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Weather Conditions for Tasman Peninsula


Temperatures are generally mild and excellent for walking. In summer there are some rare very hot days. Wind is more of a problem than temperature.


February is the driest month but walking in any season is reasonable.
Yearly rainfall is about 1180 mm
(47 inches).


For most of the year rain falls at least every second day. There are more rainy days here than on the Central Plateau so expect some wild wet weather.

Accuracy - Reasonable, only 15 years of records exist for the nearby convict town of Port Arthur. Tasman Island Lighthouse is often used for this area but that island has significantly less rainfall than the nearby peninsula.

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Last updated : December 7th 2015