Tide time variations

 Can someone please advise me of the tide time variations for say Monkey Mia and Gladstone.

Am heading to Gladstone later in the week and help would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance

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 RossP


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Might be worth contacting

Tue, 2019-10-15 22:27

Might be worth contacting Yaringa Station and asking them, contact details at bottom of page:

www.gladstonebaywa.com/

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 willy weather has a tide

Wed, 2019-10-16 06:26

 willy weather has a tide forecast - type in postcode 

or 

http://www.bom.gov.au/oceanography/projects/ntc/tide_tables.shtml

there are main and secondary forecast areas - for secondary need to add or subtract  time and height to get real height 

the height is normally fairly  close except  up north, kimberleys to weipa 

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Mwaaa waaa waa

Wed, 2019-10-16 06:33

 Been fishing Gladstone for a long time . That place has more tides in one day that you can poke a stick at . Best bet is to take up your own mooring and launch and retrieve your boat only once ( scissor paper , rock it for boat collection duties or take a tender ) Very seldom can you launch and retrieve from the launching area when the water is just right . It's the windy season up here the moment, enjoy ! 

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Halve time

Wed, 2019-10-16 07:41

 Get a tide prediction for Monkey Mia and Hamelin Pool and halve the time differences between their highs and do the same with the lows, should come out somewhere close, if I remember correctly