Brisbane Weather April Averages, Australia

    Brisbane Weather for April 2022

    What's the weather like in Brisbane in April


    April in Brisbane marks the peak autumn season in Brisbane, and the weather is pleasant for sightseeing and exploring the city.

    The average temperature experienced by the city is about 22 degrees Celsius during this time of the month, with highs and lows at about 25 degrees Celsius and 8 degrees Celsius respectively.

    Humidity & Rainfall

    Brisbane in April experiences an average of about 130 mm of rainfall over a period of 12 days.

    During this time of the year in Brisbane, precipitation is most likely to occur between 11 AM and 12 PM.

    Sunshine Hours

    The average sunshine that Brisbane experiences in the month of April is about 8 hours on an average.

    Over the course of April, the length of the day in Brisbane gradually decreases- with the city experiencing an average decrease of 44 minutes from the start to the end of the month.

    Sea Temperature

    The average sea temperature in Brisbane amounts to an average of 25 degrees Celsius/ degrees Fahrenheit in April.


    In Brisbane, the average hourly wind speed gradually decreases during April, from 9.3 miles per hour to 8.5 miles per hour over the entire month.

    The hourly average wind direction in Brisbane all through April is predominantly from the east, with the city experiencing a peak proportion of 50% on the first of April.

    Dress Code

    Peak autumn is pleasant and comfortable in Brisbane, with the cool, comfortable and pleasant weather, an ideal atmosphere for explorers and vacationers.

    The ideal clothing during this time of the year, would generally be comfortable clothing, with a warm jacket/scarf for the cooler nights.

    Also, do not forget to carry some rain wear for the occasional shower.

    Click here for Brisbane's weather forecast for the next 14 days. Also, to get an idea of annual weather averages for Brisbane, follow this link.

    Brisbane hotels in April

    Novotel Brisbane

    Novotel Brisbane is a luxury, upscale accommodation in Brisbane located at a 4-minute walk from Central station, and a distance of 1.8 km from Queensland Gallery of Modern Art and Queensland Museum. Novotel's bright, sophisticated rooms offer iPod docks, flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi (fee), sofabeds, tea and coffee making facilities and en suite bathrooms, while upgraded rooms add Nespresso machines and balconies. Also, suites add sitting areas, and whirlpool tubs, and meals here are served in a formal restaurant or a relaxed cafe, both with terraces. The other amenities include a bar, a gym, a sauna, and an outdoor pool.

    Oaks Charlotte Towers

    Oaks Charlotte Towers is an upscale, high-rise hotel in Brisbane's city centre  which is at a distance of 1.1 km from live entertainment at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre and 1.6 km from the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. The hotel consists of contemporary, stylish 1- and 2-bedroom apartments featuring facilities like Wi-Fi (at a fee), flat-screen TVs with DVD players, kitchens, washer/dryers, separate lounge areas, balconies, apartments with river or city views, a heated indoor lap pool, an outdoor plunge pool, a sun deck with BBQ grills, a gym with a sauna, and a relaxed guest lounge.

    Hotel Urban Brisbane

    Hotel Urban Brisbane is a mid-range accommodation set near the Central Business District, and at a 6-minute walk from the Roma Street railway station and a distance of 2.9 km from Suncorp Stadium. Fetaures include private balconies or terraces, and suites providing free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, mini fridges, separate lounge areas, Nespresso coffeemakers and iPod docks. Other amenities include a bar/restaurant offering modern Australian fare, an outdoor pool, a hot tub, a fitness room, meeting and event space.

    Oakwood Hotel & Apartments Brisbane

    An affordable accommodation Oakwood Hotel & Apartments Brisbane located 5 km from the iconic Story Bridge, and a distance of 7 km from both the lively South Bank area and the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. The apartment features modern studios, 1- and 2-bedroom apartments with facilities like free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, kitchens or kitchenettes; balconies and washer/dryers. Amenities include a relaxed in-house restaurant with a bar that serves breakfast and dinner, an outdoor pool, a hot tub, a sauna, a tennis court, a gym and meeting space.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Julius Pizzeria

    Whenever you're in the mood for hot, fresh pizzas straight out of the oven on a Friday evening, head over to Brisbane's famous pizza place- Julius Pizzeria. Best known widely for its brilliant Italian fare, the place serves some of the best pizzas and pastas in town. With steaming hot pizzas and other Italian dishes using farm fresh ingredients and genuine local produce, you can't go wrong with the taste or flavour at Julius Pizzeria. The place tends to get busy during the peak hours, so make sure you get in here during non-peak times.


    Jellyfish is one amazing place to have dinner with a romantic interest, if you would like a casual, memorable seafront date. The restaurant serves some great tasting seafood in a bright, stylish dining space and an inventive seafood menu to make an excellent platter. With the fish coming in fresh every day, fresh sea food is a constant here, and the service is exceptionally good. The place is great for a variety of occasions- be it a romantic date, or a formal business lunch.

    Banana Leaf Thai

    Looking to experience authentic Thai food in a traditional Thai setting? Banana Leaf Thai is the place for you. The restaurant has a quirky colourful ambience with Thai film posters all over the walls, and serves up some amazing varieties of Thai curries, soups and salads. Apart from offering a great range of Thai dishes and sides, Banana Leaf Thai is well-known for its quick, professional and courteous service. Another plus to the restaurant is that the staff is very accommodating and will take in requests to tweak the food as per your taste.

    Brisbane Jazz Club

    If you are in the mood for a fun night out with good food, the Brisbane Jazz Club is a quaint, intimate riverfront institution in Kangaroo Point that has friendly volunteers/members & staff. Offering a broad wine, beer & liquor selection, the Brisbane Jazz Club has excellent music and food, and is a nice spot to relax with a drink and enjoy world class jazz. The Brisbane Jazz Club is great for up-and-coming artists, supporting a range of musical styles/genres, with a good vibe and a great view of the river. Overall, the place is great for wonderful live music paired with good food and wine.

    Things to do in Brisbane in April

    Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

    In the mood for a fresh, nature trek to visit the koalas? The next time you are in Brisbane, head over to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. Situated about 12 kilometres from the city of Brisbane, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the world's first and largest koala sanctuary and is home to about 130 adorable koalas. A visit to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary gives you an unforgettable chance to hold an adorable koala, hand feed adventurous kangaroos and meet a large variety of Australian wildlife in beautiful, natural settings. Overall, a visit to the sanctuary gives you an opportunity to connect emotionally with nature and learn more about the natural habitat of a wide variety of creatures.

    Queen Street Mall

    Queensland's premier shopping destination, the Queen Street Mall has long been considered the centre of fashion and retail in Queensland. This mall is a vibrant shopping and lifestyle precinct and is situated at the heart of Brisbane City. Arguably Australia's most successful pedestrian mall, the Queen Street Mall hosts to over 26 million visitors a year and offers an unrivalled mix of local, national and international labels and flagship stores. A Queen Street Mall visit offers a complete leisure experience with restaurants, cafes, bars, cinemas, salons, day spas, 5-star hotels and a grand casino sit right on the mall.

    ANZAC Parade Walk

    If you have an opportunity, do take part in the ceremony at the Vietnam war memorial on Anzac walk a beautifully presented walking to commemorate the sacrifices that have been made across time. On both the sides of the Parade, you will find a number of magnificent individual memorials to a number of special events such as the Boar War, Australian Nurses and Vietnam. This magnificent road with its stunning memorials is sure to provide a great experience to an entire family- all ages included. If you happen to visit, make sure you stand on the steps of the beautiful National War Memorial and look down the Anzac Avenue, the experience is quite visually stunning.

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