Our demo release is ready
We are pleased to launch the demo release of our new dedicated air quality website, now available at Air Quality NSW.
In this demo, we have released our near-real-time air quality data pages for a better user experience. Future releases will progressively migrate the remaining scientific information from the Environment, Energy and Science (EES) website to this new website.
During the transition, the new website will run in parallel with the existing air quality pages, with the new website being refined in stages. There are links to and from the old (existing) and new websites to allow you to find out what your local air quality is and to access it in your preferred format.
Initially you can continue to use the existing air quality webpages for access to the full scope of our air quality services. In particular, you may visit:
- Current and forecast air quality, for access to data pages
- EES Air topic, on research, publications and other air quality information.
Why we’ve made this upgrade
The new air quality website is a key deliverable for the NSW Government's Air Program under the Enhancing air quality website and data delivery service project. The new website is designed to ensure that all NSW Government air quality data and information is more freely available, and easily accessible by the community, researchers and decision makers.
We aim to make your web experience simple, efficient and relevant to your needs.
Experience the first release and give us your feedback
We invite you to visit the new website and let us know about your experience.
There are two ways you can provide us your feedback:
- from the new website: use the Your Feedback widget on the home page, or select Contact us from the footer of any page on the new website
- from the EES website: use Your feedback or complaint
What are the main changes to how air quality data are presented?
There are changes to air quality region definitions and other concepts applied to the new website.