The following weather charts display the monthly average weather conditions of Darwin, Australia. The first weather chart shows the maximum day time temperature and the number of wet days per month, the second displays the average number of hours of sunshine per day verses the monthly average rainfall and the third chart compares the maximum and minimum temperature in Fahrenheit and Centigrade. This weather data can be useful when planning a business trip, holiday or vacation to Darwin, Australia. For a comparison of Darwin and Sydney weather please click here.
The above weather chart of Darwin, Australia summarises the monthly averages and season trends.
The average hours of sunshine per day verses the amount of rainfall for Darwin, Australia
Darwin Maximum and Minimum Temperature in centigrade and fahrenheit.
Darwin, located in Australia's Northern Territory, has a tropical climate. The weather is hot and humid all year round, with little variation between seasons. The average temperature is 31 degrees Celsius, and the rainfall is around 1,500 millimeters per year. Darwin experiences two wet seasons, from November to April and from May to October.
These wet seasons are characterized by high temperatures and heavy rains. The rest of the year is generally dry, with only occasional showers. Despite the high temperatures and humidity, Darwin is a popular tourist destination due to its unique natural beauty.
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