PHOTOS: East Coast Low, big seas pound Far South Coast

ANOTHER big East Coast Low is pounding the Far South Coast of NSW with winds gusting to 45 knots at Montague Island and four to five-metre swell hitting the coast around Narooma and Bermagui.

TOW-IN SURFING: Lin Wilton snapped some great shots of Narooma locals Tony and Bradley Lawson tow-in surfing the Narooma bar on Sunday.

TOW-IN SURFING: Lin Wilton snapped some great shots of Narooma locals Tony and Bradley Lawson tow-in surfing the Narooma bar on Sunday.

TOW-IN SURFING: Lin Wilton snapped some great shots of Narooma locals Tony and Bradley Lawson tow-in surfing the Narooma bar on Sunday.

TOW-IN SURFING: Lin Wilton snapped some great shots of Narooma locals Tony and Bradley Lawson tow-in surfing the Narooma bar on Sunday.

TOW-IN SURFING: Lin Wilton snapped some great shots of Narooma locals Tony and Bradley Lawson tow-in surfing the Narooma bar on Sunday.

TOW-IN SURFING: Lin Wilton snapped some great shots of Narooma locals Tony and Bradley Lawson tow-in surfing the Narooma bar on Sunday.

TOW-IN SURFING: Lin Wilton snapped some great shots of Narooma locals Tony and Bradley Lawson tow-in surfing the Narooma bar on Sunday.

TOW-IN SURFING: Lin Wilton snapped some great shots of Narooma locals Tony and Bradley Lawson tow-in surfing the Narooma bar on Sunday.

DOLPHIN SURF: Peta Shaw of Bermagui snapped some great pics of dolphins playing in the surf while she was on surf patrol at Horseshoe Bay yesterday.

DOLPHIN SURF: Peta Shaw of Bermagui snapped some great pics of dolphins playing in the surf while she was on surf patrol at Horseshoe Bay yesterday.

SUNDAY SWELL: German tourists swimming despite massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: German tourists swimming despite massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

BERMI SWELL: Rob Shaw snapped this shot of the swell rolling into Bermagui on Sunday morning.

BERMI SWELL: Rob Shaw snapped this shot of the swell rolling into Bermagui on Sunday morning.

BERMAGUI WAVES: A great cliff-top vantage point for photographing this stretch of coastline north of Bermagui ... my favourite time big seas yesterday provided stunning images... Photo by Lindy Quinn and Gumnut Hideaway Gallery.

BERMAGUI WAVES: A great cliff-top vantage point for photographing this stretch of coastline north of Bermagui ... my favourite time big seas yesterday provided stunning images... Photo by Lindy Quinn and Gumnut Hideaway Gallery.

BERMAGUI WAVES: A great cliff-top vantage point for photographing this stretch of coastline north of Bermagui ... my favourite time big seas yesterday provided stunning images... Photo by Lindy Quinn and Gumnut Hideaway Gallery.

BERMAGUI WAVES: A great cliff-top vantage point for photographing this stretch of coastline north of Bermagui ... my favourite time big seas yesterday provided stunning images... Photo by Lindy Quinn and Gumnut Hideaway Gallery.

DALMENY WAVES: Veronica Harrold-Carter snapped these shots of the bigs waves at Yabbara Beach, Dalmeny north of Narooma.

DALMENY WAVES: Veronica Harrold-Carter snapped these shots of the bigs waves at Yabbara Beach, Dalmeny north of Narooma.

DALMENY WAVES: Veronica Harrold-Carter snapped these shots of the bigs waves at Yabbara Beach, Dalmeny north of Narooma.

DALMENY WAVES: Veronica Harrold-Carter snapped these shots of the bigs waves at Yabbara Beach, Dalmeny north of Narooma.

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: German tourists swimming despite massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: German tourists swimming despite massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

SUNDAY SWELL: Massive seas pound Mystery Bay on Sunday morning as the current East Coast Low sulks off Narooma Bermagui. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

WAVE SHOW: Andy and Finn Kilpatrick from Melbourne, staying at Wallaga Lake, check out the waves at Mystery Bay on Saturday morning. Photo Stan Gorton

WAVE SHOW: Andy and Finn Kilpatrick from Melbourne, staying at Wallaga Lake, check out the waves at Mystery Bay on Saturday morning. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

KIANGA SEAS: David Keogh posted his view of the seas today saying "Some big seas at Kianga". Thanks Dave!

KIANGA SEAS: David Keogh posted his view of the seas today saying "Some big seas at Kianga". Thanks Dave!

FROTHY OCEAN: Mark Westwood of Narooma posted this photo of the Narooma bar area with the caption "Wonderful corrugated ocean - great ground swell."

FROTHY OCEAN: Mark Westwood of Narooma posted this photo of the Narooma bar area with the caption "Wonderful corrugated ocean - great ground swell."

WILD SEAS: Mark Westwood of Narooma posted this photo of the Narooma break wall with the caption "Wild seas wild weather wild."

WILD SEAS: Mark Westwood of Narooma posted this photo of the Narooma break wall with the caption "Wild seas wild weather wild."

SEAL SHELTER: Mark Westwood posted this pic: "The big swell meant the NZ fur seals had to move from their usual spots... one of them was right up high near the path... couldn't care less about me..."

SEAL SHELTER: Mark Westwood posted this pic: "The big swell meant the NZ fur seals had to move from their usual spots... one of them was right up high near the path... couldn't care less about me..."

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

MYSTERY STORM: The current East Coast Low slams into Mystery Bay on Saturday morning causing beach erosion and putting on a show for visiting locals. Photo Stan Gorton

And while nothing like Cyclone Ita hitting Far North Queensland, the beach at Mystery Bay was transformed overnight with a field of rocks exposed where sand has been washed away in the beach erosion.

The BOM’s Severe Weather Warning extends for the South Coast although conditions are expected to ease.

“A low pressure system off the southern NSW coast is moving slowly to the north/northeast, bringing vigorous winds and large waves to the southern half of the NSW coast. Conditions are expected to ease later in the day as the low begins to move in a more easterly direction away from the region.”

SUNDAY UPDATE: Massive swells continue to pound Narooma and Bermagui but winds have eased considerably...

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