Yes, however that is not what Rob was asking. He asked if it was 34.9 or 35.0 and not 34.9 or 35°C.
In that case, it might be possible to check that at somewhere like ogimet.com or weatherobs.com if that is a major station (even if that is one with a prefix which starts with 99 rather than 03, that might still show up at weatherobs.com).
That would then help to remove any confusion and clarify the situation.
I've just did that check myself and according to Meteomanz, Charlwood is a major station with a WMO code of 03769, so it should send out detailed SYNOP/BUFR codes similar to what goes out from Gogarbank here in Edinburgh.
Yesterday's maximum temperature was sent as part of the raw SYNOP code that station for 18z, and went out again as part of the 21z raw SYNOP code.
That raw SYNOP code shows that yesterday's maximum temperature at Charlwood was actually 35.0°C even to the nearest 0.1°C, and not 34.9°C.
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14 August 2022 07:57:11
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