Sydney is the oldest of Australia’s cities and is the most exciting. The attractions in and around Sydney are recognised the world over.
Sydney Harbour Bridge offers the chance to climb to the top and see for miles all around, Australia’s oldest buildings since white settlement are to be found here, Sydney is a world class shopping centre, the wonderful Opera House, Sydney University- Australia’s oldest university, the Botanic Gardens, where East and West mingle in the plant kingdom – the list goes on.
Sydney current water temperature is: 67°FThis water temperature is warm enough for water sports
From a swimming point of view Inner Harbour is the easiest to deal with, since there are only a few smaller beaches to consider. Water temperatures generally vary between 22-25C. More likely to attract and meet the requirements of visitors are the Eastern beaches such as the famous Bondi beach.
The water is generally between 20 -23C. Visiting and swimming in Sydney is a most rewarding activity!
Climate for Sydney
|Average high °F||Average low °F||Avg. Rainy days||Avg. Sunny hours|
14 Days Weather Forecast for Sydney
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↓ 59 / ↑ 72 °F
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↓ 57 / ↑ 69 °F
↓ 57 / ↑ 67 °F
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↓ 32 / ↑ 71 °F
Light rain shower
↓ 64 / ↑ 72 °F
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↓ 58 / ↑ 75 °F
↓ 55 / ↑ 65 °F
Sydney is accessible by air from anywhere in the world. A large number of visitors also come by sea on cruise liners and the like. If you’re coming from elsewhere in Australia there are good rail services or you can drive there.
Dining out in Sydney is a really great experience whether you visit Chinatown or the more sedate Double Bay and when you’ve eaten your fill you can stroll back to Rose Bay and enjoy the wonderfully interesting shoreline and rocky outcrops.
Sydney is wonderful all year round but Spring and Autumn are especially good.
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