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Port Elliot, Australia
Port Elliot, Australia | © COLM TOWNSEND

Current water temperature on the Australia coast. Forecast of changes in water temperature. Historical data.

Water temperature in Australia today


Most popular locations in Australia over the past week

Conditions of sea water on beaches in Australia

Now in the beaches in Australia, the water temperature ranges from cool to comfortable and warm.

The water temperature in Australia has increased both over the past 10 days and over a month.

Streaky Bay, Australia
Streaky Bay, Australia | © Mark Harman-Smith

Today the warmest water in Australia is recorded in Alyangula. Its value in this location is 88°F. And the coldest one is in Ceduna, its value 62°F.

The trend can be seen on the graph. It shows the change in average sea surface temperature over the past two months.

For the two most popular locations for swimming in Australia, the graphs of changes in the average water temperature throughout the year are as follows:

We process, analyze and store data for every beach and city in Australia. Below is a table with current weather data and trends in some places of the country.

Gold Coast81°F76°F
Noosa Heads82°F77°F
Nelson Bay73°F69°F
Sunshine Coast81°F77°F
Port Noarlunga71°F69°F
Batemans Bay73°F64°F

Climate in Australia

North Shore, Australia
North Shore, Australia | © Stephen Gudgeon

Australia is in Australia and Oceania. The country is washed by four seas, such as the Indian Ocean, Arafura Sea, Coral Sea, Tasman Sea. Australia is a large resort country and has a long coastline. To determine the temperature of the water in it, we track 230 settlements and resorts.

Due to its huge size and unique geographical position, the country has a wide variety of climatic conditions - from subequatorial regions in the north to temperate marine in the south. Hot and humid northern parts of the country are replaced by semi-desert tropical central regions, and the southern and southeastern coasts belong to the subtropic zone, with a rather pleasant warm climate. Tasmania is the “coldest» region of the country with a temperate climate, but there are also enough sites that are excellently suitable for recreation. Therefore, you should carefully consider the choice of a place of rest, taking into account the climatic characteristics of the country. The hottest time of the year is from November to January, at which time throughout the country the temperature is from +20 C to +32 oC, and in the central regions it can reach up to + 38-42 o C. Moreover, already within 1.5 - 2 hours after sunset, the temperature can drop by 10-12 o C. On the Pacific coast and the islands of the Great Barrier Reef the weather at this time is milder. It is relatively cold in June - August, the temperature rises no higher than + 15-18 o C, and in the temperate zone it sometimes drops to 0 o C. In winter, rains are frequent. From May to August - the perfect time to travel, September - December - the peak season.

Australia: regions

We show the surface temperature of the water in the following regions of the country:

Booker Bay, Australia
Booker Bay, Australia | © Joel Dibben

Australia: oceans and seas

We monitor the following oceans and seas that wash the country. Just go to the page for a specific reservoir and see the temperature in all settlements on the coast.

Find out the temperature of sea water in more than 12000 cities and resorts around the world. Water surface temperature values are available in real time. There is a forecast of water temperature changes for the next few days, as well as historical data of sea surface temperature are available for all days of the last years.

We use data from various sources, including National Centers for Environmental Information (NOAA), meteorological services of different countries, data received from more than a thousand buoys around the world, satellite systems for scanning the surface of the oceans and seas.

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