Weather tools for graziers and growers

Queensland’s weather and climate can impact each agricultural industry differently. Find out about climate risks that may impact how you manage your agricultural land and what tools can help you.

The Drought and Climate Adaptation Program (DCAP) helps farmers and producers adapt and better manage drought and climate impacts through improved forecast products, tools and extension activities.

Access climate and weather outlooks, historical climate data and maps and satellite imagery.

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) Water and the land website provides tailored business solutions for agriculture, including rainfall outlooks and wind forecasts for the week ahead and climate change and trend maps.

BOM’s MetEye tool is your ‘eye on the environment’, providing visuals for local weather observations and forecasts.

The Rainman StreamFlow tool lets you analyse rainfall and other climate variables at individual locations, taking into account seasonal patterns and forecasts.

Read about weather guidelines for pesticide spraying (PDF, 592KB).