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- Current conditions
- 7-day forecasts
- Next 48hrs
- Sun and moon times
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- Surf reports and Cams
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- Marine weather
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For legacy mobile phones that do not support xhtml services please use wap.wz.com.au. Our wap site will no longer have additional information added to it and we suggest that you use m.weatherzone.com.au if your handset can support it.
Fire danger is about to spike in South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales and about to drop in Western Australia as an area of hot, dry wind heads east.
Heavy storms are lashing central Queensland, whilst rain and strong winds affect the coast.
Parts of Central NT have had their hottest morning in 7 years.