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Australia in September: What to see and do during springtime!

Australia in September has got to be the best time to experience the beaches, enjoy the sunny weather, relaxing evenings and plentiful sunshine to lighten your days during your visit to Australia in the month of September.

Australia’s unique landscape has excitement packed in every corner, be it the beaches, the national parks or even the expansive metropolitans. Every avenue in Australia calls for a memorable experience in the down under. Enjoy spring in Australia where the winds blowing through your hair and the sun is out in all its glory. Not convinced yet? Find below the reasons why September is the best time to visit Australia :

What is the weather like in September?

Sydney city
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When is the best time to visit is a tricky question. Australia is large with a wide range of climates and can be visited all year round. The northern states are usually warm all year-round, while the southern states enjoy cooler winters. December to February is summer in the country March to May is autumn June to August is winter, and September to November is spring in Australia. The average high-temperature, in September, is 20°C (68°F) on warmer days, while the average low-temperature is 11.1°C (52°F) on cooler days.

Best Places To Tour In Australia During September

Welcome the Spring season in Australia with the best places to visit in Australia in September to enjoy the country in full glory:

1. Texas, Queensland

texas Queensland
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Texas in Queensland state is a little rural township that lies on the Dumaresq River in the Goondiwindi Region. This small town is a huge attraction in the month of September with the launch of the 12th annual Texas Country Music Roundup that usually takes place from the 24th until the end of September. Apart from the festival, this place is thriving with national parks and state forests so tourists can enjoy hiking amidst the wilderness.

2. Walhalla, Victoria

Walhalla, Victoria
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Take in the grand yellow colour of this lively place that makes for an excellent weekend getaway destination on the onset of Spring season in Australia. Sat at the edge of the Victorian Alps, back in the day this place was an isolated centre and was one of Australia’s richest gold mining towns. Currently, Walhalla is an old school heritage centre that is an absolute delight for tourists to visit in Australia in September.

3. Bowral, New South Wales

Bowral, New South Wales
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From September up to October first week, this town hosts the Tulip Time Festival that highlights 75,000 bright and blooming tulip types. You can always organise a day trip to the closeby Belmore Falls that cascade down from an exceptional height of 150m situated in the Morton National Park. You can enjoy bushwalking, mountain biking and completely unwind in this small town.

4. Mollymook, New South Wales

Mollymook, New South Wales
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Mollymook is part of Shoalhaven, a great hub for surfers and water lovers who like to spend their free time amidst the ocean waves and sandy beaches. Attain your spot and take in the good vibes while gazing directly at the ocean for long hours while you revel in tasty meals at one of the top dining choices available here along with excellent lodging options with views starring rare bottlenose dolphins and humpbacks.

5. Grampians National Park, Victoria

Grampians National Park
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Grampians National Park is an exemplary destination to embrace the start of Spring in Australia. It offers great scenic beauty as the park has a dynamic terrain from canyons, gorges, peaks and valleys encompassing it. You get to explore the mountainous territory of Australia and wonder at the beautiful display of wildflowers that are queued up in order that adds vibrant colours with a backdrop of woodlands, forests and heathlands. Definitely one of the best places in Australia in September.

6. Byron Bay, New South Wales

Byron Bay
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This place is perfect for surfing enthusiasts and adventure lovers. Byron Bay is a lovely town that flaunts a wonderful blend of scenery and weather, making this place is one of the prime attractions during springtime in Australia. Enjoy the peace and the chill atmosphere while roaming on the beach. A trip to Byron Bay is incomplete without taking a trip to the trademark landmark that is an iconic lighthouse which is built atop a cliff making it a picturesque place overlooking the ocean.

7. Hunter Valley, New South Wales

Hunter Valley
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Hunter Valley takes you to Australia’s countryside, it is one of Australia’s top destinations for wine with numerous exciting experiences and a great place for people who have a sweet tooth! Only around two hours away from Sydney, the valley attracts wine lovers who prefer to enjoy a perfect setback weekend among the scenic vineyard and green hills. With over 120 wineries to pick from, fancy a cellar door experience and enjoy a wine tasting experience here. Apart from this, Hunter Valley also conducts a Spring Festival of Flowers throughout September.

How to pack for your Australia trip:

Temperatures can drop down on an evening so make sure to pack a jacket if you’re visiting in September. The average minimum temperatures is generally around 12°C. Here’s a list of some essential items you can pack while taking a trip to Australia in September.

  • T-shirts
  • Shorts
  • Skirts
  • Jacket
  • Swimsuits
  • comfortable shoes
  • Sunscreen

Australia is perfect all year round but the milder climate in September and the cooler evenings make it a perfect time to plan to visit the country. This article gives you all the reasons why September is the absolute perfect time to visit Australia so you’ve got no excuse to postpone that trip. Book your Australia tour package with PickYourTrail soon and enjoy the magic of Australia in person.

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