Best Time for Traveling Around Australia in a Campervan

Best Time for Traveling Around Australia in a Campervan

Australia is considered to be the ultimate getaway if you're planning to hire or buy a campervan and visit some of the most spectacular destinations. Filled with sunshine and sunny beaches, along with tons of tourist spots – it would seem like the ideal location for you.

However, just like visiting any other place, there are certain things that you would have to know before traveling. By keeping these handy tips in mind, you will be able to guarantee yourself the most unforgettable trip to Australia. So if you're curious to know more about these, read on below to find out more.

 

The Best Time to Travel in Australia

The season of Australia is basically composed of two major seasons – the summer and the winter. Even then, you would have to keep in mind when would be the most suitable time to travel to Australia. After all, it is much more important that you have a good time while you are visiting there.

So during the summer months, you will see that the more north you go, the more sticky and humid weather you will be able to experience. On the other hand, in the autumn and spring months, the weather tends to be very cool and pleasant. It is because of this that it has been deemed suitable for travel throughout the entire country. However, it would still be good to keep in mind that it greatly depends on which particular location you would be travelling to.

 

Planning a Camper Holiday in Australia

When visiting Australia, one of the most feasible and memorable things that you will be able to do is embark on a camping holiday trip. So based on that, you will be able to travel to a wide variety of diverse locations in your recreational vehicle. Based on two main seasonal patterns, the climate zones can be divided in to six parts.

These are as follows:

  • Equatorial
  • Tropical
  • Sub-tropical
  • Desert
  • Grassland
  • Temperate

Seasons in the Temperate Zones

The temperate zones basically consists of summer, spring, autumn, and winter. So according to the months in sequence, you will be able to get the following seasons:

  • Summer will be from December to February
  • Autumn will be from March to May
  • Winter will be from June to August
  • Spring will be from September to November

 

Seasons in the Tropical Zones

The three climatic zones which usually exist in the Australian region are as follows:

  • Equatorial
  • Tropical
  • Sub-tropical

Again, it is divided in to two main seasons mainly. Since these regions are located in the north, they have high humidity and high temperatures. The two seasons which you will be able to get in the tropical zones are as follows:

  • Wet season – This season is also referred to as the monsoon season. Due to high humidity, this is usually hotter than the dry season and there is a lot of unpredicatble rain. (Most campervan rental companies will close during this period)
  • Dry season – The dry season usually tends to run for the remaining six months. Due to lower humidity levels, it generally has a drier climate with clearer skies being witnessed.

 

Other things to keep in mind for your camping holiday

When going on your camping holiday in a campervan or motorhome, you will have to plan your trip accordingly. This means planning all the routes, destinations, and the time period you will stay at each spot. In addition, you should also take in to account the delays which you might experience on your trip.

For more Australian travel tips and camper hiring advice check out the Campervan Finder blog for the latest up to date information.

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