region - NSW Sydney
season - Autumn/Spring
gender - Girls

What a good time for surfing in Sydney! Autumn from March to June will have pretty warm water temps but air temps will be getting chilly. Reverse for Spring, with late September to November having cold water with air temps getting warmer. 


Our top picks? 

Our Girls Bahia 2mm Long Sleeve Springsuits are easily the most common choice in Sydney for Autumn/Spring. Good warmth through the body and arms, plenty of protection from the sun, all in a suit that's easy to get in and out of.

In the cooler parts of Autumn/Spring you may be happier in the Bahia 3/2mm Steamer which features a thermal firewall to trap the warmth in, or the Reactor II 3/2mm Steamer for great value for money.


If the temperatures are getting really warm you might be happy in just some Lycra. TheGirls Thermo Short Arm Crew is warmer than other rashies thanks to its fleecy layer. Or lycraSurfsuits are the most common warm water choice for girls.


It just depends on what’s most important to you - warmth / flexibility / price.


Check out the autumn/spring recommendations for further suggestions if you feel the cold more or you are leaning towards cooler conditions. 


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"Without a doubt my favourite suit for autumn/spring in Sydney is the Hyperfreak 2mm short arm steamer. This thing is the most flexible and versatile suit going. An amazing transitional suit for colder days or early morning surfs, or if your feeling a bit sooky. TB3X gooey neoprene fits and feels like a second skin."

Rob Bain, 2018 ASL World Masters Champion