• Australia is a geographically diverse country with different climatic zones.
  • Australia is a part of southern hemisphere and features a very pleasant climate through the year.
  • Australia’s summer lasts from December to March, whereas winter runs from June to August.
  • Australian Capital Territory– Canberra, the capital territory of Australia features hot, dry summers, and cold winters with occasional fog and frequent frosts. The average temperature in summers may last around 30°C to 15°C; in winters it would be around 11°C to 0°C.
  • New South Wales– It’s a subtropical climate region of Australia which covers cities such as Sydney, Coffs Harbour, Armdale, etc. The weather in NSW is slightly humid in summers, and mildly cold during winters. The average temperature in summers would be around 22°C to 40°C; in winters it would be around 17°C to 8°C.
  • Northern Territory– Northern Territory is very large and has two distinct climates and seasons, the ‘Wet’ (October to April) and the ‘Dry’ (May to September). This region includes, Darwin, Katherine, Kakadu and Arnhem Land. The average temperature in the wet season may range from 33°C to 25°C; whereas in the dry season, the temperature might move around 35°C to 21°C.
  • Queensland– Queensland is a mixture of both warm summers and mild winters. The region has a sub-tropical humid climate which comprises two seasons. This region covers Brisbane. During summers the average temperature ranges from 20°C to 30°C; while in winters it would be around 20°C to 10°C.
  • South Australia– South Australia is the perfect choice to get away from the chill. This region features a very delightful weather characterized by sunshine throughout the year. Adelaide is one of the major cities in South Australia. The summers spans from December to February with mild temperatures ranging from 17°C to 30°C. Winters runs from June to August with average temperature ranging from 15°C to 6°C.
  • Tasmania– If you love snow falls, then Tasmania will surely please you. The region has four distinct weather with warmest months ranging from December to March. Most people in this region live in towns and cities near the coast. The average temperature in summers would be around 25°C to 10°C; in winters it would be around 11°C to 4°C.
  • Victoria– This region covers Melbourne and has a very diverse climate. Victoria’s weather is wetter and colder as compared to other parts of Australia. From warm summers to pleasant springs to mild autumns, and chilly winters, Victoria has everything from everyone. The average temperature in summers would be around 26°C to 15°C; in winters it would be around 13°C to 6°C.
  • Western Australia– Known as Perth’s own Island paradise, Western Australia is a traveler’s delight lauded for its long days of sunshine, clear blue skies, and shiny beaches. The average temperature in summers would be around 31°C to 18°C; in winters it would be around 17°C to 7°C.
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