Brisbane Weather February Averages, Australia

    • Temperature Temperature 25°C 77°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 28°C 82°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 22°C 72°F
    • Day Temperature Day Temperature 26.4°C 80°F
    • Night Temperature Night Temperature 24.3°C 76°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 10 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 130 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 15 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 26°C 79°F

    Brisbane Weather for February 2021

    What's the weather like in Brisbane in February

    Temperature

    February in Brisbane is still quite hot and humid with the summer temperature averaging at about 25 degrees Celsius.

    The average highs and lows during the month of February are estimated at about 28 degrees Celsius and 22 degrees Celsius respectively.

    Humidity & Rainfall

    The chance of experiencing a wet day in the month of February is essentially constant and remains at around per cent during this time of the year.

    February records the year's highest chances of experiencing rainfall at about 37 per cent over the course of the month.

    The month with the highest rainfall in Brisbane, the rainfall estimate is around 130 mm over a period of rainfall days.

    Sunshine Hours

    Over the course of February, the city experiences about 10 hours of complete sunshine.

    Considering the number of sun hours from the beginning to the end of the month, the length of the day decreases by 41 minutes on an average.

    Sea Temperature

    With an average water temperature of about 26 degrees Celsius or 79 degrees Fahrenheit on an average, the average surface water temperature in Brisbane is essentially constant during this time of the year.

    Wind

    The average hourly wind speed in Brisbane remains essentially constant during February, in a range within 0.1 miles per hour and 10.0 miles per hour throughout.

    February 26 is recorded as the windiest day of the year with a daily average wind speed of about 10.1 miles per hour.

    The hourly average wind direction in Brisbane all through February is estimated as predominantly from the east, with a peak proportion of 60% as on February 20th.

    Dress Code

    The summer weather in Brisbane can be quite scorch and uncomfortable, hence we recommend that you wear cool, casual and light cotton clothing on your trip here.

    With some pretty intense rainfall during this time of the month, we recommend that you carry appropriate rainwear- like rain jackets, waterproof trousers and shoes, in addition to a sturdy umbrella for full protection.

    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 February

    Bunk Brisbane

    If you are looking for an affordable hostel at a great location in Brisbane, the Bunk Brisbane is quite a decent choice. The vibrant hostel is located at a distance of 2 km from Roma Street train station, 2.5 km from the Gallery of Modern Art and 17 km from Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, and features simple mixed and female-only dorms, as well as private rooms and apartments. The facilities offered include free Wi-Fi, shared or en suite bathrooms, apartments featuring kitchenettes and TVs. Added facilities include complimentary continental breakfast, shuttle services that offer pickups and drop offs at the train station and the koala sanctuary, an outdoor pool, a hot tub, a shared kitchen, a buzzy bar, a TV room and a laundry room.

    ibis Styles Brisbane Elizabeth Street

    Located at a convenient 10-minute walk from Brisbane Central train station, ibis Styles is modern hotel in the central business district and an 11-minute walk from the City Botanic Gardens on the Brisbane River. The hotel features bright rooms with funky, colourful decor including free Wi-Fi and smart TVs, with upgraded rooms offering floor-to-ceiling windows with city and river views. Also available is a casual restaurant serving lunch and dinner, a lively bar offering light fare, breakfast for a fee, an exercise room, massage services, a business centre and parking at a fee.

    Meriton Suites Adelaide Street

    Meriton Suites Adelaide Street is a mid-ranged accommodation choice with a touch of luxury located at a minute's walk from the nearest bus stop, a distance of 1.6 km from the City Botanic Gardens, and 3.1 km from the beach and gardens of South Bank. This upscale all-apartment hotel features everything from studios to 3-bedroom units offering facilities like free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, floor-to-ceiling windows, kitchenettes and washer/dryers while upgraded units add living/dining areas with sophisticated furnishings. Other amenities also include a heated indoor pool, a gym and parking at a fee.

    Mercure Brisbane

    An upscale hotel, the Mercure Brisbane, is located across the road from the Brisbane River, at a 9-minute walk from Central train station and at a distance of 1 kilometre from both the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art and the City Botanic Gardens. This contemporary hotel offers chic rooms with city or river views and colourful accents, Wi-Fi (at a fee), flat-screen TVs, minibars, tea and coffee making facilities, while suites add living areas and designer toiletries. Also included are a bright restaurant/bar that has trendy décor and amenities like an outdoor pool and a gym, 12 meeting rooms and breakfast and parking for an additional charge.

    Brisbane beaches in February

    Coolangatta Beach

    Located on the southernmost suburb of the city of Gold Coast, Brisbane, Coolangatta Beach is known to have some of the best surfing conditions and picturesque, scenic views. The beach is clean, has warm water and great facilities, and lots of space for kids to play and enjoy the sea. What's more, the beach also is patrolled by surf life savers, and is an awesome beach for families and budding surfers. The beach offers a lovely view and an area to spot whales during the right season.

