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When is the best time to relax in Australia?

To determine the dates of travel to distant Australia, you need to have a clear idea of ​​the purpose of the trip. In addition, it is important to understand that it’s unlikely that you can see it all at once, because Australia is a country with a huge territory. This means that we have yet to determine a specific region.

In Australia, two climatic zones dominate: tropical and temperate. To get the most out of the tropics, take a trip from April to September. At present, they are good for visiting the Great Barrier Reef, the cities of Cairns, Darwin, Broome and Kimberly.

When is the best time to relax in Australia?

In principle, this climatic zone contains 40% of the country’s territory, that is, all the northern and western regions. Here, the climate is determined by two seasons: a tropical rainy summer, lasting from October to March, and arid winter, which begins in April and lasts until September inclusive. At this time, the temperature ranges from 17 to 28 degrees Celsius.

The entire south of the country is in the temperate zone, which means that the weather is amazing here at any time of the year. True, with some reservations.

For example, if in September-November the air temperature is about 20 degrees, in December-February it rises another 10-12 degrees. But from March to August it is cooler – from 7 to 20 degrees. Thus, for exploring cities such as Sydney and Melbourne, Canberra and Hobart, Adelaide and Perth, most months of the year are suitable, except for those when the sun does not spare either tourists or local residents.

Winter

When winter is on our calendar, a hot summer begins in most Australian regions. If you want to devote time to a beach vacation, then head to Darwin. Here from December to February, hot weather is guaranteed — 30 degrees, no less! The luxurious beaches near Brisbane – the Golden Coast and the Sunny Coast – are also ideal during this period. The average air temperature is about 29 degrees, and the water in the ocean is plus 25.

When is the best time to relax in Australia?

Even warmer these months in the Alice Springs and Ayers Rock districts, known for their natural attractions. To study them, we recommend choosing cooler periods, since with a heat of 35 degrees it is likely to get a sunstroke and spend the rest of the vacation indoors under the supervision of a doctor.

In Sydney, from December to February, a real “steam room”. The thermometer column can rise to a record 45 degrees, and at night drop to 25-30. Think about whether to go to the largest city in the country at this time? You can hardly get yourself out of an air-conditioned room. In addition, biting and sucking insects are activated in such heat. So, to visit Sydney it is better to choose a different season.

But in the south and west of the country at this time it is not so hot: the average temperature in the afternoon is at around 20 degrees. If the purpose of your visit is to visit natural and cultural attractions, then feel free to take tickets – excursions and trips will be completely not tiring.

Spring

In early spring, the rainy season begins in Sydney, but in Melbourne they are almost nonexistent. In general, at this time of the year the country is warm enough, but you should understand that this is natural autumn. Keep this in mind and keep in mind that winter is coming to the end of May, so you need to have time to visit the desert or go to the central part of Australia just before the end of May.

When is the best time to relax in Australia?

Summer

In the summer, ski resorts are opened in Australia, as the local winter comes into its own. In the southern parts, the thermometer rarely rises above 10 degrees. At this time, tourists come to such resorts as Perisher Blue, Buller and Selvin Snowfields. If you want heat, then go to the far north of the mainland – here and at this time of the year the weather is fine. Rains happen in some places, therefore, for example, it is better to refrain from a trip to Tasmania.

When is the best time to relax in Australia?

Autumn

The weather in Australia in the fall is most favorable, especially for exploring the sights and national parks. From September to November, spring weather is here – in all regions it starts to noticeably warm.

By November, the temperature in Melbourne reaches 20-22 degrees, and in Sydney at that time it can easily reach 24 degrees. In November, it is already quite possible to sunbathe in the resorts of Brisbane, and this tan will certainly turn out to be chocolate. At an air temperature of 27-28 degrees, the water is still cold – about 18-19 degrees.

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