Wednesday
18 July 2018
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VERY GOOD

GOOD

FAIR

POOR

VERY POOR

HAZARDOUS
0 - 33
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34 - 66
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67 - 99
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100 - 149
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150 - 199
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200
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Scale: 0 to 250
 

 Pollutants Ozone
O3
Ozone
O3
Nitrogen
dioxide

NO2
Visibility
NEPH
Carbon
monoxide

CO
Sulfur
dioxide

SO2
Particles
PM10
Particles
PM2.5
 Site AQI


highest
level at
the site
Regional AQI


highest
level for
the region
 Averaging Periods max
1-hour
average
max
rolling
4-hour
average
max
1-hour
average
max
1-hour
average
max
rolling
8-hour
average
max
1-hour
average
24-hour
average
24-hour
average
Sydney East Randwick 31 37 27 32 5 120 41 120 120
Rozelle 32 37 30 15 2 0 96 40 96
Lindfield 34 37 24 22 0 98 98
Chullora 31 36 37 80 4 2 120 42 120
Earlwood 29 34 30 44 80 45 80
Macquarie Park 36 39 22 20 2 0 96 35 96
Sydney North-west Parramatta North 33 38 34 35 5 2 120 47 120 124
Richmond 37 45 20 17 0 100 29 100
St Marys 38 46 17 24 44 31 46
Vineyard
Prospect 35 42 29 26 2 1 124 35 124
Sydney South-west Bargo 34 42 7 33 0 95 32 95 121
Bringelly 34 41 12 25 0 113 35 113
Camden 32 39 10 32 2 106 29 106
Campbelltown West 34 42 33 26 5 1 97 38 97
Liverpool 33 40 28 32 5 1 121 40 121
Oakdale 34 42 1 32 86 32 86
Illawarra Wollongong 26 32 24 27 3 0 89 38 89 96
Kembla Grange 34 42 15 25 96 38 96
Albion Park Sth 33 40 10 29 0 79 32 79
Lower Hunter Wallsend 28 33 23 21 1 92 40 92 111
Newcastle 27 32 29 21 4 3 105 49 105
Beresfield 30 37 28 33 6 111 46 111
Central Coast Wyong 29 35 22 21 3 1 141 56 141 141
Central Tablelands Bathurst 136 51 136 136
North-west Slopes Armidale 217 60 84 217 217
Gunnedah 30 36 26 75 84 84
Narrabri 22 18 22
Tamworth 79 69 79
South-west Slopes Albury 38 25 38 56
Wagga Wagga Nth 56 49 56
Upper Hunter - Muswellbrook Muswellbrook 26 0 113 60 113 113
Upper Hunter - Singleton Singleton 22 11 119 45 119 119
   
Gaps indicate that an instrument was not online for that period OR an average could not be calculated as there were not enough valid hourly data values OR that a pollutant is not measured at the site. Data from monitoring sites is collected, stored and shown in reports using Australian Eastern Standard time (AEST). Normally data for any hour should be available approximately 30 minutes later. However, during daylight saving, data is still collected and stored in AEST and will be presented with an apparent 90 minutes delay.