Gisborne District Council recreational waters data. You can select a site in the dropdown menu.
For more details on some of our popular swimming sites (including current warnings) and how we monitor them go to our Can I swim here? page.
Water quality non-detection results are shown on the graphs at the minimum detectable amount. For example, E.coli not detected means less than 1.6 CFU. This is shown as 1.6 CFU.
All data is in NZ standard time. During daylight savings the data is one hour behind NZ daylight savings time.
These pages have information collected by telemetry devices and council monitoring staff.
The technology we use allows you to see the data as soon as it's available to us.
Use an Edge, Firefox or Chrome browser to view these pages. They do not work on an Internet Explorer browser.
Multiple reports on the one webpage
Some pages have multiple reports. Choose the type from the buttons at the bottom of the report.
Dropdown menus for selection
Most of the webpages offer a dropdown menu to select the site. This selection will apply to all reports on the page.
Some pages offer a second dropdown menu to select the measurement.
Selecting sites on the map
Click on the spot on the map to select that site. This selection only applies to the current report.
You can select more than one site by holding the Ctrl key while selecting on your additional choices. This works in the dropdown menu or on the map.
To see more information
Hover over a site on the map and you will see more information about the location.
Hover over a result on the map to obtain the result of that measurement.
Changing the page appearance and exporting data
Hover over a chart, and in the top right corner there are 3 dots - for more options.
Here you can choose to see the graph data as a table. If you see a blue "i" like above, it means there is too much data for the graph to show all of it. If this happens, choose "Export data" (under more options) to download a data file which includes all data including what can't be displayed in the graph or table.
Beside the 3 dots is a "Focus mode" button, which enlarges the chart to fill the space.