    Rainbow Bay Beach

    Rainbow Bay Beach is one among the southernmost beaches in Queensland. This is a north facing beach bordered in the west by Green Mount Hill. Owing to its protected location and usually low waves, the Rainbow beach is popularly visited by swimmers and also surfers for its usually reasonable waves during southerlies, when the winds blow offshore. It also has a popular fishing area and is absolutely scenic and picturesque.

    Greenmount Beach

    Located at the eastern end of Coolangatta Beach, the Greenmount Beach is located in Coolangatta on Queensland's Gold Coast. An 800 metre long, north-facing beach derives its name from the surrounding green hills. A moderately safe beach for swimmers, this is a heavily developed and somewhat modified beach. The beach is clean and tidy, and has beautifully clear water and sparkling white sands.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Eat Street

    Are you a fan of junk food, especially the street food kind? Eat Street is the place to be. With top notch delicacies in street cuisine from all corners of the world, Eat Street offers everyone something to suit their taste. With a brilliant scope and a wide array of great tasting food varieties, the place offers a great fun vibe, live music and lively entertainment. Eat Street is a perfect go-to destination for your entire family and is very child friendly. If you visit, we would recommend you to have small, limited samples from as many vendors as possible for a full-fledged experience.

    Port Office Dining Room

    If you are in the mood for a fancy lunch or dinner with close folks, the Port Office Dining Room makes a brilliant pick. Serving some extra-delicious modern Australian food and wine in a classy and stylish ambience, this place offers excellent service and a lovely atmosphere to wash away the long day you've had. In addition to the high quality food on offer, the restaurant offers a great selection of wine. One of the finest restaurants in Brisbane, we highly recommend the Port Office Dining Room for any occasion be it business or pleasure.

    Malt Dining

    Another lovely choice for a night of luxurious dining is the Malt Dining restaurant. This rustic and chic fine dining venue is located on three floors of a converted market building, and offers a nice eclectic menu. The restaurant makes for a great after-work venue, offering a brilliant selection of wine and beer choices in addition to the lovely food. All in all, this is a nice restaurant for a quick relaxed dinner on a weekday night, and offers professional and top-notch service as well.

    Gambaro Seafood Restaurant

    A lovely addition to our recommendations for sea food, include the Gambaro Seafood Restaurant. Set on a great location in Caxton St, this old and popular restaurant specialises in locally sourced seafood including lobster and crab, and other great quality sea food at a moderate cost. In addition to the great food, the ambience is absolutely lovely, and the service, impeccable. Perfect for a night with family and friends the Gambaro Seafood Restaurant has all that you're looking for in an authentic seafood restaurant. Go-to place for seafood in Brisbane.

    Things to do in Brisbane in February

    Dreamworld

    Looking for a good destination to spend a fun-filled summer day with your entire family? Visit Dreamworld, a theme park and zoo situated on the Gold Coast in Queensland. Famous and largely well-known as Australia's largest theme park with over 40 rides and attractions, the park includes five impressive roller coaster rides to keep everyone entertained. The theme park caters to all age groups and has something in store for everyone, making it the perfect entertainment spot for everyone in the family. Apart from the entertaining rides and fun atmosphere, the place is well-organised, well-maintained, and clean with a great team of helpful and kind staff members.

    South Bank

    Another great choice for family entertainment is the South Bank- a cultural, social, educational and recreational precinct, located in the suburb of South Brisbane, on the southern bank of the Brisbane River. Built at an excellent location, the South Bank has numerous bars, restaurants, food facilities, live music, cinema options and a very good mix of parkland and infrastructure to suit everyone's taste and needs. The place offers great options for swimming, ferrying and plenty of lounging area, be it grass, sand, benches or concrete ledges. All in all, the South Bank has something for everyone and makes a lovely choice for a day trip/night out with family.

    Story Bridge

    If you are someone that loves a bit of adventure, head over for the iconic Story bridge climb for glimpses of some lovely views of the Brisbane city. The heritage-listed steel cantilever bridge spans the Brisbane River, and is a masterpiece well known for its amazing architecture. If you visit the bridge at night, apart from revelling in the sheer beauty of lights adorning the bridge, you will also see that the lights over the bridge change every evening and also to commemorate special occasions. Views from the bridge offer a unique perspective of the city of Brisbane, from the Glass House Mountains in the north, Moreton Bay in the east to the Scenic Rim mountains in the south. Offering a nice chance to relish the beauty of Brisbane's serene skyline and its stunning surroundings, the Story Bridge is a lovely place to be.

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