It's been an incredible run of perfect surf conditions with all day offshore winds and a mixture of big and fun swells.
There have been epic waves from Cape to Cape with summer-like water temperature.
But a winter change was due at some stage and it's on it's way this week with more details in the forecast.
A star-studded field of future surfing stars converged from all corners of the state to compete in the State Junior Surfing Titles in Mandurah last weekend, but it was the Peel locals and also surfers from the South West that dominated, winning six of the seven divisions on offer across the weekend.
Despite the small swell, Pyramids beach provided clean waves in the 1-2 feet range that allowed the grommets to display a full array of moves.
Otis North from Yallingup linked together a series of technical and stylish turns to take out the Under 14 Grom Boys final.
North posted a combined total of 11.04 (from a possible 20), to edge out Mandurah young guns Macklin Flynn and Toby Jenkins as well as Margaret River’s Brock Launders.
“I'm so excited to have won here today,” North said. “I look forward to heading north to Geraldton for the next event and well done to all the boys in the final.”
Fellow Yallingup surfer Emma Cattlin ripped into the Under 18 Junior Girls final and finished runner-up to local rider April Mcperson.
Maverick Wilson (Mandurah) proved he’s a star on the rise, taking out an enthralling and entertaining Under 12 Micro Groms final and capturing the third State Championship Title of the weekend on home soil.
Proving the future of WA surfing is in safe hands, Wilson surfed out of his skin posting a combined total of 14.40 (from a possible 20) to defeat Cruz Sheridan (Margaret River), Okie Fraser (Margaret River) and Ruby Berry (Augusta).
Surfers battled hard for their chance to represent WA at the Australian Junior Surfing Titles scheduled to take place in SA in December.
Forecast: Friday looks big with a 4m plus swell and some WSW winds. Saturday and Sunday look similar with the swell peaking at 4.7m and strong WSW winds. Hotspot: Meelup on Friday.
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