Thank you for visiting the webcam. It has been located in a couple of places and the pictures in the Gallery show the locations. It started in the little village of Chute-a-Blondeau in Ontario Canada as a means to show my family in Australia the different extremes of temperatures in Canada. I then moved back to Australia and for six months the camera was on the Far South Coast of New South Wales Australia, at Long Beach. It was located overlooking the ocean, with great views.
I am now in Albury a country town in NSW and the view is not that great but may be of help to see the weather over Albury. The camera points close to Magnetic North and the airport is approximately five Km to the South East of this location. The picture still shows the web address, date / time and the following data from from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM), the Temperature, Wind direction, Speed, pressure and if there has been any rain.
Use the navigation tabs above to move around the site, click on the images to enlarge them.
The webcam image is updated every minute and the weather data is updated every half hour when BOM updates their data.
At midnight all the images from that day are combined into a movie in AVI format, in high resolution. You can see yesterdays movie from the Time Lapse Video tab above or all the videos can be seen here
This site would not be available without the scripts and assistance provided by Warren from the award winning "Sydney Harbour Webcam"