an archive of beach and ocean conditions.

  Coast cam disclaimer and conditions of use


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


Page last updated: Mon Nov 23 2020 3:09:05 PM