Australia, known for its myriad natural wonders and glittering metropolises, sets even the blasé travellers on a quest for cheap flights tickets. Given the varying geographical areas, weather in Sydney, Melbourne and other cities differs. Read on to know more!

The land down under is thronged by millions of holidaymakers from all corners of the globe. Its tranquil white beaches, interesting history and culture, cuddly wildlife and unmatched festive fervour leave a hypnotic spell on visitors. Quite naturally, flights bound for this amazing country/continent are always packed to the fullest.

As far as climatic conditions are concerned, Australia is quite a pleasant destination. It features moderate weather for most of the year, with temperature varying from one region to other. While the weather in northern states remains hot most of the time, the southern part of the country experiences pleasant to mildly cool winters. Owing to country’s location in the southern hemisphere, all seasons here are opposite to those in the northern hemisphere. The summer season spans from November to March, while the months of June to August feature cool weather. Rainy days generally last between March and May. Here is a glance at the ideal times for spending on flights tickets and making the most of holidays in top cities of Australia.

Sydney
This leading metropolis of New South Wales is no doubt a premier tourist spot in Australia. With a pleasantly temperate climate all year-round, Sydney can be toured anytime of a year. Every season here has a distinct charm and remains ebullient. However, the peak season is between June and August when demand for tickets on cheap flights bound for this lively place in Australia increases considerably. This is when the humidity is at its lowest and the average temperature is around 16°C. Even during summer months, from December to February, Sydney does not heat up too much.

Melbourne
Melbourne, a lively city in Australian state of Victoria, features a range of climatic conditions. In fact, the city has repute for its fluctuating weather. Broadly speaking, Melbourne has three main seasons – a hot summer, balmy spring and a chilly winter. Rainy days span from May to October. Apart from frequent rains, travellers sojourning the city in this season may face a certain level of humidity. In terms of sightseeing, winter is the best time to enjoy the dry and pleasant climes and get the maximum bangs for the invested on tickets aboard flights.

Adelaide
Adelaide has hot, dry summer. Wandering around Adelaide at this time of year can be a tad exhausting. So tourists who spend on tickets aboard flights for summer holidays in this gorgeous town of South Australia are advised to carry sufficient water to prevent dehydration. Climate is quite pleasant in winter months of March to June. Though it stays dry most of the season, the month of June can feature some cloudy days. This is the peak tourist time when prices of flights tickets and accommodation tend to go high.

Perth
Nestled in western part of Australia, Perth is a year-round travel destination. Even during the hottest months, average temperature is around 30°C. The famous ‘The Fremantle Doctor’, a sea breeze, starts to blow in March and provides much needed relief from the heat. Those grabbing deals on air tickets aboard cheap flights for visiting this part of Australia in winter enjoy a cool and balmy weather. Average temperature is around 18°C. Adding to the alluring beauty are many festivals which take place during winter months.

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