Climate in Sydney Australia
Climate in Sydney Australia Autumn
Climate in Sydney Australia in autumn is great. It is warm and cosy.
Perfect to go to the beach and avoid the strong summer sun.
And the water is even warmer than during the previous months.
March and April can bring a bit more rain, well, more by Australian standards, which are very low in terms of rainfall, as drought rules in this country.
Days are getting shorter and the month of May will be cooler, so you will need a jacket to throw over your summer clothes.
Climate in Sydney Australia Autumn Is Full of Events
March is the first month of autumn, but temperatures continue to be high with daily average maximum of 25 degrees C (77oF) and minimum of 17 (63oF).
It is very nice to go the beach as the water is really warm, warmer than in summer.
- The summer concerts at Taronga Zoo continue during March. The concerts benefit from the extraordinary views of the harbour.
The performances and setting sell tickets very quickly.
- March is also the month of the Greek festival when the Greek community celebrates their lifestyle and cultural values with both free events and ticketed shows.
April has average temperatures of 22 degrees C (72oF) maximum and 15 minimum (59oF).
- It is the month of the Royal Easter show with a long tradition of entertainment for kids and adults at the Sydney Olympic Park. There is carnival, farm animals and pets on show, fresh produce and much more. And fireworks every night.
- The Anzac Day on 25 April is a public holiday.
All Australians celebrate their heroes. In Sydney they bring flowers to the Cenotaph in Martin Place to remember the people who fought in wars.
Average May temperatures vary between a maximum of 19 and minimum of 11 degrees C (66oF /52oF ).
- It is still nice and warm to organise some festivals like the celebration of Darling Harbour which was 21 years old in 2009, or
- the Vivid Sydney festival, which lights up the Opera House.
- The Sydney writers' festival in May is an event for writers and booklovers of all ages.
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