Data provided by Australian National University.
Today's Grass Pollen Forecast for Canberra
Friday, August 07, 2020
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*Pollen counting season is over. We will begin counting pollen again 1st of October.
Data provided by Australian National University.
Canberra Grass Pollen Forecast
Friday
August 07, 2020
Low
Saturday
August 08, 2020
Low
Sunday
August 09, 2020
Low
Monday
August 10, 2020
Low
Tuesday
August 11, 2020
Low
Victorian District Grass Pollen Forecast
Victorian District Pollen Forecast Map
Last updated: Friday, August 07, 2020 05:39 AM
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