Weather & Tides

Weather, Wind & Tides

Queensland Weather Forecasts


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Queensland Tide Tables

The Queensland Tide Tables publication contains tidal predictions for the Queensland standard ports as well as instructions for calculating tides at many other intermediate locations. It also includes additional tidal information such as the highest tides of the year, locations of the standard ports as well as rise and set tables for the sun and moon.

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Coastal Risk Australia

Want to know what the Australian coastline may look like in 2100?
Coastal Risk Australia (CRA) has been created to show you what the Australian coast may look like in 2100. It is an interactive map tool designed to communicate coastal inundation associated with sea level rise to the year 2100.



MetEye is able to show maps of weather observations and the official forecasts produced by the Bureau of Meteorology. This is quite different to other map based systems which often show automatically generated, computer model data. MetEye forecast maps have been adjusted by our meteorologists to better represent expected weather. See the “About MetEye” page for further information

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Find all about the weather on Wikipedia

Higgins Storm Chasing

Other Weather Website Links  and Storm Safety Info courtesy of Higgins Storm Chasing

Cyclone Categories

Understanding tropical cyclone categories

Improve your understanding of tropical cyclone categories and their impacts. This video explains what the different tropical cyclones categories are, the hazards involved and the potential damage a tropical cyclone can cause. See for all current tropical cyclone warnings for the Australian region.

Weather Wise Safety

Staying Safe Outdoors in Severe Weather

Staying Safe Outdoors in Severe Weather

Spending time outdoors with the family can make for an enjoyable excursion. Whether you are at a park playing on playground equipment, hiking, bird-watching, swimming, or even just hanging out in the backyard, the fresh air can be pleasantly invigorating. However, the weather can change in an instant. You may have little warning before severe weather rolls in. Severe weather can involve thunderstorms, lightning, hail, tornadoes, flash floods, high winds, and even hurricanes. Seasonal weather may also include heat waves and blizzards. Depending on your location, you may also need to be prepared for earthquakes. With safety as a priority, it’s crucial to monitor the weather so you are prepared for any type of weather condition, especially when you are outdoors.

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Management of Outdoor Activities for Severe Weather Conditions

Weather Related Articles

Severe Weather Safety at Outdoor Venues

Severe Weather Safety at Outdoor Venues

Monitoring the weather, understanding the threat and making the call to evacuate for the safety of players and fans is no easy task, and it’s one that venue managers must take seriously.

Spring has arrived! — so why do we have seasons?

Spring has arrived! — so why do we have seasons?

Spring is in the air! But only for those of us below the Tropic of Capricorn.

Only a few parts of the world experience the classic four seasons of spring, summer, autumn and winter. Many parts of the world get only two or even one. So, what’s going on?

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