Climate in Sydney Australia, How to Enjoy It

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If you are thinking about climate in Sydney Australia, you are probably looking for information about the weather and how to enjoy it.

So here is information about:

  • weather,
  • average monthly Sydney temperature,
  • what sort of clothes should you wear, if you are visiting Sydney,
  • how will you enjoy the monthly weather and what are some of the things to do in Sydney every season.

Click on the headlines below to get answers to all these questions.

You will see a new page for each season that will give you a brief description of the monthly weather and some of the big events that happen during those months.

Summer Climate in Sydney

Summer is packed with events. Read about Christmas in Australia and New Years Eve, the Sydney Festival, the "Twilight at Taronga Zoo" concerts, Australia Day, Chinese New Year, Mardi Gras.

What to Do in Autumn

You can

  • go to various ethnic festivals to see some of the multicultural traditions in this city,
  • take your kids to the Royal Easter Show to see and play with farm animals and have a great day out,
  • celebrate the Anzac Day,
  • see the Opera House in beautiful colours during the Vivid Sydney festival.

Sydney Climate in Winter

It is the season of the film festival and the winter festival.

Did you know that Australians celebrate Christmas in July? Well not exactly, it is just an excuse to get people to enjoy the winter. In addition you have the good food and wine festival to continue with gourmet eating.

And you can start to get fit for the spring with some running at the "City to Surf" event.

How to Enjoy the Spring

Go to Bondi Beach to fly kites or enjoy the sculptures by the sea. Or to Darling Harbour for a bit of Latin dancing or simply to sample fresh seafood at the fish market.

Then there's the Australian car lovers show and Christmas shopping. It starts very early, almost from the first days in Ocotber.

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