Webcam Brisbane - District Archerfield
About webcam "District Archerfield" in the city Brisbane
Archerfield is a mixed suburb of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Archerfield is a sparsely populated suburb, with most of the land occupied by Archerfield Airport. During the Australian census in the suburbs, a population of 510 people was registered. The western border of the suburbs follows Oxley Creek, and in the east - along the Boderes road. Archerfield Airport originally served as the main airport of Brisbane, the old civil terminal still exists on the east side of the airfield. During the Second World War, the airfield served as a base for military flights in support of the war in the Pacific Ocean. August 8, 1995, when southern Queensland experienced a sharp cooling, a temperature of 0 degrees was recorded in Archerfield. On January 4, 2014, the suburb recorded a maximum temperature of -42.4 degrees, which was even lower than the record high established in 1940. The Archerfield area can be seen through the lens of a modern webcam. The picture is available on the Internet 24 hours a day in real time. The shooting quality is excellent, not the whole object gets to the lens, but most of it, on which it is already possible to evaluate the architecture of the illuminated object.