Is Melbourne too hot in December for touring ?

by David Y W
(Singapore)

Melbourne Blue Sky

Melbourne Blue Sky

Hi, thank you for your website which I find very interesting. One important question that I have is whether it makes sense to plan a holdiday for me and my wife (we are from Singapore) during the period about 10th-18th December.

Is it too hot to visit Melbourne then e.g. Great Ocean Road/ Penuins/Grampians/Danedang ? Warm regards, David

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Sep 17, 2016
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Not Too Hot
by: Marylyn

Hi David,

Melbourne's hot is nothing like your hot!
Our climate in December is just like this ...
http://www.family-getaways-melbourne.com/melbourne-weather-in-december.html
We can get some pretty dramatic down pours but in general the blue sky and warmth in the air is delicious. The humidity is usually a dry humidity which I am sure you would not dislike.
Come on down and have some fun. It's a great place to visit with the beaches being wonderful to swim in this time of year.
Glad you found the website and am enjoying the info.
If I can be of any help, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Cheers,
Marylyn

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