Weather for Bushwalkers

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Australia covers a very broad range of climates. They vary from the tropics in the north to a cool maritime environment in the south. While most areas have recognised 'best' times of the year to visit, bushwalkers cannot always go at those times. It can also be difficult deciding what is really the 'best' time. To help with planning for any time of the year, these weather graphs are presented for some of the major walking areas around Australia. The graph pages can also be accessed from each walk or walking region.

Tasmania

Cradle Mountain
Lake St Clair
Central Plateau
Mt Field Plateau
Mt Wellington
Tasman Peninsula
Freycinet Peninsula
South West Inland Valleys
South West Mountain Ranges
South Coast (Cockle Creek)
South West Coast (Port Davey)
West Coast (Cape Sorrell)

Victoria

Queensland

New South Wales

Great North Walk
Hume & Hovell Track

South Australia

Western Australia

 Graph Explanation

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Last updated : December 8th 2015