Fair Dinkum Visit New South Wales

Australian Climate New South Wales

Written by Dave Peterson

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Traveling is fun. Going to new places and exploring new cultures is an altogether different experience. But, the experience also depends on many factors, one of which is climate. If you go a beautiful place, but the climate is taking toll on you, your experience can become e nightmare. It is very important to consider the climate before heading to any place.

The climate in Australia is quite varied. New South Wales, features mild climate. It is hot during summers and cool during winters. The eastern part features temperate weather, the southern coast features cool weather and the central coast features a humid weather.

The highest temperature in the state was recorded at Menindee which was 49.7 °C (121 °F) and the minimum temperature was recorded in Charlotte Pass in the Snowy Mountains which was −23 °C (−9 °F).

The Great Dividing Range’s western part forms the major portion of New South Wales. This region features an arid to semi arid climate. Throughout the region, the average rainfall ranges from 5.9 inches (150 mm) to 20 inches (500 mm) in a year. The rainfall is usually higher in the western slope of this region, around 24 inches (600 mm) and occurs almost through the year. new-south-wales-28582_640

The peaks of the Great Dividing Range can be normal to extreme cool. This season also features frosts and snowfalls. The summer season is rarely hot here. The rainfall in this region is moderate, from 24 inches (600 mm) to 59 inches (1,500 mm), occurring throughout the year. The peaks of Snowy Mountains witness heavy snow and cold temperature, typical subpolar oceanic climate. This also makes the Snowy Mountains a favorite among the travelers. This is a preferred place for the adventure enthusiasts. There are many adventure sports that carry out throughout the year.

father-656734_640The flat coastal plains towards the east of the range have cool oceanic climate in the sound and humid subtropical region at the far north of New South Wales. This area also receives the highest rainfall ranging from 31 inches (800 mm) to as high as 120 inches (3000 mm). The southern coast features heaviest rainfall in winter because of the cold frosts. The far north region receives heaviest rain in summer and even cyclones sometimes.

Sydney, the capital city if New South Wales enjoys a Mediterranean- style climate almost throughout the year. The days are bright and sunny. The summers vary from warm to hot and the winter season is mild, while it rains evenly round the calendar. The travelers love to head to the golden beaches of Sydney during summer. Some of the famous beaches here are Bondi Beach, Manly Beach, Palm Beach etc, where summers can be enjoyed thoroughly.

Best Climate To Visit New South Wales?

image001Their is no best season to visit, it depends on what you want, New South Wales offers so much.  You can plan a trip at anytime of the year in New South Wales. Every season has something to offer. During summers, you can enjoy the firework at the Sydney Harbour Bridge. For adventure and snow you can head to the Snowy Mountains or can do whale- watching in Sydney. Every season is amazing in the New South Wales.

About the author

Dave Peterson

Dave Peterson
Passion for adventure and sharing his life long journey with as many others as possible.

"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." HENRY S. HASKINS

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