Surf warning for state’s southeast
A hazardous surf warning has been issued across parts of the southeast, with beaches from the Gold Coast to Fraser Island included.
A hazardous surf warning has been issued across parts of the state, ranging from beaches on the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and Fraser Island.
A significant easterly swell of 2.5 to 3 metres is expected for today and tomorrow as a low pressure system forms near New Caledonia.
"The system is creating a pressure squeeze between New Caledonia and New Zealand," said meteorologist Jess Gardner.
The Bureau of Meteorology predicts winds will be down to a minimum along the coastline, however will be significant on the water.
Beachgoers are urged to listen to advice from lifeguards and take note of beach closures throughout the day.