Best time to swim in Australia Sea temperature by month

Do you want to go to the seaside in Australia? But when should you go to be sure to enjoy good sea water temperature and be able to swim for a long time? Now or another month during the year? On this page, find the sea temperature by month in Australia.

Swimming in Australia by month

Discover swimming conditions in detail in Australia by month below. Click on the links for each month to see details about the sea temperature in the cities of: Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane (Queensland), Cairns and Darwin.

Month sea temperature Details
62°F to 87°F Sea temperature
in Australia in january
63°F to 87°F Sea temperature
in Australia in february
63°F to 87°F Sea temperature
in Australia in march
62°F to 87°F Sea temperature
in Australia in april
60°F to 85°F Sea temperature
in Australia in may
58°F to 80°F Sea temperature
in Australia in june
56°F to 79°F Sea temperature
in Australia in july
55°F to 80°F Sea temperature
in Australia in august
55°F to 82°F Sea temperature
in Australia in september
56°F to 86°F Sea temperature
in Australia in october
59°F to 88°F Sea temperature
in Australia in november
61°F to 89°F Sea temperature
in Australia in december

* in at least part of the area.

Where and when should you swim in Australia?

Sydney

Best time to swim in Sydney

The best months for swimming in Sydney are %MONTHS.

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Adelaide

Best time to swim in Adelaide

The best months for swimming in Adelaide are %MONTHS.

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Brisbane (Queensland)

Best time to swim in Brisbane (Queensland)

It is possible to swim all year in Brisbane (Queensland).

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Cairns

Best time to swim in Cairns

It is possible to swim all year in Cairns.

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Darwin

Best time to swim in Darwin

It is possible to swim all year in Darwin.

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Other cities and places in Australia:

Water temperatures in Australia over the entire year

On this chart, we show you the variation of the average sea water temperature in Australia for the cities of: Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane (Queensland), Cairns and Darwin.

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