Current UV Index
Adelaide
UV index: 0.1

UV index for Adelaide: 0.1 - LOW
Last updated Tuesday, 31 March 2020 at 7:01 am

Minimum recommended protection:

  • Wear sunglasses
Alice Springs
UV index: 0.0
Brisbane
UV index: 0.8

UV index for Brisbane: 0.8 - LOW
Last updated Tuesday, 31 March 2020 at 7:31 am

Minimum recommended protection:

  • Wear sunglasses
Canberra
UV index: 0.4

UV index for Canberra: 0.4 - LOW
Last updated Tuesday, 31 March 2020 at 7:31 am

Minimum recommended protection:

  • Wear sunglasses
Darwin
UV index: 0.0
Emerald
UV index: 0.7

UV index for Emerald: 0.7 - LOW
Last updated Tuesday, 31 March 2020 at 7:31 am

Minimum recommended protection:

  • Wear sunglasses
Gold Coast
UV index: 1.0

UV index for Gold Coast: 1.0 - LOW
Last updated Tuesday, 31 March 2020 at 7:31 am

Minimum recommended protection:

  • Wear sunglasses
Kingston
UV index: 0.2

UV index for Kingston: 0.2 - LOW
Last updated Tuesday, 31 March 2020 at 7:31 am

Minimum recommended protection:

  • Wear sunglasses
Melbourne
UV index: 0.3

UV index for Melbourne: 0.3 - LOW
Last updated Tuesday, 31 March 2020 at 7:30 am

Minimum recommended protection:

  • Wear sunglasses
Newcastle
UV index: 0.5

UV index for Newcastle: 0.5 - LOW
Last updated Tuesday, 31 March 2020 at 7:30 am

Minimum recommended protection:

  • Wear sunglasses
Perth
UV index: 0.0
Sydney
UV index: 0.4

UV index for Sydney: 0.4 - LOW
Last updated Tuesday, 31 March 2020 at 7:30 am

Minimum recommended protection:

  • Wear sunglasses
Townsville
UV index: 0.6

UV index for Townsville: 0.6 - LOW
Last updated Tuesday, 31 March 2020 at 7:30 am

Minimum recommended protection:

  • Wear sunglasses

Click the indexes to view the minimum recommended protection

When the UV index is low, sun protection is generally not needed unless outside for extended periods

UV observations courtesy of ARPANSA
Disclaimer

Fast facts

  • Around 36 Australians are diagnosed with Melanoma every day.
  • Australia has one of the highest rates of Melanoma in the world.
  • Approx one person dies every 5 hours from Melanoma in Australia.
  • An estimated 545 Australian women will die from melanoma THIS YEAR.
  • Tanning beds emit dangerous UV rays, increasing the risk of Melanoma.
  • Severe sunburn during childhood can DOUBLE your risk of Melanoma.
  • Melanoma is one of the most preventable forms of cancer.
  • An estimated 1230 Australian men will die from melanoma THIS YEAR.
  • Melanoma is the cancer most likely to affect 15-39 year olds.
  • Melanoma can arise in normal looking skin, a mole or freckle.
  • Melanoma, if detected/treated early, has a survival rate of nearly 100%.
  • There is no cure for melanoma that has spread throughout the body.

BrightEyes

AMRF, Rocko’s, Mangrove Jacks & Stiletto –  a perfect fit!

We’re so excited to be partnering with Rockos Mangrove Jacks & Stiletto through Liaise International & BrightEyes to help raise awareness and much needed funds for melanoma research.

Show your support by buying these AMRF co-branded polarised sunglasses - check out the great range of AMRF products online here.   https://www.brighteyes.com.au

Or, they can be found at various Mangrove Jacks, Stiletto and Rockos stockists around the country including:  Anaconda,  Fishing & Boating Stores, Newsagents, Service Stations, General Stores, Road Houses, Pharmacies, Foodworks, Eudunda Farmers and selected IGA.  You can also pop into any BrightEyes Store.

A percentage of all sales of all AMRF co-branded products is directed back to AMRF.

Liaise International has been part of the Australian landscape for over 25 years through its Rockos, Mangrove Jacks & Stiletto brands, which are available at over 2500 locations nationally.  For more information about Liaise International visit: www.rockos.com.au

Established in 1985, BrightEyes has over 45 locations nationwide.  For further information about BrightEyes visit: www.brighteyes.com.au

 

 

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