Brisbane Weather July Averages, Australia

    • Temperature Temperature 15°C 59°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 20°C 68°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 10°C 50°F
    • Day Temperature Day Temperature 17.5°C 64°F
    • Night Temperature Night Temperature 14.5°C 58°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 8 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 60 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 7 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 22°C 72°F

    Brisbane Weather for July 2021

    What's the weather like in Brisbane in July

    Temperature

    Brisbane experiences peak winter conditions in July with an average temperature of about 15 degrees Celsius.

    The city experiences a maximum average temperature of 20 degrees Celsius and a minimum average temperature of 10 degrees Celsius.

    Humidity & Rainfall

    The city of Brisbane experiences an average rainfall of about 60 mm over a period of over 7 rainfall days.

    The chance of a wet day over the course of July in Brisbane rapidly decreases, starting the month at 17 per cent and ending the month at 11 per cent.

    Sunshine Hours

    The average sunshine hours over the period of July measure an average estimate of 8 hours over the course of the month.

    Over the course of July Brisbane's, day length gradually increases. From the start of the month to the end of the month, the length of the day increases by 23 minutes on an average.

    Sea Temperature

    The average water temperature over the course of July in Brisbane is 22 degrees Celsius or 72 degrees Fahrenheit.

    In July, the average surface water temperature remains essentially constant during July, within 1°F and 69°F throughout.

    Wind

    Brisbane's average hourly wind speed remains essentially constant during July, within 0.1 miles per hour and 8.7 miles per hour throughout.

    The hourly average wind direction throughout July is estimated to be predominantly from the south, with a peak proportion of 36 per cent on the 7th of July.

    Dress Code

    The weather in July can be pretty cold in Brisbane, hence we advise you to carry warm winter wear during your winter trip to Brisbane.

    You can either opt for warm layering or carry additional warming wear such as sweaters, jackets, hats, gloves and scarves to keep you warm on an outdoor day or a cold night.

    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 July

    Pullman Brisbane King George Square

    Looking for a classy, upscale accommodation choice at a great location in Brisbane? Pullman Brisbane King George Square is the place for you. This modern conference hotel opposite King George Square is set at a 6-minute walk from Brisbane Central railway station and at a distance of 1.6 km from South Bank. The hotel offers paid Wi-Fi, and sophisticated standard and upgraded rooms and suites with flat-screens, desks, living areas and balconies with city or inner courtyard views, whirlpools baths and access to a lounge with beverages. Added amenities include an airy cafe, a bar, a sleek eatery, an outdoor rooftop pool, a fitness room, a sauna, a business centre and 12 meeting rooms.

    Best Western Astor Metropole Hotel & Apartments

    Best Western Astor Metropole Hotel & Apartments are another mid-range accommodation well-known for the service and quality of accommodation offered. A contemporary hotel located at a distance of 2.9 km from the Queensland Museum and 14 km from the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, the Best Western Astor Metropole Hotel has pared-back studios that come with kitchenettes, 42-inch flat-screen TVs with cable channels, pull-out couches, balconies, washer/dryers and high-speed Internet at a surcharge. Other amenities include a low-key restaurant and bar, an outdoor rooftop pool, sundeck with city views, a business centre and a coin-operated laundry.

    Rydges Fortitude Valley

    Another well-known tourist accommodation choice, the Rydges Fortitude Valley is situated opposite both the Royal International Convention Centre and Brisbane Show grounds, Bowen Hills is located at a 9-minute walk from Fortitude Valley train station. This contemporary hotel has chic, sophisticated rooms offering free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, desks, minibars, and tea and coffee making facilities, while suites add espresso coffeemakers and family rooms provide extra beds. With room service available 24/7, additional amenities include a trendy farm-to-table restaurant, a bar with a terrace, a heated outdoor pool, a 24-hour gym, a business centre, 3 meeting rooms and covered parking at a surcharge.

    Oaks Casino Towers

    Oaks Casino Towers is a sophisticated apartment hotel located opposite the Treasury Casino and a block from the Queen Street pedestrian mall. Offering Brisbane River views, the central train station is at a 15-minute walk from the hotel. The hotel offers contemporary 1- to 3-bedroom apartments featuring full kitchens, living/dining areas and balconies, river views, washer/dryers, cable TV and paid Wi-Fi. Additional amenities include a glass-walled outdoor pool with a sundeck and a hot tub, a sauna, a fitness room and parking available for a fee.

