New South Wales is an all year place to vist. For the warmest months you are looking at Nov – March as a rule of thumb though it can very hot so beware. If you want to ski then its June-Sept. April, May and Sept are great activity/touring months and ideal for self drives.
New South Wales has a temperate climate with warm to hot summers and cool winters. It is hottest in the north-west and the coldes areas are in the Snowy Mountains.
Whilst you can visit all year round the weather has 2 extremes. Nov-April can be very wet and some areas and roads impassable. The summers are tropical and very hot. Ultimately the best time to visit would be the dry season from April – October.
Around the red centre (Uluru etc) the weather is pretty good all year round so you should not be put off.
In the tropical Top End, during the day between 30 and 35 degrees all year round. The dry season (May – October) has warn sunshine days and the wet season (November – April) is humid stormy and hot. Inland, there are four distinct seasons. Winter (June – August) has warm days and cool nights while summer (December – February) is very hot with temperatures in the high 30s.
The warm summers (November to March), and lovely mild winters (April to October), make Queensland a perfect year round destination.
The climate on the Queensland coast ranges from humid and hot in the North to comfortable cool temperatures in the southeast. Inland, to the West it can bake in the summer with very little if any rainfall.
South Australia is suitable for travelling all year round. In the summer (May – Sept) take care when venturing inland as it can get very hot.
Hot summers and cool winters are the norm here and the coastal regions are suitable all year round for a holiday. If driving see our Useful information guide.
October to April are when the weather is at its best. In their winter it can be wet and chilly at night.
Tasmania has a maritime climate with four noticeable seasons. Summer (December to March) is warm, Autumn (March to May) has sunny days and plenty of colour, winter (June to August) is cold and spring (September to November) is fresh. Rainfall varies across the Island. Hobart is Australia's second-driest capital city while the west coast can be very rainy.
Victoria is an year round State to visit. There are several sporting events in Melbourne, taking part across the year. For walking holidays Victoria’s Spring (October and November) and Autumn (April, May) are ideal. The Grampians are perfect in the summer and skiing is available in the winter.
Victoria has a mild climate with four noticeable seasons: warm to hot summers, mild autumns, cool to cold winters and cool springs. The climate varies in different parts of the State and be careful in the summer when some parts can get very very hot.
The best time to visit the northern part of WA is during the dry season (April – September) when temperatures are not as hot getting to places is easier with many roads closed in the wet. (October – March) The southern part of the state is an all-year round destination, with lovely cool winters and sunny, pleasant hot summers.
WA’s tropical north the dry season (April – September) has long warm, sunny days The wet season (October – March) is hot and humid with tropical storms. The temperate south where Perth is located has more a 4 season climate and their summers are fabulous.