All Air Monitoring Stations - Current Data Table

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The table below shows the most recent data available from the BLANkET air quality stations. These data are indicative​ of the current air quality at these sites. Note that the air stations are close to, but can be several kilometres from, the named town. 

Current data and graphs for individual stations can be accessed via the menu on the left on desktop, or through the Section Menu on tablet or phone.​

A summary plot for all stations on the one page is available on the All Sites Graph page. See also the Air Quality Map​.

This table gives a rolling hour-average for PM2.5, as well as the most recently available (instantaneous) measurement of PM2.5 and PM10Interpreting BLANkET data

Tasmanian Department of Health air quality health categories are included in the table. For more information about these categories please visit the Department of Health Track Air Quality page (scroll to the bottom of the page for category information).

The categories are based on the hour-averaged PM2.5 value:

  • Good: 0 to 9 micrograms per cubic metre
  • Fairly Good: 10 to 24 micrograms per cubic metre
  • Fairly Poor: 25 to 49  micrograms per cubic metre
  • Poor: 50 to 99 micrograms per cubic metre
  • Very Poor: 100 to 299 micrograms per cubic metre​
  • Extremely Poor: Over 300 micrograms per cubic metre​​

Latest real-time air quality data

Table created at 19 January 2022 22:59 Australian Eastern Standard Time. Add 1 hour for summer time.
PM2.5 and PM10 are given in micrograms per cubic metre.
The label 'No data' means there are no data from the station in the last hour.
The air quality category is from the Tasmanian Department of Health, and is determined by the hour-averaged PM2.5.

StationDateTime
AEST
Current
PM10
Current
PM2.5
Hour-
average
PM2.5
Category
Queenstown 19 January 2022 22:52 3 1 1 Good
Smithton 19 January 2022 22:54 7 2 2 Good
Wynyard 19 January 2022 22:54 10 2 3 Good
Emu River 19 January 2022 22:54 7 3 2 Good
West Ulverstone 19 January 2022 22:54 13 3 3 Good
Devonport 19 January 2022 22:54 12 3 3 Good
Latrobe 19 January 2022 22:54 20 3 3 Good
Sheffield 19 January 2022 22:54 9 2 2 Good
Deloraine 19 January 2022 22:54 3 1 1 Good
Westbury 19 January 2022 22:54 9 2 2 Good
Hadspen 19 January 2022 22:54 8 2 2 Good
Longford 19 January 2022 22:54 5 1 1 Good
Perth 19 January 2022 22:54 9 2 2 Good
George Town 19 January 2022 22:52 6 2 2 Good
Exeter 19 January 2022 22:52 8 2 2 Good
Launceston (Ti Tree Bend) 19 January 2022 22:52 7 2 2 Good
South Launceston 19 January 2022 22:52 7 2 2 Good
Lilydale 19 January 2022 22:52 7 2 2 Good
Scottsdale 19 January 2022 22:52 7 1 1 Good
Derby 19 January 2022 22:52 6 1 1 Good
St Helens 19 January 2022 22:52 8 2 2 Good
Fingal 19 January 2022 22:52 6 2 2 Good
Campbell Town 19 January 2022 22:52 10 2 2 Good
Oatlands 19 January 2022 22:50 8 2 5 Good
Triabunna 19 January 2022 22:50 9 2 2 Good
Gretna 19 January 2022 22:50 4 1 1 Good
New Norfolk 19 January 2022 22:50 7 2 2 Good
Glenorchy 19 January 2022 22:50 9 2 2 Good
Hobart (New Town) 19 January 2022 22:50 7 2 2 Good
Mornington 19 January 2022 22:50 47 6 7 Good
Bream Creek 19 January 2022 22:50 7 1 1 Good
Judbury 19 January 2022 22:50 7 2 2 Good
Huonville 19 January 2022 22:50 6 2 2 Good
Cygnet 19 January 2022 22:50 6 1 2 Good
Geeveston 19 January 2022 22:50 6 2 2 Good

Additional Resources:

BLA​​​​NkET

BLANkET is an EPA program to obtain air quality measurements across Tasmania, for the monitoring of population exposure to smoke from woodheaters, planned burns, and bushfires. The air quality stations distributed around the State report real-time data to these web pages.

Indicative data

These data are indicative of the current air quality at these sites. The nature of the BLANkET measurements means that these data cannot be used to determine if air quality standards have been breached. The instruments are however calibrated against high quality data from instruments operated under the relevant Australian standards, and hence the BLANkET data will provide a good indication of when air quality standards were likely to have been breached.

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