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Sydney: November Weather Averages

image Temperature 68°F


image Low Temperature 61°F


image High Temperature 75°F


image Sunshine Hours 9 hrs
Chance of Sunny Day 17 %
image Rainfall 116mm
Rainfall days 11 days
Chance of Rain 49 %
Chance of Cloudy Day 31 %
image Sea Temperature 66°F


Chance of Windy Day 66 %

Averages for Sydney in November

November in Sydney is the last month of spring in the city.

In the month of November the average daytime temperatures in Sydney are generally around 20°C (68°F) where as the average minimum temperatures generally tend hover around 16°C (61°F).

Sydney also experiences on average 8 hours of sunshine per day during this month.

The weather in November in Sydney is hard to predict, however it tends to be warm and sunny during this month.

Spring time does bring with it a greater possibility of rain than at other times of the year.

The average amount of rainfall experienced in November is 116 mm over 11 days.

However, if it does rain during this month, it tends to clear up quickly. 

The average temperature of the sea is also much warmer in November than in the preceding months, at 21°C. Perfect for a swim!

In November, you can also enjoy the Homebake Concert. The event features many of the popular Australian Bands.

In November Sydney also hosts the Sculpture by the Sea Event, which showcases local and international outdoor sculptures.

The pleasant spring weather means November is a perfect time of year to enjoy outdoor activities in Sydney, as the temperatures have not yet risen to the point where you may find them too hot and uncomfortable.

As well as the number of galleries, museums and exhibitions you can visit whilst in Sydney.

Exploring the city by foot will also be much for enjoyable during this time of year, before it gets excessively hot.

There are a number of historic landmarks that Sydney is famous for that you should not miss if you happen to be visiting the city.

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