Terms and Conditions




1.By using the app, you accept and agree to the terms and conditions set out in this document. This document may be amended from time to time with the addition of new features and services, or the alteration or existing features and services, or otherwise by our discretion. These amendments will be made without notice to you and will be effective as soon as the changes are made to this document.


  1. Intellectual Property

You must not reproduce, modify or adapt anything on this app for use elsewhere, without our prior consent. Including but not limited to intellectual property rights and copyright which is owned or licensed by us, or used by permission from a third party.


  1. Proper Use

The NSW Incident Alerts app and any of its contents must not be used.

  1. In breach of the law or any regulation
  2. Tor infringe on the rights of a third party,
  3. In breach of any standards or requirements practiced and/or promoted by any relevant authority or
  4. In association with any information that might be, or that might promote abusive, threatening, defamatory, unlawful, obscene, profane, pornographic or indecent conduct.


  1. External Data Suppliers

NSW Incident Alerts displays information produced by external organisations including the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM), Transport for NSW, NSW Rural Fire Service and NSW Police Force. NSW Incident Alerts is not affiliated with these organisations and is privately run.


  1. Data Disclaimer and Liability Indemnity:
  2. General – The information provided by NSW Incident Alerts is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty; without even the implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
  3. Emergency situations – Information provided by NSW Incident Alerts must not be used in emergency situations. In emergencies please refer to the relevant agency responsible. (Bureau of Meteorology, NSW Rural Fire Service, NSW Live Traffic or NSW Police Force.
  4. The nature of weather – It is important to remember that weather is unpredictable. Weather forecasting is not an exact science, and weather observations can contain errors, omissions or loss of data.
  5. System failures and technical glitches – It is also important to remember that system failures and technical glitches can occur that may result in errors, omissions, loss of data or notification failures. These include (but are not limited to) server failure, software logical errors, power outages, and anything else that results in NSW Incident Alerts systems faulures.
  6. Liability Indemnity – As a result of the nature of weather and the existence of system failures and technical glitches, NSW Incident Alerts does not accept responsibility for any direct or indirect loss or damage, whatever the cause (even by negligence) as a result of the use of information displayed on the NSW Incident Alerts app or provided by the app, or if the app is unavailable.