What is the best time of the year to visit Australia?

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  1. timmartin profile imageSTAFF
    timmartinposted 9 years ago

    What is the best time of the year to visit Australia?

  2. Jangaplanet profile image67
    Jangaplanetposted 9 years ago

    May and September are the best time to visit . I have a hub about it check it out. http://hubpages/hub/beaches-here-are-the-top-10

  3. Huacanacha profile image59
    Huacanachaposted 9 years ago

    Australia is a very large country, so it really depends on where you plan to go and what you want to do.

    If good weather is you primary concern Spring and Autumn are ideal for visiting most parts of the country, with pleasant, warm and sunny conditions for the most part.  Personally I prefer October/November or March/April, which is a little closer to summer than in May or September as suggested by Jangaplanet.

    The Australian summer, which is December through February, can be very hot and is not the best time to visit the north of Australia (including the Great Barrier Reef and Kakadu)... this is monsoon season in the tropics with hot/humid conditions and the occasional cyclone thrown in.  South of the tropics you can expect scorching dry heat up to mid-40s Celsius (110+ Fahrenheit) in many places including the state capitols of Melbourne, Perth, and Adelaide, with the outback being even more extreme!  Sydney is also very hot in summer but tends to be wetter.

    Winter (June through August) can be a good time to visit northern Australia and the outback due to the more tolerable, tamed weather!

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    UrsulaRoseposted 9 years ago

    Not today, tomorrow or even the day after that as it is 40C+ where I live (hence i'm indoors on the computer and not outside).

  5. MayG profile image91
    MayGposted 9 years ago

    Huacanacha is pretty right.  Australia is a massive country with vast weather differences, so what is a lovely time of year in parts of the country, may not be the best time to go to other places.  If you're planning on seeing all of it, September is probably not a bad time to go, but places like Melbourne for example can still be chilly and wet and I've even been to Queensland in late August and had dreadful weather.  Much of Australia's weather is largely unpredictable.  If you like sporting events, the Australian Open in Melbourne in January is a fantastic event, as is the Melbourne Cup in November.  But it's pretty hot here today!

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    bhaveshdhanani03posted 9 years ago

    Not at this  time , as flood ruined australia, so australia will take some time to be a best.


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