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Adelaide Weather And Best Time To Visit Adelaide
Being in one of the five Mediterranean climate zones, Adelaide region has warm, sunny weather most of year. That's the reason Adelaide is known for the famous wine-growing regions, namely, Adelaide Hills, Borassa Valley and Fleurieu Zone. The best time to visit Adelaide is during spring months from September to November - it's the time when you can explore great views in Adelaide. Adelaide offers a profusion of colours and amazing outdoor activities in spring. You can also visit Adelaide in other seasons, and explore many activities listed below with the seasonal information. Plan your Adelaide journey with this weather and climate information.
Summer (December to February)
Summers in Adelaide are quite lucky. You can enjoy the lowest humidity in Adelaide compared to any other Australian city. The temperature varies from 16.7 - 28.6°C and there's occasion rainfall in Adelaide. There may be times when the temperature can be 40°C, which apparently is the hottest. Soak up the Adelaide summer heat at Sunset Sessions for free live music, explore summer markets at Glenelg and Seacliff or head to one of Adelaide's many cellar doors for amazing wine and gourmet time. Summer in Adelaide is the best time to explore these activities.
Autumn (March to May)
Autumn in Adelaide is all about pleasant weather and multi-coloured city and countryside. It's one of the most popular times to visit Adelaide when the temperature ranges between 12.7°C to 22.7°C. Autumn explores a little rainfall, but that doesn't spoil the view Adelaide offers in Autumn. To be honest, Adelaide really makes you explore the best autumnal views at Stirling Adelaide Hills. You can also explore the wineries at Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale regions to witness the leaves changing their colours with time.
Winter (June to August)
With cool to mild winter, Adelaide experiences rainfall mostly in this season. The rains in Adelaide are the wettest in June which is around 80 mm. The temperature drops to around 8°C to 16°C, and you find frost in the Adelaide hilly areas. Interestingly, out of all the Australian capitals, Adelaide is known to be the driest. If you visit Adelaide in winters, you can relish every winter moment with Almond Blossom Festival in the town of Willunga, Beer and Cider showcase at Adelaide Hills and Sea and Vines Festival in McLaren Vale.
Spring (September to November)
Explore the abundance of colours in Adelaide during spring. It's the amazing time in and around the city with temperature varying from 11.8°C to 22°C. You may find a mild cold in the evenings as the temperature drops, but it's the peak time to experience outdoor activities. The best way to experience spring in Adelaide is by planning all the possible activities with friends and family. Send postcards from Elder Park, visit Adelaide Zoo, play at Victoria Sqaure, go for Children's Storytelling Trail at Carrick Hill, cycle at River Torrens Linear Park, explore Kayaking on Port Noarlunga Reef and what not! There's so much for you in Adelaide.