The New South Wales Weather Station Network forms part of a broader electronic pest and disease warning system, a key initiative of the Skills Development Program for NSW grapegrowers and winemakers. This Program builds the capacity of the NSW wine industry to resolve issues and implement innovation, and is funded by NSW Department of Primary Industries and delivered by the AWRI. The Network includes new weather stations that have been installed and are operational in Griffith, Mudgee, Hunter Valley, Orange, Tumbarumba and Canberra.
Stations marked with an asterisk (*) are privately owned weather stations. Availability and accuracy of the data are dependent on the instruments installed at these stations. A dash ‘-‘ in the data sets indicates the weather data is not accessible.
For more on the Weather Station Network, download this webinar recording.
Click here to access the export data function.
MEA server outage – The MEA data server is currently unavailable. The server outage is affecting weather stations located in Griffith, Mudgee, Tumbarumba and Canberra. MEA is currently working on restoring the service as soon as possible.
- McCaffreys Estate*
- Adina Vineyard*
- Mt Pleasant Estate*
- Hermitage Road
- Hunter Valley Gardens
- Ben Ean Estate*
- Audrey Wilkinson Vineyard*
- Lake Wyangan*