Weather in Australia in November
Is November a good time to visit Australia
Weatherwise November is a fine time to visit anywhere in Australia, as summer kicks in ahead of the onslaught of the major tourist season in December. In the north (Darwin in the Northern Territory and northern Queensland) it may be a little wet with the arrival of daily thundershowers, but these are brief and heavy, not impacting on the holiday atmosphere of the largely sunny tropical region.
Temperatures taper off as you head south, but it will still be warm and sunny right down to Melbourne and Adelaide – only Tasmania in the extreme south is likely to be mild to cool.
Climate in Australia in NovemberAcross Australia November sees stable, sunny weather, with maybe a touch of “the wet” beginning in the tropical north. The beaches in Sydney begin to be busy with temperatures in the city reaching a pleasant high of 24°C (75°F) with predominantly sunny skies, and in Melbourne, Victoria, it is marginally cooler with the thermometer hovering between 22°C (71.6°F) and 11°C (51.8°F), but summer is in the air. Perth in Western Australia has temperatures similar to Sydney, but it is much drier.
The Gold Coast of Queensland warms up to 27°C (80.6°F) with high humidity and the average rainfall for the month is 137mm as the wet season encroaches. The farther north one travels, the hotter it gets.
Darwin, too, remains hot and humid, while inland at Alice Springs and Uluru the desert region becomes a little too hot to handle, with temperatures in the low 30°C (86°F).