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BREAKING AUSTRALIA BOM REPORT; A massive swell of up to 10 metres is forecast to hit W.A south coast on Wednesday with sea rescue authorities issuing a safety warning.

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#AceBreakingNews – WA south coast swell warning from BoM with dangerous surf conditions

Rough seas smash against the rock walls of the albany coastline as the sun rises through clouds in the background
A treacherous coastline in Albany’s south has claimed the lives of many fishermen and tourists. (Supplied: Josh Sala Tenna)none

The Bureau of Meteorology expects swells along the Albany Coast to peak between seven and 10 metres after a series of cold fronts swept across the south of the state.

Dangerous surf and coastal conditions are forecast with localised flooding possible. 

Albany Sea Rescue’s Cole Bairstow urged people to stay home.

He also asked people to use their common sense if visiting The Gap in Albany.

“People are inherently going to go around to The Gap to look at the spectacular waterway displays that it puts on there,” Mr Bairstow said.

“Stick to the platform, stick to the paths, use your common sense, if it looks nasty — don’t go near it.”

A photo of the Gap in Albany
The Gap is a channel carved by the waves of the Great Southern Ocean crashing against the granite coastline.(Supplied)none

Swells are likely to increase to between seven and 10 metres along the Albany Coast on Wednesday morning.

“Usually what happens at Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin gradually gets to us, and we do get affected by that,” Mr Bairstow said.

“Cape Naturaliste are currently getting seven-metre swells, so I guess that’s on the way to us.”

Rescuers ready to respond

Albany State Emergency Service’s Nathan Anderson said Monday had not been a busy night for his team, despite wild weather.

“Without trying to jinx us we had a quiet night, we didn’t actually get any calls, so that’s a bonus on our end,” Mr Anderson said.

“We find we’re getting less and less calls during storms because the community seems to be a bit more on top of keeping their properties organised.”

He encouraged people to call if they needed help.

“It doesn’t matter if it’s 1am, we prefer to come out,” he said.


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