Summer is almost over!
Are you looking for a place in Australia where to spend the rest of the summer days and enjoy the hot sun? Before you throw away your bikini or trunks, and any of your favorite summer outfits, why not enjoy the moment until autumn comes.
Indeed, Australia has four seasons – spring, summer, autumn and winter, and it is at its end month of summer, which starts in December. As Australia’s summer is now almost over, it is expected that the hot weather may vary as the next season draws closer. However, weather and climate is not stable depending on which part of Australia you are located or where you intend to be spending a summer escapade. Moreover, according to BM (Bureau of Meteorology), the warm days would be favorable on the southeast parts of Australia. More so, it has been forecasted by the same weather agency that between the months of February and April of this year, cooler nights and days would be most likely experienced at the northwestern parts, while more humid nights would be likely felt in the southwestern and northeastern areas of Australia.
Consequently, when you are planning to make your summer more memorable and meaningful, consider choosing the places you intend to visit. Here are several destinations you can consider:
Adelaide’s is a great place to visit this summer. When you are looking for real nature’s amazing trails, this is the perfect place to go cycling. The weather of the place during the week is mostly sunny and clear, so the trails would not be that slippery to enjoy the scene.
Brisbane is another favorite spot of tourists to visit all through the year because of its not so hot and not so wet climate conditions. This week, the city will experience Sunny chance on Sunday with partly cloudy in the midweek with minor chance of thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening. But, there will be rain showers at the end of the week. When you are at Brisbane, don’t fail to tour around boarding through the City Cat Ferry. You can likewise have fun with lots to do in Riverlife Adventure Center or simply wander at South Bank Parklands.
Similar to Brisbane, Sydney is a must-visit place all through the year. This February 19 to 24, a summer heat is experienced during the day, but partial clouds would be apparent in the afternoon and several isolated thunderstorm and showers during the night. The daytime can be a great timing to enjoy the Sydney Harbour, sightseeing over the Royal Botanic Gardens, and exploring the Sydney’s Opera House and a lot more.
Moreover, hit the mountains at Canberra’s Alpine, but take note of the showers and a chance of a storm on Monday. You can perhaps do the mountain hiking and biking after the midweek.
Not to forget, Perth is the best place to enjoy the waves. If you desire to visit the place, make sure to book ahead as summer is a peak for tourists. Temperature can go as high as 38°C on Feb. 21.