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The Whitsundays offers perfect tropical weather

The Whitsundays enjoys a tropical climate of hot summers, warm winters and bright spring and autumn days. Average daily temperatures range from around 22 - 23 degrees celsius in the winter months of June and July, and up to 29 - 30 degrees celsius in December and January during the height of summer. Water temperatures remain a welcoming 25 degrees celsius most of the year round.

The tropical wet season occurs during January to March when days can be steamy and the summer heat is often broken by tropical showers.
 
Below you will find current weather information for the next 3 days in the Whitsundays, as well as live webcams from Airlie Beach and the Great Barrier Reef so you can see what the weather is doing right now!
 
 

Weather forecast

Whitsundays weather forecast details thanks to weatherzone.com.au
The 3-day forecast overview is below, but if you want to search more details on the weather forecast, go to www.weatherzone.com.au and search postcode 4802.
Planning a holiday at another time of year? See the average monthly temperatures.
 

What's the weather like in the Whitsundays right now?

Check out these live Airlie Beach & Great Barrier Reef webcams:

Airlie Beach Lagoon

Airlie Beach Lagoon Click to enlarge

Overlooking Airlie Beach
 
 Pioneer Bay, Airlie Beach Click to enlarge 
Abel Point Marina

Abel Point Marina Click to enlarge

Live Airlie Beach webcams, courtesy of www.mywhitsunday.com
 
Reefworld - Hardy Reef

Great Barrier Reef - Reefworld Webcam Click to enlarge

   

Wet Weather Activities

It’s raining? So what! There are plenty of ways to enjoy the Whitsundays in the wet. 

The summer rain isn’t cold, and if you’re wet already, then why not get out and do all the activities you’d planned - snorkelling, sailing, cruising and exploring the Whitsundays.  Just because it is raining in Airlie Beach might not mean it’s raining on the islands, or at the Reef, or vice versa, so make sure you check with local operators as to the conditions of the day.
 

Go to Wet Weather Activities page

 

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