NSW is one Australian state that seems to be blessed with constantly agreeable weather. With the exception of the Snowy Mountains in the southern area (where cold days and white winters are to be expected), most of the region gets warm summers and cool winters that seldom get too hot or cold. Prepare for your trip with What To Pack For Your Australian Self-Drive Holiday.
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Summer holidays start in mid-December. Students also get two weeks off between terms, in mid-April, late June and mid-September.
In NSW, the Queen's birthday is celebrated on the second Monday of June while Labor Day is celebrated on the first Monday of October. Easter Saturday is also observed. You can read more on special holidays in Australian Public Holidays.
Tourists and locals will flock NSW in December, so early reservations on motorhomes and campgrounds are a must. MyDriveHoliday has great campervans from Australia's top brands. Just enter your travel dates and locations in the Quote Calculator on the right side of the page to get a list of available vehicles. Find Caravan Parks In New South Wales.
January and February are the hottest months of the year, making hats, sunglasses and the all-important sunscreen the most essential items in your bags.
You can still enjoy several sunny days in March and April, while the temperature begins to dip in May. Autumn also gets plenty of rainfall, which means you'll need a rain jacket together with your sunscreen.
Expect some rainfall in June, as Autumn starts to leave. The days will be cool in July and August, and the evenings will be close to cold. Bring a winter jacket and several warm clothes when visiting in Winter.
Although September can still hold some cool winter weather, the temperature becomes more pleasant in October and November. Spring offers warm days and mild evenings, perfect for outdoor activities. You'll still need some warm clothing for occasional cool nights.
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