Hay fever help

Pollen count

An increased pollen count in the air can be a major contributing factor causing hay fever symptoms.

Grasses, weeds, and trees which are wind-pollinated can trigger hay fever symptoms such as a runny nose, itchy eyes, blocked nose and headache1, 2.

See the pollen count in your area by clicking on your capital city now.

Note: If you are located in the Northern Territory, unfortunately there isn't a daily pollen count available for your area. If you would like further information about factors contributing to hay fever symptoms, please speak to your healthcare professional.