The best times to visit New South Wales Outback for ideal weather are
March 19th to May 27th
August 20th to November 4th
based on average temperature and humidity from NOAA (the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). Read below for more weather and travel details.
New South Wales Outback Travel Guide
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Weather in New South Wales Outback
Average temperatures in New South Wales Outback vary greatly. Considering humidity, temperatures feel very nice much of the year, but hot in the summer and cold in the winter with a very low chance of rain or snow throughout the year. The area is somewhat temperate — in the 55th percentile for pleasant weather — compared to tourist destinations worldwide. Weeks with ideal weather are listed above. If you’re looking for the very warmest time to visit New South Wales Outback, the hottest months are January, February, and then December. See average monthly temperatures below. The warmest time of year is generally early January where highs are regularly around 99.9°F (37.7°C) with temperatures rarely dropping below 71.8°F (22.1°C) at night.
New South Wales Outback Temperatures (Fahrenheit)
New South Wales Outback Temperatures (Celsius)
The way we experience weather isn’t all about temperature. Higher temperatures affect us much more at higher humidity, and colder temperatures feel piercing with high winds. Our perceived temperatures factor in humidity and wind chill to better represent how hot or cold the day feels to a person.
New South Wales Outback Perceived Temperature (F)
New South Wales Outback Perceived Temperature (C)
Average New South Wales Outback Temperatures by Month
Daily highs (averaged for the month) usually give the best indication of the weather. A significantly lower mean and low generally just means it gets colder at night.
|Month||Avg. High (°F)||Avg. Mean (°F)||Avg. Low (°F)|
|Month||Avg. High (°C)||Avg. Mean (°C)||Avg. Low (°C)|
Precipitation (Rain or Snow)
If dry weather is what you’re after, the months with the lowest chance of significant precipitation in New South Wales Outback are September, August, and then April. Note that we define “significant precipitation” as .1 inches or more in this section. The lowest chance of rain or snow occurs around early July. For example, on the week of July 2nd there are no days of precipitation on average. By contrast, it’s most likely to rain or snow in early to mid January with an average of 1 days of significant precipitation the week of January 8th.
When can you find snow in New South Wales Outback? Weather stations report no annual snow. Please note that a value of 0 for snow in the graph below may either mean there was no snow, or that snow is unreported.
Chance of Precipitation
The graph below shows the % chance of rainy and snowy days in New South Wales Outback.
Snow on the Ground
The graph below shows the average snow on the ground in New South Wales Outback (in).
Average Rain and Snow by Month
|Month||Daily Chance of Rain||Average Snow Depth (in)||Total Precipitation (in)|
|Month||Daily Chance of Rain||Average Snow Depth (cm)||Total Precipitation (cm)|
Humidity and Wind
New South Wales Outback has some comfortably humid months, and dry months in the opposite season. The least humid month is December (21.9% relative humidity), and the most humid month is June (59.4%).
Wind in New South Wales Outback is usually moderate. The windiest month is January, followed by December and October. January’s average wind speed of around 10.5 knots (12.1 MPH or 19.5 KPH) is considered “a gentle breeze.” Maximum sustained winds (the highest speed for the day lasting more than a few moments) are at their highest in early to mid January where average top sustained speeds reach 16.4 knots, which is considered a moderate breeze.
Relative Humidity (%)
The graph below shows the average % humidity by month in New South Wales Outback.
The graph below shows wind speed (max and average) in knots.
Average Wind Speeds
Show Wind Speeds
All wind speeds are in knots. 1 knot = 1.15 MPH or 1.85 KPH.
|Month||Avg. Wind||Avg. Wind Feel||Sustained High Wind||High Wind Feel|
|Jan||10.5||Gentle breeze||15.5||Significant breeze|
|Feb||9.8||Gentle breeze||14.8||Significant breeze|
|Mar||9.5||Gentle breeze||13.8||Significant breeze|
|Apr||8.4||Gentle breeze||12.5||Significant breeze|
|May||7.9||Gentle breeze||12||Significant breeze|
|Jun||7.9||Gentle breeze||12||Significant breeze|
|Jul||8.3||Gentle breeze||12.8||Significant breeze|
|Aug||8.6||Gentle breeze||13.3||Significant breeze|
|Sep||9.7||Gentle breeze||15.2||Significant breeze|
|Oct||10||Gentle breeze||15.4||Significant breeze|
|Nov||10||Gentle breeze||15.3||Significant breeze|
|Dec||10.3||Gentle breeze||15.7||Significant breeze|
Show Relative Humidity by Month
|Month||Avg. Relative Humidity|
Is it Safe to Travel to New South Wales Outback?
Our best data indicates this area is generally safe. As of Oct 07, 2019 there are no travel advisories or warnings for Australia; exercise normal security precautions. Check this page for any recent changes or regions to avoid: Travel Advice and Advisories. This advisory was last updated on Aug 22, 2019.
The Busiest and Least Crowded Months
The busiest month for tourism in New South Wales Outback, NW, Australia is January, followed by May and February. Prices for hotels and flights will be most expensive during these months, though you can save if you purchase well in advance. Tourists are unlikely to visit New South Wales Outback in October. Those willing to visit at these times will likely find it the least expensive month.
Estimated Tourism by Month
Most Popular Months to Visit
Overall New South Wales Outback Travel Experience by Season
Fall (March through May)
Humidity and temperatures combine to make this season feel warm. Highs range from 90.8°F (32.7°C) and 65.4°F (18.6°C) with colder temperatures in the later months. Rain is rare with 1 to 2 days of significant precipitation per month. Fall is the second busiest for tourism, which makes it a good time for those looking for things to do.
Winter (June through August)
The middle-year months have cold weather with high temperatures that are brisk. These months see the least precipitation with 1 to 2 days of precipitation per month. June – August is fairly slow season for tourism in New South Wales Outback, so lodging and other accommodations may cost slightly less.
Spring (September through November)
Spring daily highs range from 92.1°F (33.4°C) and 73.6°F (23.1°C), which will feel very nice given the humidity and wind. It rains or snows a normal amount: 1 to 3 days per month. Tourism is the slowest during these months due to the weather, so hotels may be affordably priced.
Summer (December through February)
Weather is perfect this time of year in New South Wales Outback to be enjoyable for warm weather travelers. The average high during this season is between 99.9°F (37.7°C) and 90.8°F (32.7°C). On average, it rains or snows a smalll amount: 2 to 3 times per month. These times of year are the busiest with tourists.