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Within the month of June is the winter solstice which represents the shortest day of the year in Australia. This means that you will generally get precious little sunshine and cold weather in many parts of the country. For these reasons all of the majority of the best places to visit in Australia during June are located in Queensland, Northern Territory and the northern part of Western Australia. The main holiday destinations of the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast are extremely popular with interstate and international travellers because the regions feature plenty of sun and have a wide range of accommodation options available which will suit any travel budget.
Below are some great ideas of Where to Travel in June for a Memorable Holiday:
Ideal For : Family holidays, group getaways and couples looking for relaxation.
Noosa enjoys really great weather with a hot tropical summer and a beautifully warm winter. Noosa is coldest during Winter (June to August) with the average daily maximum temperature of 20°C and a minimum temperature of 10°C. During Spring (September to November) Noosa experiences the least amount of rain and features warm days with an average maximum temperature of 24°C. During Summer ..... Read Full Detailed Description
Ideal For : Families, couples and groups who love exploring, adventure and luxury holidays.
The climate in Broome consists of warm to hot weather all year round with average maximum daily temperatures ranging from 29 - 35°C. The daytime and nighttime temperatures are slightly cooler and more pleasant between the months are May and September. There is relatively little rainfall between the months of April and November, but during the tropical season (December to March) the days are much ..... Read Full Detailed Description
Ideal For : Romance seeking couples, honeymooners, relaxing getaways and luxury family holidays.
Port Douglas has a truly tropical climate with 2 very distinct seasons. There is the dry season which lasts from April to November with minimal rainfall, average daytime temperatures of 28°C and average evening temperatures of 21°C. Then during the wet season from December to March there is significantly more rainfall (mostly in the evening and at night), average daytime temperatures of 31°C ..... Read Full Detailed Description
Ideal For : Family beach holidays, surfing enthusiasts, groups of friends looking to party and young couples wanting an exciting holiday.
Surfers Paradise on the South East coast of Queensland features a great sub-tropical climate with over 300 sunny days a year, an average summer temperature of 34°C (90°F) and an average winter temperatures of 18°C (65°F). ..... Read Full Detailed Description
Ideal For : International travellers, families and couples looking for a unique outback wilderness experience.
The weather in Katherine is always hot with average maximum daily temperatures ranging from 30°C in June and July through to a whopping 38°C in October and November. The only real thing that changes with the Katherine weather is the humidity and the amount of rainfall. There is virtually no rainfall between the months of April and October and then the monsoon season kicks in and there is enormous ..... Read Full Detailed Description
Ideal For : Longer stay holidays for families, retirees or couples looking for fun and sun.
Townsville in the northern part of Queensland experiences warm to hot temperatures all year round with an average maximum daily temperature ranging from 25°C in June and July through to 31°C in December, January and February. The main difference that can be felt in the Townsville weather is the humidity and the amount of rainfall which really begins to pick up in late November through until ..... Read Full Detailed Description