uk es it fr pt nl
Quarantine ratings
Quality on a good day: 5.0
Consistency of Surf: 2.7
Difficulty Level: 4.0
Wind and Kite Surfing: 1.0
Crowds: 2.3

Overall: 2.9

See all 18 ratings

Based on 3 votes. Vote


Surf Report Feed

Quarantine Surf Forecast and Surf Reports

(Mornington Peninsula, Australia)

Quarantine Spot ID

Surf default break image

Type: point

Reliability: fairly consistent

Best: Swell SW | Wind E

Sea Temperature Today is: 12.8 °C

Secret spot? We can hide it!

Wednesday, 18 July 2018, 03:46 Local time
Wednesday 18
1AM4AM7AM10AM
Wave (m) 1.5
WSW
1.5
WSW
1.4
WSW
1.3
WSW
Period (s) 13 14 14 14
Wind (km/h) 30
WNW 25
NW 30
NW 35
NNW
Wind State on cross-
on
cross-
on
cross-
on

View detailed 48hrs and full 7 days forecasts

Quarantine in Mornington Peninsula is an exposed point break that has reasonably consistent surf and can work at any time of the year. The best wind direction is from the east. Clean groundswells prevail and the ideal swell direction is from the southwest.Surfers ride left hand point. Sometimes crowded. Be wary of rips - they make surfing here dangerous.

Victoria wave energy surf 12 hr forecast

Forecast Wave Energy (Power): 12hrs

Tide Times:

For Port Phillip Heads, Australia, 3 km from Quarantine.

IS AT (local time)

Quarantine Tide Times and Tide Chart

Live Weather:

At Queenscliff wx, 4 km from Quarantine.

-

icon
Clear
Air temperature
6.9 °C

Current weather near Quarantine

Overall Quarantine Surf Consistency and Wind Distribution in July

This chart shows the variation of swells directed at Quarantine over a normal July and ... (show all text)

This image illustrates how frequently and how strongly the wind blows from different di... (show all text)

The two graphs above are also combined in the single Quarantine surf consistency graph.

Also see Quarantine surf quality by season and Quarantine surf quality by month.

Compare Quarantine with another surf break.

Quarantine Location Maps

Quarantine Location Map

Contours: Roads & Rivers: Select a surf spot from the menu
Surf spots located close to QuarantineShoreline around QuarantineRoads and rivers around Quarantine

Use this relief map to navigate to VIC - Mornington Peninsula surf spots and tide stations that are in the area of Quarantine

Other Nearby Surf Breaks closest to Quarantine:

 (click location name for more details)

Wave buoys nearest to Quarantine:

Tide stations nearest to Quarantine:

snow forecast website

Ski Resorts closest to Quarantine:

city weather forecast website

Town and city forecasts close to Quarantine:

Airports

  • The closest passenger airport to Quarantine is Avalon Airport (AVV) in Australia, 34 km (21 miles) away (directly).
  • The second nearest airport to Quarantine is Melbourne Moorabbin Airport (MBW), also in Australia, 54 km (34 miles) away.
  • Third is Melbourne Essendon Airport (MEB) in Australia, 68 km (42 miles) away.
  • Melbourne International Airport (MEL) in Australia is 72 km (45 miles) away.
  • Albury Airport (ABX), also in Australia is the fifth nearest airport to Quarantine and is 322 km (200 miles) away.
Quarantine break location map and break info

This is the Surf-Forecast page for Quarantine, VIC - Mornington Peninsula. Use the tab navigation above to view Quarantine sea temperature, Quarantine photographs, Quarantine detailed swell predictions, wind and weather forecasts, Quarantine webcams, current wind from VIC - Mornington Peninsula live weather stations and Quarantine tide predictions. The Australia swell maps link will open up the big picture showing Australia and the surrounding seas. These swell maps can be animated to show the different swell components, wave energy, wave period, wave heights, together with wind and weather forecasts, current weather and sea state observations from Australia wave-buoys, passing ships and coastal weather stations. Each of the forecast pages for this surf break feature a global and regional wavefinder tool to locate the best surf conditions in the area around Quarantine.


FEATURE UPDATE: we now show red swell icons for 'open sea' swells that are travelling in an unfavourable direction for the surf break. In places, these swells may still wrap around coastlines and produce smaller waves at some breaks. They are also significant for windsurfers and other water users that tend to venture further off-shore.