    Brisbane beaches in July

    Moreton Island beach

    Moreton Island beach near Brisbane is the world's third largest sand island and is home to some of the world's best beaches. This island is well-known for its iconic beaches located just off the coast of Brisbane and many of these are listed among the top beaches in all of Queensland. Some of the must visit beaches in Moreton island include Tangalooma beach, Honeymoon bay, Eastern Surfside, Champagne pools, Northern Beaches, Bulwer beach, and the Cowan Cowan beach. All of these beaches offer amazing scenery, glassy lakes, huge sand dunes, and wild forests- perfect for the nature lover in you.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Casa Nostra Ristorante Brisbane

    Casa Nostra Ristorante is a must-go Italian spot in Brisbane, with a McDonald's like atmosphere with good sized meals, handmade pasta and pizzas and a wide selection of Italian wines. If you ever visit the Casa Nostra Ristorante Brisbane, we recommend to you their amazing Garlic pizza Bread. The place is well-known for its deliciously fresh menu, and attentive, friendly service. The food is deliciously authentic and is worth a visit if you want to try traditional Italian cuisine in the heart of Brisbane. Also, the comprehensive wine menu list is a lovely mix of Australian and Italian wine and offers a unique experience in that aspect as well. Definitely worth a visit!

    Sono Japanese Restaurant Portside Wharf

    While the Casa Nostra Ristorante was our July recommendation for authentic Italian fare, Sono Japanese Restaurant Portside Wharf is a lovely choice for traditional Japanese cuisine enthusiasts. The restaurant offers modern Japanese food, a teppanyaki bar and a sake tasting menu in a refined riverfront space, with exceptional tastes and flavours. If you happen to visit the Sono Japanese Restaurant Portside Wharf, do not forget to try their Sushi- these are quite famous here. You may even hire a tatami room with friends and family, and take off on a trip of the senses all the way to Japan!

    Govinda's Restaurant

    While the Govinda's Restaurant is a simple, laid back place offering a nice, bright and airy vibe, the restaurant offers some unbeatable traditional Indian food, and the taste is to die for. Offering an excellent value for money, this place is well-known among the locals as a haven for vegetarian and vegan food. In all, if you are looking for a place with amazing, rustic and cheap vegetarian soul-food with a homely feel and an absolute bargain, this is the place to go. The portions are comfortably sized, the location is great and the surroundings are relaxing. We assure you that you will thank us for recommending this place, do try it out!

    Eagle Street Pier

    Want to dine in a laid-back Riverfront restaurant? Eagle Street Pier is a good pick. Offering some stunning views of the Brisbane River and Story Bridge, the restaurant offers a variety of choices and makes for a great place to meet up with friends for a memorable day. While the riverfront has a beautiful setting with lots of restaurants, cafes & bars to choose from, the Eagle Street Pier is a hidden gem, perfect for a casual dinner or brunch. With the amazing view this restaurant offers, the place offers some lovely photo taking opportunities, and pleasing ambiance. The restaurant is usually busy, and it is recommended that you visit during non-peak hours or book a table in advance.

    Things to do in Brisbane in July

    Wheel of Brisbane

    Wouldn't you love to have a spectacular 360-degree panoramic view of Brisbane city? The Wheel of Brisbane is an iconic landmark on the South Bank skyline located around 60 metres above the ground in the safety and comforts of a fully enclosed, air-conditioned gondola seating up to 8 people. You can experience the breath taking sights by the day or the glittering lights by night, or even book an on-board dining experience to pamper your loved ones. The Wheel of Brisbane is open all the days of the week, and is a brilliant Ferris wheel ride if you want an unforgettable view of the city.

    Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk

    Do you want to experience an enchanting treetop walk about 30 metres above the rainforest? Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk is a lovely place that has great staff, and offers you a unique opportunity to walk up high on the rain forest roof with a view and perspective usually reserved for the birds, making you appreciate our rainforests from a whole different perspective. The place offers great fun and a refreshing experience for the entire family, and is well-maintained with easy access. A bonus experience would be to visit this skywalk as it rains, the experience can be absolutely enchanting!

    French festival on the South Bank

    If you are in Brisbane during this time of the year, make sure you experience the biggest French event of the year the French festival on the South Bank. The festival offers you a great chance to enjoy and experience the finest selection of culinary delights, exceptional master classes, divine wines and champagnes and hours of French entertainment, from classical music to DJ's and a bit of everything French all along. Doesn't matter if you love French culture or you just love a nice glass of wine with cheese, this festival- Le Festival has something for everyone in the family, including the children.

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