Coastwatch

Coastwatch
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Address QLD, AU
Websitehttps://coastwatch.com.au/
Emailinfo@coastwatch.com.au
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About Coastwatch

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Coastwatch was founded in 1989 by Ken "Brownie" Brown as a Queensland coastal info service on Channel 7 Brisbane, the Courier and Sunday Mail, Radio 4KQ and the Coastwatch web site.
Brownie grew up on or in the ocean, surfing, boating and fishing. He is a qualified marine master and engineer and for many years ran marlin fishing charters out of Brisbane, while at the same time working for the media.


His practical experience is what made Brownie and Coastwatch a "trusted" coastal info source. Brownie has recently retired and handed the Coastwatch reigns to long time friend David Granville.


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Latest News

By Seamus on 5/12/2024 3:55:16 PM • Views (16)
Weather Forecast: Sunny with a top temperature of 24-25° Wind Forecast: 10kts NW/SW early freshening a bit during the morning then easing again in this afternoon Swell: 1m E/SE. Smaller in the inner bays at Noosa Tides: Mooloolaba: Low @ 6.45am & 5....

By Seamus on 5/11/2024 4:04:28 PM • Views (12)
Weather Forecast: A trough is moving toward the coast from the west and there’s showers and possibly storms ahead of and with it. The latest info indicates it’s likely to cross the coast early tomorrow morning so expect a cloudy day with a high chan...

By Seamus on 5/10/2024 3:55:13 PM • Views (14)
Weather Forecast: A trough is moving toward the coast from the west and there’s showers and rain ahead of and with it and it’s likely to cross the coast tonight or early tomorrow morning. So expect a partly cloudy morning with cloud and showers and...

By Seamus on 5/9/2024 3:49:47 PM • Views (12)
Weather Forecast: The BOM is forecasting a partly cloudy day with a 50-60% chance of showers and a top temperature of 24° Wind Forecast: 10kts S/SW early becoming 10-15kts S/SE this morning tending more SE during the day and reaching 15kts plus at t...

By Seamus on 5/9/2024 3:08:47 AM • Views (11)
Charts: The charts are indicating that on Saturday there’ll be a large high pressure system centred near Tasmania extending a ridge along the Qld Coast which will generate SE winds. On Sunday indications are that the centre of the high should move e...

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