Thick brown cyclone slabs at two of Australia's iconic waves.
TC Uesi, didn’t stick around too long. Jumping out from behind New Caledonia it sprinted south, delivering one classic day of waves that began in Queensland and moved south with the tropical storm into NSW.
Many places pumped. Noosa, Byron, the Gold Coast and Sydney, but it was Kirra and Cape Solander that attracted the most attention. And with good reason. At Kirra, below sea level brown tunnels rifled down the iconic stretch of sand, gifting a lucky few a memory that’ll last a lifetime. And at Cape Fear, stormwater slabs erupted over the rock shelf.
Here’s a couple of highlight clips to keep you entertained on a Monday.