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  1. New South Wales boasts a generally temperate climate, and residents across the state enjoy year-round outdoor lifestyles. However, NSW spans a vast area of more than 800,000 square kilometres and its weather differs dramatically between regions.

    Location
    January
    July
    Albury (Murray/Murrumbidgee)
    15.5° – 31.2° Celsius (59.9° – 88.2° ...
    2.7° – 13.0° Celsius (36.9° –55.4° ...
    Bathurst (Central West)
    13.6° – 28.4° Celsius (56.5° – 83.1° ...
    0.9° – 11.8° Celsius (33.6° – 53.2° ...
    Broken Hill (Far West)
    19.0° – 33.4° Celsius (66.2° – 92.1° ...
    4.8° – 15.4° Celsius (40.6° – 59.7° ...
    Byron Bay (North Coast)
    20.8° – 27.5° Celsius (69.4° – 81.5° ...
    11.7° – 19.3° Celsius (53.1° – 66.7° ...
  2. New South Wales. Climate: New South Wales. New South Wales has many different climates, but is dominated by Cfa. Classifications. Classification

  3. The hottest New South Wales Climate region is the north west part of the state, seasons are not well-defined in the north, where summers are hot and can be wet and winters are cooler and drier. The coldest region is the Snowy Mountains where the snow and frost continues for quite long durations during the winter months.

  4. New South Wales climate overview New South Wales occupies a large part of the southeast of the Australian continent, with borders stretching inland over half way to the interior. The main population centres are on or near the east coast, most famously around Sydney with its Harbour Bridge and spectacular Opera House.

  5. New South Wales enjoys a year-round sub-tropical climate, with warm semi-tropical summers, particularly in lower central areas and cool winters. In the springtime from September to November, New South Wales comes alive with lush greenery and enjoys balmy, sunny days. This is a perfect time for a spot of whale watching, as humpbacks make their ...

  6. NSW Climate Change Policy framework. The NSW Government is committed to effective action on climate change. The NSW Climate Change Policy Framework (PDF 2.4MB) outlines our long-term objectives to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 and to make New South Wales more resilient to a changing climate. This policy framework builds on our strong track ...

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