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With the career possibilities offered by Weatherzone Business

Weatherzone Business is a DTN company and works tirelessly to provide the most innovative and precise weather intelligence to clients around Australia.

We are always looking for bright minds to join our diverse team. We are close-knit and supportive, partial to creating a fun calendar for our hard-working humans, and always thinking collaboratively to find the keys to complex weather questions.

Providing for our customers begins with understanding their unique attributes and industries. We dig deep to uncover their specific operational requirements, and identify where our services can positively support their daily efficiency, safety and output. In delivering the data, we opt for an evolutionary approach, something that grows with each business as we continually move to create innovative weather data solutions.

We don’t do status quo, so if you favour next-generation solutions to complex problems, and have a healthy obsession with the way weather influences the world, we would love to hear from you.

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Powering smarter weather decisions

Weatherzone Business’ parent company is DTN, who bring the most advanced analytics and machine learning solutions to the world of business. DTN’s aspiration is to delight their customers, making their everyday, critical business decisions easy. Their joy comes from witnessing their clients prosper. Together, we can shape the world.

Latest news

Satisfy your weather obsession with these news headlines from around the nation, and the world.

Summery Sydney, wintry Melbourne

It’s been one of those days when Australia’s two largest cities could hardly have been more different in terms of weather. Never mind the tedious old arguments about the food, coffee, culture, sport, traffic, scenery and the rest of it in the two cities. On this autumn Wednesday, Melbourne feels like winter while Sydney feels […]

Rainfall to soak some parched areas of WA

Rain will soak parts of WA over the coming week, although forecast models are struggling to agree on whether this burst of wet weather will bring much-needed rain to parched Perth. This rainfall will be caused by a low pressure trough extending from the Kimberley down to southwestern WA from late Thursday, with a low […]

Tassie snow, Melbourne temps go low

Snow has fallen in Tasmania, while Melbourne has experienced a dramatic temperature drop as a cold front whipped through Tasmania and southern Victoria overnight. This was the Wednesday morning scene on the slopes of Ben Lomond, Tasmania’s only commercial ski resort, about an hour out of Launceston. Not enough snow for skiing, but the cafe […]

Australia’s tropical cyclone season coming to an end

The 2023-24 Australian tropical cyclone season is almost over and while it was a quiet season based on overall numbers, some of the landfalling systems had a big impact. The Australian tropical cyclone season officially runs from November until April. During this time, we usually see an average of about 9 to 10 tropical cyclones […]