King tide on the Cooks River

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Published on Jan 29, 2014

Sydney experiences king tides twice a year. King tides are extra high tides that occur when the Earth, Sun and Moon align and their combined gravitational force is at its strongest. King tides almost always occur at night, so they are only seen by the keenest tide watchers.