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Climate And Seasons Of Western Australia

Climate And Seasons Of Western Australia - MyDriveHoliday

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Western Australia Climate


Western Australia takes up one-third of the continent, and has a large variety of landscapes that matches the huge differences in its climate. The north side experiences tropical humidity while the deserts are dry and the South-West gets dry summers and wet winters.

Maximum and Minimum Average Temperatures In Perth, Western Australia (Celsius)


Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Max 31 31 30 26 22 19 19 19 20 23 26 29
Min 18 18 17 14 10 8 8 8 9 11 14 16
Rain 16 9 19 37 87 133 153 123 87 41 23 10

RAIN – Rainfall in mm

Maximum and Minimum Average Temperatures In Perth, Western Australia (Fahrenheit)


Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Max 88 88 86 79 72 66 66 66 68 73 78 84
Min 64 64 62 57 50 46 46 46 48 52 57 61
Rain 0.63 0.35 0.75 1.46 3.42 5.24 6.02 4.84 3.42 1.61 0.9 0.4

RAIN – Rainfall in Inches

School Holidays in Western Australia


The summer break is between mid-December to late January. There are two week breaks between terms, in mid-April, early July and late September.

In Western Australia, the Queen's Birthday is celebrated on the first Monday of October and Labor Day is celebrated on the first Monday of March. Western Australia Day is observed on the first Monday of June. Read more on Public Holidays in Australia.

Summer


The weather in December is not as warm as it is in January and February. Temperatures are at their highest during these months, so it's not a surprise that everyone is at the beaches. Bring your hat, sunglasses and sunscreen, and make sure to pre-book your campervans and accommodations.

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Autumn


The days are still sunny in March, and the temperature gets cooler in April and May. You can expect warm days, cool nights and great weather for camping in Autumn, but also be prepared for the occasional rainfall. Remember to pack some warm clothes and a rain jacket. Make sure you don't forget with our Australian Camping Checklist.

Winter


There are only a few warm days in June, and July and August can get very wet. If you are traveling during these months, make sure to have your rain jacket and plenty of warm clothing. 

Spring


Most people will say that Spring is the best time to visit Western Australia, since the days are warm and the nights are cool, with limited rainfall. September still gets a few rain showers, while October and November offer excellent weather for outdoor activities. You still need warm clothes for the evenings, but bring some sunscreen as well when you're enjoying the sun.

Planning a trip to a city in Western Australia? Read about The Best Time To Visit Perth and Broome.

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Source: Google Maps

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