Whitsundays Weather - The Whitsundays QLD
The Whitsundays, Queensland.
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A tropical paradise

The weather in The Whitsundays, the Heart of the Great Barrier Reef, is tropical with a climate of hot summers, warm winters and bright spring and autumn days, creating the perfect conditions for the region’s lush rainforests, picturesque waterfalls, healthy hinterland harvests and, of course, stunning beaches.

Daily temperatures range from around 22 to 23 degrees Celsius (73.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the winter months of June and July, and up to 29 to 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) in December and January - the height of summer. The water temperatures remain a welcoming 25 degrees Celsius (77 degrees Fahrenheit) most of the year round, which means the Whitsunday waters are perfect for not only swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving but various other water activities.

During the months of January to March, the tropical wet season occurs, when days can be steamy and the summer heat is often broken by tropical showers, many of which last for only a few moments before the sun’s rays are beaming again.

WEATHER FORECAST

Looking for the forecast for your upcoming holiday in The Whitsundays?

The Whitsundays weather forecast details are sourced from Weatherzone. To find out further information regarding current and future weather conditions enter postcode 4802 in the field located in the top righthand corner of the Weatherzone webpage.

If you are planning a Whitsundays holiday for another time of the year and would like to know more about our monthly weather patterns, you might like to review the average monthly temperatures.

Alternatively, you can visit the Australian Bureau of Meteorology website for all of the latest information on your weather in The Whitsundays.

MARINE FORECAST

Planning on sailing the beautiful Whitsundays during your holiday? Be sure to visit the Australian Bureau of Meteorology Coastal Waters Forecast for the latest information before you set sail.

TIDES

The Whitsundays is a tidal area, and this can affect your planning and your fishing! Find out the latest information and tide predictions in The Whitsundays here.

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