Sydney is one of the most populated cities in Australia. Nestled on the east coast of Australia, this capital city engulfs the largest natural harbor in the world and stretches a total of seventy kilometers on its borders with Hawkesbury to its north, Blue Mountains to its west and Macarthur to its south. A total of six hundred fifty eight suburbs make up Sydney in addition to fifteen adjoining regions and forty local governments. Statistics show that just last year a total of 5,029,768 people have already inhabited this remarkable city.
Even if Sydney has been coined as one of the most expensive cities worldwide, according to a Mercer Quality of Living Survey done in 2014, the city still ranks tenth in the world when it comes to the quality of living, which basically means Sydney is one of the most livable cities in the world. In terms of economy, Sydney is also booming. This city made it to the top 15 as the most visited cities all over the world with its iconic tourist attractions such as the Sydney Tower, Sydney Harbour and Sydney Harbour Bridge; it’s easy to see why throngs of people find themselves in this amazing city.
In terms of weather, a lot of people who haven’t been to Sydney want to know what the weather is like there. Well, the people in Sydney enjoy very mild winters, balmy summers but experience a generally sunny climate, which is why people there are often seen enjoying the outdoors. If you plan to visit the area, it would be best to know what the weather is like so you can plan and adjust your itinerary and your outfit while you’re on vacation.
Summers in Sydney fall between the months of December and February. The average temperature of summer ranges between 18.6 and 25.8°C (65.5 – 78.4°F). This is the perfect time to go to their scenic beaches and bask in the sun. Make sure to pack cotton dresses, shirts and summer shorts if you intend to travel in any of these months. The autumn season falls between March to May and this is when the humidity plummets and the temperate ranges between 14.6 and 22.2°C (58.3 – 72°F). This is the season where you can get to enjoy fresh, clean air. It’s the perfect time to go trekking or to simply enjoy long walks along Sydney’s coastline.
In winter, which falls on the months of June, July and August, the average temperature will fall between 8.8 and 17°C (47.8 – 62.6°F). The highest chances of rainfall will be in the month of June with July being the coolest month during the entire winter season.
And lastly in spring the days are relatively warmer but it’s not as humid as summer. The average temperature ranges between 11 and 23°C (51.8 – 73.4°F).
This is the weather and climate in Sydney in a nutshell. This is what you’ll be expecting in the months you’ll be visiting Sydney.
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