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Marino, Australia
Marino, Australia | © Lee Merchant

South Australia: water temperature today

#minimal
60°F
#average
64°F
#maximum
66°F

South Australia: an overview of the state of water on the beaches

Now in all places of the region the water temperature is generally cool. Although there are places where it is practically in the comfort zone.

The water temperature in the region tends to decrease, its value has decreased both over the past 10 days and over the month.

Adelaide, Australia
Adelaide, Australia | © Ross Smith

Today the warmest water in the region is recorded in Marino. Its value in this location is 67°F. And the coldest one is in Ceduna, its value 60°F.

The general trend can be seen on the graph. It shows the change in the average value, calculated at all points in the South Australia region over the past two months.

For the two most popular locations for swimming in the region, the graphs of changes in the average water temperature throughout the year look like this:

Table with current weather data and trends in general in some cities in the region

CityWaterAir
Adelaide66°F56°F
Port Noarlunga66°F56°F
Glenelg67°F56°F
Ceduna60°F58°F
Streaky Bay60°F56°F
Gulf St Vincent66°F59°F
Christies Beach66°F56°F
Port Lincoln63°F58°F
Victor Harbor64°F58°F
Port Willunga66°F56°F
Kingscote64°F54°F
Encounter Bay65°F58°F
Port Elliot65°F58°F
Seacliff66°F56°F
Tumby Bay64°F58°F
Port Elliot, Australia
Port Elliot, Australia | © Paul Monis

South Australia: oceans and seas

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