The climate in September is glorious.
You can feel the sun getting warmer and the air is clear and clean.
The Average Temperatures for the weather in September are:
High: 17.2ºCelsius(62.96ºF) – Low: 7.9ºCelsius(46.22ºF)
The trees are sprouting their fluorescent, green, new foliage and the spring blossom is everywhere. The Australian wattle in blooming throughout the countryside and Melbournians are out enjoying the outdoors in full force.
During September the rainfall is still quite high, on average around 58.7mm, however this usually occurs in heavy downpours leaving the rest of the day clear and sunny.
The days are starting to get longer with an average of full sunlight being for 4.4hrs of the day. I say average as it appears that the blue skies are far more prevalent this month.
According to statistics Melbourne it is supposed to rain 15.1 days in the month. Well all I can say is that this must happen at night when I am asleep. The Melbourne weather in September is the best Melbourne climate that I would suggest if you are planning to do lots of sightseeing.
This month sees the explosion of Footy Fever with the Aussie Rules finals being played.
The Melbourne weather in September is perfect for the Royal Melbourne Show.
The whole family can thoroughly enjoy themselves at this event with...
With the Melbourne weather in September getting warmer there is no place better than the Dandenong Mountains to visit on a beautiful Spring day.
The azaleas and rhododendrons are in full bloom and the colors are magnificent. For a truly wonderful visual experience may I suggest a visit to the Rhododendron Gardens in Olinda.
Another fantastic sight to see is Tesselaars Tulip Farm and less than an hours drive from Melbourne. The Tulip Farm opens its doors to the public and holds its Festival during September and into October. There are over half a million tulips on display with over a hundred different varieties to choose from.
You may like to sit back and allow my Tour Partner, Experience Oz, to arrange some very enjoyable things to do here in Melbourne and in the beautiful surrounding countryside.
So with the birds singing and the Kookaburra happily laughing away (click the link to hear his happy call) we bid farewell to winter, welcome the spring and look forward to warmer months coming.
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