Not that it is actualy good having low pressure, but glad you have a new record.
My lowest is : 916.1 2013-09-12 :
At the time I questioned my hardware though found it to be true at the time. here is an exert from the BoM summary from 2013 :
Repeated heavy rain and flooding
Heavy rain and flooding affected various parts of Tasmania throughout the year, especially when low pressure systems or cold fronts crossed the state between July and November. A cold front that crossed on 4 July saw totals over 50 mm in the north, then a low and trough generated heavy rain across the northwest on the 14th. Another system brought heavy falls to elevated areas on 18 July, and a low caused persistent heavy rain in the southeast on the 21st and 22nd.
The pattern continued into August, with notable heavy falls on the 5th, 13th and 18th that brought flash and riverine flooding, especially to the north. More wet days followed in September, especially from the 9th to the 11th and again from the 17th to the 19th. Gray (Haven of Hope) recorded 119 mm in the 24 hours to 9 am on the 18th, and the South Esk and North Esk rivers flooded once more. October was yet another wet month, especially in the west, then in November there was local heavy rain and flooding three times as low pressure systems passed close to the state: Gray recorded 258 mm in the 24 hours to 9 am on 13 November.
(Though here in Tasmania they do not equate to Tropical Low Pressure "Cyclones") as they did when I lived in the Pilbara Region of Western Australia (Dampier/Karratha) for 22 odd years (plagued by cyclones).
The worst we had Officially recorded there was :
Cyclone Orson in 1989 23 April
250 km/h (155 mph) Though our Radar on East Intercourse Island at the time was smashed to pieces and the last local recordings we had where 360 km/h.925 hPa (27.31 inHg)
Local Category (5)
$25 million in Damages.
Orson made landfall near Dampier as a strong category five however damage was minimal due to the storms fast speed and small wind field and the fact our buildings where built to Cat5 standards. Severe damage was however reported on an offshore drilling rig and five people drowned after their boat capsized in rough seas. Before landfall, Orson was the fourth most intense cyclone ever recorded in Australian waters.
Hope you do not get many more low pressure events in the future.