What Happens When You Travel To Australia in the Summer?
Which means Aussies celebrate their Christmas at the height of summer. Which also means they get to do more things they otherwise couldn’t do if they were in the wintry, arctic regions on the Northern Hemisphere.
“Blessed be the Australian summer.
But watch out: the Australian summer can be very hot and unforgiving, but this is just fine as long as you keep a handy bottle of sunscreen with you and arm yourself with a good pair of UV-proof sunglasses.
For Aussie families, summer generally is the time to hit the beach and frolic in the waters. Summer also marks the mid-year break for students; instead of spring break, they enjoy summer holidays or Christmas holidays.
Even business people who like to keep busy with work even during the holidays prefer to leave their freezing homelands and travel Australia to seek its cosy warmth.
Before you get any misplaced ideas about Australia as being just pure hard summer.
You have to realize that Australia is such a large country that each region experiences different weather patterns.
Up north where the tropical rainforests reign, it’s mainly high temperatures and high humidity and distinct wet and dry seasons.
In the center of the country, where the Outback sprawls, it’s dry, desert regions with high daytime temperatures and occasional bursts of rain.
In the south are the temperate regions with moderate rainfall and temperatures ranging from hot to cold.
To travel Australia in all its entirety is to witness nature’s awesome and breathtaking display of colors, heat, frenzy, and vibrancy.
It’s a land of extremes: one moment you could be enjoying a runny pistachio ice cream under the scorching sun, the next, you could be snuggling tight with a loved one under the velvety pouring rain.
There’s no perfect weather in which to travel Australia.
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Tom, Ellen and the Spice time Band celebrating Christmas in Australia.
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