Climate

Climate in Canberra, ACT

Canberra normally faces a continental climate that is dry with summers that are warm to hot, and winters cool to cold with regular frost and intense fog. Winters are generally quite sunny during daytime with some wind. Autumn is the steadiest season, with stable temperature, rainfall and wind. The city is colourful with autumn red, […]

Climate in Darwin, Northern Territory

Over a third of the Northern Territory, also known as the ‘Top End’, is located north of the Tropic of Capricorn. The majority of the state is primarily flat or rising and falling with a peak of up to about 200 meter in elevation, with widespread coastal swamps or wetlands in many parts. The central […]

Climate in Perth, Western Australia

The size of Western Australia covers more than 2.5 million square kilometers and has a number of varies climates. The farther you move from the coast line the temperature will increase and the rainfall decreases. These different climate zones vary from the north Kimberly, which has summers known also as the wet season, which can […]

Climate in Hobart, Tasmania

The climate of Tasmania is affected by a slight continental effect, for example on the coast the daily temperature is on average about 7°C, however, the further inland you go it can be double that. The climate of the island is classified as temperate maritime because there is nowhere on the island that is farther […]

Climate in Adelaide, South Australia

South Australia consumes a third of the central southern half of Australia with the ocean on the south side. From the beginning of the Great Australian Bight, which is located on the western border, the coastline of South Australia runs southeast to the Victorian border. Along this path there is to bodies of water, the […]

Climate in Brisbane, Queensland

The average temperature of the coastal strip is influenced by the warm waters of the Coral and Tasman Seas, which on the whole, keep the region free from extremes of temperature and offer moisture for precipitation. The yearly normal rainfall along the coastal strip is usually within the range of 1000 to 1600 millimeters. Escalating […]

Climate in Sydney, New South Wales

The weather in New South Wales is pleasantly mild and comfortable. This area is rarely affected from extreme heat and cold. However the most southern areas are generally extremely cold and the northwest regions are more in the hotter temperatures. The Great Divide that runs from the north to the south on the east side […]

Climate in Melbourne, Victoria

The average weather in Victoria is determined by a wide array of climate zones. The Malle region, located in the northwest to the snowfields in the northeastern part of Victoria, The average rainfall typically varies from less the 250 millimeters in parts of Malle to an ample amount of up to 1800 millimeters of much […]

Climate in Australia

Australia is located in the southern hemisphere and has a wide range of climate zones. On the island itself the temperatures vary from below zero to sometimes higher than 50° Celsius. The temperature will differ from the more tropical regions of the North to the more temperate regions of the southern part of the island. […]