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Climate & Current Weather

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Climate

The southern parts of Australia have four distinct seasons and are the opposite of those in the northern hemisphere. When it is winter in Europe and North America, it is summer in Australia. You will hardly see snow, apart from the mountainous regions in eastern Victoria and southern New South Wales. Australia’s north is in the tropics. There are two seasons, the dry and the wet, and both have high temperatures around the year. The centre has typical desert climate, hot days and cold nights, which can be freezing in winter.
For today’s weather throughout Australia, go to the Australian Government’s Bureau of Meteorology website at www.bom.gov.au

Average Temperatures (high / Low In Celsius)

Winter Jun – Aug     Spring Sep – Nov      Summer Dec – Feb     Autumn Mar – May

Adelaide
Winter15 | 8 Spring22 | 12 Summer29 | 17 Autumn23 | 13
Alice Springs/Ayers Rock
Winter20 | 4 Spring31 | 15 Summer36 | 21 Autumn28 | 13
Brisbane/Gold Coast
Winter22 | 10 Spring27 | 16 Summer30 | 22 Autumn27 | 17
Cairns/Port Douglas
Winter26 | 17 Spring30 | 21 Summer32 | 24 Autumn29 | 22
Canberra
Winter12 | 0 Spring20 | 6 Summer29 | 14 Autumn21 | 7
Darwin
Winter31 | 19 Spring33 | 25 Summer32 | 25 Autumn33 | 24
Hobart
Winter12 | 5 Spring17 | 8 Summer22 | 13 Autumn18 | 9
Melbourne
Winter14 | 7 Spring20 | 11 Summer26 | 16 Autumn21 | 12
Perth
Winter18 | 8 Spring23 | 12 Summer31 | 18 Autumn26 | 14
Sydney
Winter17 | 9 Spring23 | 14 Summer27 | 20 Autumn23 | 15

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