Tide tables

Tidal predictions are calculated by the National Tidal Centre of Australia from daily tide recordings made at Fort Denison in Sydney Harbour.

Tide heights refer to zero on the Fort Denison Tide Gauge, being approximately the level of the Lowest Astronomical Tide.

All times stated are Eastern Standard Time. When Daylight Saving Time is in force, add one hour.

Tide heights are quoted in metres. As predictions are for average meteorological conditions, the actual tides may differ from those predicted. Tide heights of 1.7 metres or more, and 0.3 metres or less, are highlighted for trip planning and risk awareness.

Users of these tables should be aware that the heights shown in this publication are predictions only and that the actual water level height may vary due to meteorological conditions (including barometric pressure, wind effect and storm surges) and seasonal variations.

Tide tables

Tide tables 2016-2017 for NSW - PDF

All times stated are Eastern Standard Time. When Daylight Saving Time is in force, add one hour.

Tide tables 2016-2017 for NSW - eBook EPUB3

This eBook version of the Tide Tables has been developed in EPUB3 format. The eBook has been tested for use on iOS (iBooks) and Android (Play Books). Please check your device and software for compatibility with EPUB3 format.

Tide tables 2015 - 2016 for NSW - PDF

All times stated are Eastern Standard Time. When Daylight Saving Time is in force, add one hour.

Tide tables 2015 - 2016 for NSW - eBook EPUB3

This eBook version of the Tide Tables has been developed in EPUB3 format. The eBook has been tested for use on iOS (iBooks) and Android (Play Books). Please check your device and software for compatibility with EPUB3 format.

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