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Weatherzone is a product of The Weather Company, established in September 1998 initially in response to a demand from television broadcasters for more sophisticated weather programming.

The Weather Company is recognized as Australia’s leading commercial weather information provider to media and Internet organisations serving customers in industry, agriculture, government, recreation, education and consumer markets.

We specialise in 4 key areas:

  • Supply of weather information and forecasting services for Internet, mobile, television, newspapers and radio
  • On-air weather presentation, graphics system sales and support
  • Meteorological support including presentation scripts and personal briefings
  • Design, production and supply of presentation-ready weather graphics

Experienced meteorologists staff our office from 4:15am to 8pm daily to provide continuous and accurate coverage of the evolving weather issues across the country.

The Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) supplies weather information and The Weather Company converts this information into computer ready data, specialised forecasts, TV or web ready graphics and scripts. For more information on all our content sources, click here.

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'Worse than the cyclone': Debbie's victims still battling home insurers

18:36 EST

It is 15 months since Tropical Cyclone Debbie smashed Mel Deacon's north Queensland home but it's still so badly damaged it is unfit to live in — something she blames on a bitter fight with her insurance company.

Cheeky Canberrans disrobe and jump in the lake to mark winter solstice

18:06 EST

It's the shortest day of the year, so why not take off all of your clothes and plunge into the freezing lake to celebrate? That's what a brave group of Canberrans did early on Thursday morning to mark the winter solstice and raise money for charity.

Antarctic expeditioners plunge into icy water at Casey Station to mark winter solstice

16:33 EST

Expeditioners at Antarctica's Casey Station have taken a plunge into -2 degree waters to celebrate midwinter.