Averages for Melbourne in November
What's the Weather Like in Melbourne in November
November is often regarded as the chance to score a good deal on a hotel room or flight to Melbourne as the height of the tourist season is just around the corner. You can also avoid the crowds and the highest hotel prices at this time of the year which makes it a great time to plan your holiday. This is the best time to experience temperatures which are warm but are still cooler than what they will be in the height o...
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What's the Weather Like in Melbourne in November
November is often regarded as the chance to score a good deal on a hotel room or flight to Melbourne as the height of the tourist season is just around the corner. You can also avoid the crowds and the highest hotel prices at this time of the year which makes it a great time to plan your holiday. This is the best time to experience temperatures which are warm but are still cooler than what they will be in the height of summer.
On average, the daily temperature has now climbed to 17°C (63°F) during this time of the year. This number represents a fairly sizeable jump from the prior month. In addition, the average high temperature is now a very pleasant 22°C (72°F). Temperatures such as these are perfect for any outdoor plans you may have around the region. However, it can still be cool during the early morning hours and a jacket is still a necessity for that part of the day. On average, the overnight lows will fall to 12°F (54°F) early in the morning.
After experiencing one of the wettest months of the year, conditions are slightly drier during this time of the year. On average, the city will receive a total of 57mm of precipitation. Because the area is subject to storms blowing in, some of this rainfall can be heavy at times. Overall, there is measurable rainfall on 12 days out of the month.
Average Sea Temperature and Sunshine Hours
Water temperatures are also on the upswing, although they can still be too cold for some visitors. The average water temperature for this time of year is 14°C (57°F). However, if you can't go in the ocean, you can still enjoy the beaches and the 9 hours of sunshine per day. With long days like these you'll be able to catch some rays and enjoy outdoor activities.
Melbourne Hotels in November
For unrivalled beach-side accommodation Melbourne with a truly intimate feel, book a place at Seaside Home. Offering well-appointed and comfortable rooms with all the mod cons, spacious living and kitchen areas and a relaxing garden terrace area, this is the perfect option for couples or families who plan to spend time at the beach but also want easy access to the sights of the city.
If you're looking for a hotel which promises luxury in a convenient location, it has to be the Royce Hotel Melbourne. Each of the hotel's sumptuous suites provide 24-hour room service, minibars, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded sections of the hotel come with city views, kitchenettes, private balconies and whirlpool tubs. Other amenities include a fine dining restaurant which celebrates modern Australian cuisine, fitness facilities, bike rentals and a bar.
Those in search of apartment-style lodgings in Melbourne should look into Seasons Botanic Gardens Melbourne. Set along a lovely tree-lined street, this chic and modern hotel comprises 1 and 2-bedroomed apartment suites that entail their own kitchenettes, washer/dryers, living areas and balconies. 24/7 room service is available and there's also a fitness centre, indoor pool, whirlpool tub, sauna and an onsite restaurant serving Asian cuisine.
Melbourne Beach for November
With summer just around the corner and average afternoon highs of 22°C (72°F) now is a good time to head back to the beach. Half Moon Bay is an isolated beach that is perfect for swimming or just spending a day on the sand. This is also a great spot to get in some snorkeling or scuba diving, as there's plenty of marine life to observe. Dine at one of the nearby restaurants before heading back into town.
Bars and Restaurants
The latest flame in Asian-style dining in the central Melbourne, Supernormal is the place to go for understated and sophisticated Japanese cuisine. Located in an unassuming bunker in the central business district of Melbourne, the restaurant fuses canteen-style seating in minimalist furnishings with high-quality Eastern flavours.
For some of the best Thai dining in the whole of Melbourne, you can't afford to miss a visit to Chin Chin Restaurant. Known for its considerable attention to detail and creative spin on classic Thai dishes, this innovative restaurant brings together friendly, efficient service and fine dining. It's worth bearing in mind that this restaurant doesn't take bookings and due to its wild popularity, it's worth arriving early in order to beat the queues.
Visit Carlton's Epocha Restaurant for timeless European dining in a warm and sophisticated setting. A darling of the Melbourne dining scene, the restaurant specialises in nouvelle cuisine-style fare and is known for its warm and attentive service. A perfect place for a special meal when you're in Melbourne, it's worth ringing ahead in order to secure a table here.
Melbourne rightly deserves its reputation as one of the world's greatest cities for cocktail bars and House of Correction stands the test of time in this regard. Located on Swanston Street in the centre of the city, this popular evening haunt excels at fine drinks combinations and you can be guaranteed a warm welcome from the bar's friendly and experienced staff.
Things to do in Melbourne in November
Easily one of Melbourne's finest public buildings, the Italianate-style Old Treasury has had a rich history as a government building and now welcomes the public as a museum which brings to life the story of the city through various facets. Throughout the year there's a range of events taking place and the museum is also home to three permanent exhibitions.
Young visitors with curious minds will enjoy Scienceworks, the premier science museum in Melbourne which places a big emphasis on interactive education. Learn about electricity in the Lightning Room, take a tour of the old Spotswood Pumping Station or delve deep into space at the Melbourne Planetarium. Scienceworks runs a range of exhibitions, shows and programs across the year.
Walk along the banks of the Yarra River to Birrarung Marr, which exhibits some of the finest examples of public art and sculpture in Melbourne. Incorporating three terraces, the park affords great views over the rest of the city and encompasses a range of artworks and sculptures which signify Australian aboriginal culture. Kids will enjoy the onsite play park.
Those who have an interest in seafaring history should head to nearby Williamstown to the HMAS Castlemaine, a battleship which belonged to the Royal Australian Navy in WW2, which has now been converted into a museum. Learn about Australian maritime history while you mull over the artefacts and interactive features; the ship also offers some great views towards the city across Port Phillip Bay.
One of the most prestigious horse races in the world is held each November at the Melbourne Cup. Held at the Flemington Racecourse on the first Tuesday of the month, the race is a great way to celebrate the warmer conditions as summer is on the way. The two-mile race is also one of the richest in the country and provides a great afternoon of fun.