Deakin AIRwatch is a pollen counting and forecasting facility. It was established in 2012 to assist students and staff of Deakin University and the general public in their allergen avoidance programs. Pollen and fungal spore data generated is also used for our ongoing research and collaborations with the Victorian Government's Department of Health and Human Services and the Bureau of Meteorology.
Deakin AIRwatch is a pollen counting and forecasting facility.
Please note: Grass pollen counting and forecasting
season is from 1 October to 31 December every year. Outside these times
and in cases where the pollen count is temporarily unavailable, "currently not available" may be displayed.
Pollen count: 17/01/2020
(next 24 hours)
Pollen count: 20/01/2020
(next 24 hours)
||Grass pollen grains per m3 air
|| 0 - 19
|| 20 - 49
|| 50 - 99
Melbourne Pollen provides other pollen count and forecast sites in Melbourne and around Victoria.
Important: On days of High/Extreme pollen count forecasts,
it is highly advisable that all those who are allergic to pollen take
necessary steps to minimize pollen exposure and carry appropriate
medication for hay fever and potential thunderstorm-associated asthma.
For further information on risk of epidemic thunderstorm asthma, please
visit the Victorian Government's health services hub.
Thunderstorm Asthma Forecast
For the latest up-to-date epidemic thunderstorm asthma forecast and information provided by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services and the Bureau of Meteorology, please visit the VicEmergency website.
You are also able to view the latest warnings and information by downloading the VicEmergency mobile app available on the Apple App Store and Google Play.