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Is your asthma made worse by allergens in the air?

Our local AusPollen Apps provide daily levels of pollen in the air.

To help us evaluate the usefulness of our Apps and how we can improve this service, we invite you to complete a short questionnaire before and after the pollen season.

This research will help us site future pollen count stations and determine whether there are local triggers that make hay fever and asthma worse.

Best regards,

The AusPollen team.





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The Melbourne Pollen Count in 2017


Pursuit Unimelb. Meet the Team.

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Dr Bill Frankland on being 105


Dr Frankland established the first publicly available pollen count service in 1963.

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Thunderstorm asthma final report


The final report from Inspector-General for Emergency Management

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Thunderstorm asthma report


Preliminary report from the Inspector-General for Emergency Management

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Farewell from the Melbourne Pollen Count


Thanks for your support and interest in our work over the past season.

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Pollen count ending


The grass pollen season is over.

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Why 2016 has been the worst Christmas in years for hay fever sufferers


We are prolonging our count into January this year.

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Christmas Greetings from MPC


Peace, love and joy to all. The Melbourne Pollen Count team wishes everyone a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.