Next-generation innovation and modelling

Combined with the world’s most trusted data - giving you market leading solutions

We work with worldwide leaders in precision data so you can gain intelligent insights to optimize your response to the weather

Weatherzone Business has been providing weather intelligence and innovative forecasting systems to Australian businesses since 1998.  

Our team of meteorologists, scientists and developers continually innovate in-house, creating market leading resources such as the Total Lightning Network, and Opticast™, as well as sourcing essential data from our industry partners worldwide, to bring you the most comprehensive information.

Here are some of the services we provide, and the organisations that we work closely with to deliver them to you.

Australian Weather Forecasts.

Weatherzone’s forecasts are a collaboration of data sourced from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) and Weatherzone’s increasingly independent in-house modelling.  Weatherzone’s industry-leading forecasting solution Opticast™ also utilises the data from customer’s weather stations, and our own Australia-wide weather station network, in addition to real-time observations provided by the BOM.

Additional forecasting is provided by international partners such as Metservice NZ, Customweather and the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO)

Long Range Weather Forecasting – 14 day to 12 month forecasts.

These forecasts are produced by Weatherzone’s meteorologists using raw data provided by international weather agencies.

These forecasts are produced using a combination of techniques, some in the public domain and others developed by Weatherzone. The result is a suite of long-range forecasts considered to be the most accurate available for the Australian region.

River Heights and Dam Levels

These readings are provided by the Commonwealth Bureau of Meteorology, Department of Natural Resources in New South Wales, Sydney Catchment Authority, Melbourne Water and other local water agencies .

Air Quality Readings and Forecasts and Beach Quality Reports

This information for Melbourne and Sydney are provided by the respective Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) in each state.


Powering Smart Weather Decisions

Whether you require severe weather warnings, rapid-update forecasting, solar actuals and forecasts, blast dispersion modelling, in-depth consultancy, easily deployed weather stations or any other high-precision meteorological service, we offer a reliable, bespoke solution. We are there for you, rain, hail or shine. 

The brightest minds to help light the way.

We thrive on challenge, next generation science and customised service and are dedicated to helping you stay ahead of the game. 

Your weather needs are as individual as your business, and we collaborate with you to bring ease to your every day. Our teams of meteorologists and data scientists are there, every step of the way, to help you navigate your weather challenges.

Take a load off, let us crunch the numbers and serve it up in a delightfully easy to navigate package, so that you can concentrate on more pressing tasks.




Latest news

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

Winter chill sets in

It’s a chilly one this Friday across the most heavily populated corner of the country, as a thick layer of cloud prevents the sun’s warmth from bumping up temperatures. Take a look at the chart below at midday on Friday, June 14. The first feature of interest is the widespread cloud covering almost all of […]

Massive swell arriving this weekend

A Tasman Low pressure system will whip up large and powerful swell for several days from Saturday, with the potential to impact port operations along the eastern seaboard.   The images below show that a stubborn high-pressure system will cradle the low and keep it over the Tasman Sea between Saturday and Wednesday.    Images (top […]

More rain for WA

Another northwest cloud band has brought significant rain to parts of the southwest during the last 24 hours, with more to come.  The largest totals southwest WA has seen in the 24 hours leading up to 9am on Wednesday, June 12 were;  Maxon Farm recorded 31mm   Lancelin (defence) saw 19.2mm fall  14.8mm fell at […]

Hydropower season has begun

Snow has fallen across the high country of Tasmania, Victoria, New South Wales and the ACT, with the hydropower season officially beginning. Snowfalls totals were in the light to moderate range depending on the location in the mountains. Perisher ski resort in NSW is calling 25 cm on the ground, with most other resorts reporting […]