About Us

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.

Contact us here.

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Brisbane weather relief as storm brings six months' worth of rain in one night

08:20 EDT

Brisbane has had the most rain it's seen in six months overnight, with a major thunderstorm bringing more than 100 millimetres to some parts of the city.

Sydney's recovering property market boosts NSW Government, half-year review reports

08:08 EDT

Sydney's slowly recovering property market has helped ensure that the Berejiklian Government ends this year with a forecast surplus of $700 million, despite the mounting cost of the drought.

Renewable energy boosting one farmer's productivity as pilot program unveiled for central west NSW

07:23 EDT

Farmers in the New South Wales central west are being urged to consider hosting renewable energy sources on their properties as part of a pilot program in the region.