Weather Averages for Sydney in September
Averages for Sydney in September
September in Sydney is the beginning of spring.
September in Sydney
experiences chilly westernly winds. The town is sheltered from these winds
however it gets very chilly near the waters when these winds blow.
The climate in Sydney is measured by the sea, so those areas that are closest to the sea will experience a more mild climate throughout thte year, while the areas further inland will experience the extremes of the weather.
Sydney can usually expect an average of 7 hours sunshine per day.
Spring in the city does mean the weather is subject to more rain than at other times of the year, however, this usually clears up quckly.
The average rainfall expected throughout the month is 65 mm over 9 days.
For those who want to go in the sea whilst in Sydney, in August the average temperature of the sea is not as high as at other times of the year, but is still a very pleasant 19°C.
In this month you can enjoy the Festival
of the Winds, which is a kite flying festival. The celebrations include music and dancing.
The Rugby League Grand Finale is also held in Sydney in the month of September. The winner of this is crowned 'Team of the Year'.
If you want to get a taste of culture whilst you are there, and potentially enjoy the traditions of a culture outside of your own, Sydney in September also hosts the Darling Harbour Latin Festival, which involves Spanish and Latin American style dancing at the Darling Harbour.
There always a number of activities to enjoy in Sydney, throughout the year.
During your time there, there are bound to be a number of galleries, exhibitions, concerts and museums to enjoy, as well as many of Sydney's own historical landmarks that the city is famous for.