For your exotic vacation
It's summer all year round on your exotic vacation !
With the average temperatures ranging from 21ºC to
32ºC, Queensland has a tropical to subtropical climate. Summer provides the coastal cities and
resorts with the benefit of colling sea breezes while winter in Queensland has one of the world's most delightful
climates. The days are usually fine and sunny with mild to warm temperatures. Nights are generally cool and early
morning temperatures can be crisp.
The Whitsundays enjoys a tropical climate of hot summers, warm winters and
bright Sping and Autumn days. Average daily temperatures range from just over 23 degrees celcius in the Winter
months of June and July and up to 30.5 degrees celcius in January during the height of the summer. Water
temperatures remain a welcoming 25 degrees celcius all year round. The tropical wet season occurs during January to
March when days can be steamy and the summer heat is often broken with tropical showers.
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Norfolk Island has balmy and sub-tropical summers averaging 24 degrees celcius
with sunny winter days around 20 degrees.
Lord Howe Island
Lord Howe island is sub-tropical and has summers averaging 26 degrees celcius
and around 19 degrees in winter