Oh I love Australia weather. Spring in Australia is my most favorite time of the year.
Spring in Australia starts September and ends in November. Generally fine weather is expected but sometimes late spring might bring cyclones, strong wind and rain, especially to parts of the northern regions of Queensland, Western Australia and the Northern Territory, when the northern wet season begins around late October. I would spring is my favourite season of the year in Australia ever since I came here. Season’s average temperature varies roughly and irregularly. Ranging from around 12°C to 15°C and maximum averages of around 24°C to 27°C, which is pretty cool because it’s the perfect time for fashion, flower festivals and also perfect time for gardening. Depending on what area, differs the climate too, just like in the heart desert of Australia, its daytime temperature could be really hot and at night time could be very cold, while in some parts of northern Australian it’s seasons are more divided into two: wet and dry.
During spring, flower festivals being held all around Australia. It is also the best for any types of indoor and outdoor activities. It’s the best time to go for holidays because the weather is so neutral but expect weather changes that happens in one day, you may experience coldness in the morning and hot in mid-afternoon. Australia Spring is the best time to go to beaches and go for swimming will be in the mid and late time of spring season wherein it is a little bit warmer. October is the mid spring time, where daylight savings begins on the first 2 o’clock am Sunday in October and ends on the first 2 o’clock Sunday in April where clocks are put back to one hour. DAYLIGHT SAVINGS is a practice of setting clocks in advance of one hour during warmer months. It is also a matter of choice of individual states in the country. It was implemented within Australia in various forms since the early 1900s. It is observed in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, and the Australian Capital Territory.