Beach erosion and extremely hazardous boating conditions are expected across most of the South Australian coast this weekend, with a massive swell prompting the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) to warn people to stay away from affected cliffs and beaches.
- A swell of about 8 metres is expected to peak at Cape du Coedic on Sunday morning
- The Bureau of Meteorology has warned against boating on late Saturday and throughout Sunday
- Some coastal erosion is expected from breaking waves across the state’s ocean coasts
A heavy swell of up to 10 metres in some parts of the state is expected to arrive Saturday evening and peak Sunday morning, although the Adelaide coastline and Mid-South Coast will be protected by Kangaroo Island.