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New South Wales - Climate

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Sydney | Albury | Armidale | Bathurst | Broken Hill | Cessnock | Charlotte Pass | Coffs Harbour | Dubbo | Gosford | Katoomba | Lismore | Maitland | Orange | Perisher Blue | Port Macquarie | Queanbeyan | Selwyn Snowfields | Tamworth | Thredbo | Tweed Heads | Wagga Wagga | Wollongong

New South Wales is located in a zone with moderate climate. Thus the climate is mostly free from extremes of heat and cold. Usually the hottest place is in the north-west where at Bourke a shade temperature of up to 51°C has been recorded. On the other hand, the coldest place is the Snowy Mountains, where for a long time there are frosts and snow. The rainfall changes greatly over the state and is heaviest in the south and smallest in the far north-west – around 180 mm annually.
The climate is moderate and slightly humid in the coastal areas. In the deserts of the inner parts there often are hot days and cold nights. Sometimes the famous El Nino causes irregular floods and droughts occur. The average amount of daily sunshine is around 6.7 hours.


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