Australia Average Rain



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The following figures for average rainfall in some Australian Capital cities shows how varied the rain can be.

Adelaide for example gets twice as much rain during the half year including winter, as it does during summer. However, Brisbane is totally opposite, with twice as much rain during the half year including summer, as it does during winter.

Brisbane Average rain about 1200mm per year

  • 400mm During the April to September period which includes Winter
  • 800mm During the October to March period which includes Summer

Sydney Average rain about 1200mm per year

  • 620mm During the April to September period which includes Winter
  • 580mm During the October to March period which includes Summer

Melbourne Average rain about 650mm per year

  • 325mm During the April to September period which includes Winter
  • 325mm During the October to March period which includes Summer

Perth Average rain about 800mm per year


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  • 560mm During the April to September period which includes Winter
  • 240mm During the October to March period which includes Summer

Adelaide Average rain about 500mm per year

  • 340mm During the April to September period which includes Winter
  • 160mm During the October to March period which includes Summer

Recent Annual Rainfall to compare against the previous average years shown above:

Brisbane rainfall 2009-2010 870mm. Only 72% of average

  • 135mm During the April to September period which includes Winter. 34% of average
  • 735mm During the October to March period which includes Summer. 92% of average
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