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Monday, November 20, 2017

When to Go to Sydney?

The ideal time to visit Sydney is throughout the long summer starting from late spring through to early autumn. The spring months of October and November are enjoyable with the warm days and evenings, although the ocean is slightly cool for swimming until later November usually. The summer months of December through February are generally hot and humid but comfortable. Another nice time to visit Sydney is in the early-autumn months of March and April when the weather is usually clear, sunny and comfortable while the ocean is still warm for swimmers. The coolest winter months of July and August are normally mild and sunny.

What to do & see in Sydeny?

Favorite things to do in Sydney

Sydney Sightseeing The metropolitan city of Sydney is a very popular place for tourists, with many varied attractions. To start, Featherdale is a privately owned...

Interesting Information about Sydney

  • Sydney is one of the largest cities in land size, with over 1580 square kilometres across, making it much larger than most other major cities. There are about a million and a half liveable buildings in Sydney.
  • Sydney has a mild to warm climate but it is quite different in summer to winter where temperatures can get low at night through some months of July especially. In summer, the temperatures are usually very good, not too hot but just right. There are times when that can change as there have been a number of periods where the weather in Sydney or NSW would get very hot for days. Most often though Sydney has a great climate but it is like anywhere, the weather can change. Since Sydney is also mainly close to the sea then that can often mean the weather can be a lot more unpredictable at times. The average Sydney summer maximum temperature is 25.5 C, and the average winter maximum is 16C.

Sydney Suburbs to Visit


Ultimo is located in the inner-city of Sydney and is located 2 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of the...


Newtown, is a popular Inner West Sydney suburb and is located about 4 kms south-west of the Sydney central business district. King Street is...


Ryde is located 13 km north-west of Sydney central and 8 km east of Parramatta. Ryde is the third oldest settlement in Australia, after Sydney...


Burwood is an Inner West suburb only 15 minutes in the train from Sydney and located 12 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD. Burwood Train...