Brisbane Weather June Averages, Australia
What's the weather like in Brisbane in June
The weather is comfortably cool, perfect for a holiday, and great for a stroll, or to explore the city with family.
Humidity & Rainfall
The average chance of a wet day over the course of June in Brisbane is decreasing, starting the month at an average of 22 per cent and ending it at 17 per cent.
Brisbane experiences about 7 hours of sunshine on an average throughout the month of June.
Over the course of June, the length of the day is essentially constant in Brisbane.
The shortest day of the June is estimated to be the 21st, with 10 hours, 24 minutes of daylight and the longest day is estimated to be June 1st, with 10 hours, 31 minutes of daylight.
The average water temperature in Brisbane during the month of June is 73 degrees Fahrenheit.
The average surface water temperature in Brisbane gradually decreases during June, from 72°F to 70°F, over the course of the month.
In Brisbane, the average hourly wind speed remains essentially constant during June, within 0.1 miles per hour and 8.7 miles per hour throughout the month.
The hourly average wind direction throughout June in the city of Brisbane is predominantly from the south, with a peak proportion of 39% on the 3rd of June.
With winter setting in the city of Brisbane, it is advised that you carry warm clothing to keep yourself warm and comfortable during your stay here.
It is recommended that you wear layered clothes, and carry warmers such as jackets, scarves and hats to keep comfortable and for insulation.
Brisbane hotels in June
The Sebel in Brisbane is an upscale accommodation situated at an 8-minute walk from Riverside ferry terminal, and also an 11-minute walk from Central train station and a 14-minute walk from Queensland Museum. This polished hotel is chic, has minimalist rooms, ranging from studios to 2-bedroom apartments, and features flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, work desks, city views, Wi-Fi (surcharge), while apartments add separate living rooms and kitchens and some even have washer/dryers. Additional amenities include an international restaurant and a cocktail bar, a sidewalk terrace, a heated outdoor pool and parking (at a fee).
Holiday Inn Express Brisbane Central
Holiday Inn Express Brisbane Central is a mid-range accommodation choice for the budget traveller and is set at a 7-minute walk from both Central train station and the Riverside Ferry Terminal, a 12-minute walk from Brisbane City Hall and at a distance of 2 km from the landmark City Botanic Gardens. This casual, modern hotel features relaxed rooms with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, mini fridges, tea and coffee-making facilities. A complimentary breakfast buffet is served in a laid-back restaurant with additional amenities like a fitness room, a guest laundry and parking at a surcharge.
Mantra on Edward
Mantra on Edward is an upscale accommodation choice in a circular high-rise tower, set in central Brisbane, a 3-minute walk from Brisbane's Central Station and at a distance of 3.1 km from the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. The hotel has modern and stylish 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom apartments featuring free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with cable channels, full kitchens, washer/dryers, private balconies with city views, relaxed sitting areas, and 2- and 3-bedroom apartments offering 2 bathrooms. Additional amenities include a heated outdoor pool and a hot tub, a sauna, a gym, a business centre, and parking which is available for a fee.
George Williams Hotel
Another affordable accommodation choice with light touch of luxury is the George Williams Hotel that is set at a 7 minutes' walk from the Brisbane (Roma Street) railway station, and also an 11 minutes' walk from the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art and a distance of 1.5 km from the parklands and restaurants in the South Bank. While the contemporary rooms decorated with colourful art provide flat-screen TVs, mini fridges, coffee-making facilities, the other amenities included are a bright, modern restaurant featuring hardwood floors, glass doors that open onto a terrace with seating, a lobby lounge and parking at an additional cost.
Brisbane beaches in June
Nudgee Beach is located close to Brisbane Central Business District, and is surrounded by numerous mangroves, bordered to its north and west by the Boondall Wetlands. A lovely low-tide beach for a sea side stroll, this is the closest beach to Brisbane city and the airport is quite near too. While here, you can enjoy watching planes taking off, horses strolling along the beach and dogs frolicking in the water, while a therapeutic foot massage on the beach sand melts your worries away. The beach also has a great kid's playground complex, BBQ facilities, walking trails and picnic areas. This spot makes for an excellent choice for people interested in bird life and walking through the lovely, green Mangrove forest.
Bars and Restaurants
If you ever feel like eating a juicy scrumptious Burger while on your Birsbane holiday, do not forget Miel Container, one of the best places out there in Brisbane, well-known for their tasty and juicy burgers. This novelty store serves a unique menu offering lovely flavours, tastes and varieties, and offers impeccable service. This restaurant is located at a great location and offers an outdoor seating arrangement, making it an awesome place to sit and patch people go by, especially during the nights. What's more, at Miel Container, you have the opportunity to customize or make a burger with ingredients of your choice- to suit your taste and palate. If you visit, do try their big, delicious Mozzarella Cheese burger.
In the mood for wood-fired pizza and Italian cuisine? This airy, contemporary venue is the place to visit. With a light and comfortable vibe, Beccofino's décor has floor-to-ceiling windows, and offers a great range of tasty meals and a very good selection of drinks. With some of the nicest staff and the best pizzas in town, the Beccofino offers a great menu and is well-known for its consistent high quality service and great tasting food. Easily recognisable as one of the best Italian restaurants set in a great location in Brisbane, this makes for a great eat-out choice to lighten your mood, or even for a romantic date.
Customs House, Brisbane is an elegant, riverside restaurant with a relaxed dining terrace, serving Modern Australian cuisine at great prices. Well-known among the tourists as well as locals alike, this restaurant offers a lovely blend of some of the most delicious food in town, professional service as well as a beautiful, relaxing location with a laid back setup and atmosphere. The restaurant runs on an old-fashioned service mind set, with generous portions, servings and hearty, homemade tastes. Also, this brilliant dining place offers some amazing views and some excellent tasting desserts. Stop by sometime to experience good food and great wine.
Jamie's Italian is a celebrity chef's relaxed Italian chain, offering a rustic menu and antipasti bar. Great to visit for special occasions, Jamie's Italian Brisbane is lovely for a memorable night out for family and friends too. The staff here is polite, courteous and professional, and offer great food recommendations and make good efforts to understand their guests' eating preferences, tastes and dining needs. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming especially in contrast to Brisbane's cold winter, making it an ideal place to visit during this time of the year. Overall, this restaurant offers brilliant food, and the service is top notch, making it a place worth visiting.
Things to do in Brisbane in June
Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art
Located across two riverside buildings in South Bank's Cultural Precinct, the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art offers an evolving program of Australian and international exhibitions, with a strong focus on the contemporary art of Australia, Asia and the Pacific. If you visit the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, you have a great opportunity to immerse yourself and your family in creativity at the Children's Art Centre and watch the best in international films and videos at the Australian Cinémathèque. With the place also offering a wide variety of cafes, modern dining and shopping to make your visit a well-rounded one, the QAGOMA is a good place to be if you want something for everyone in the family.
Ice skating on King George Square
If you are looking for an authentic wintry ice skating experience in Brisbane in the winter months, the pop-up ice skating rink in King George Square offers the perfect experience that you are looking for. This huge skating rink also has plenty of food and drink stalls options around, so you can grab a coffee and snack or watch your kids skate from the side lines. The ice skating rink is perfect for beginner too, where unsteady skaters can hire a Kanga a kangaroo shaped skating aid that glides along in front to help you build confidence. So, join in on the fun and thrill of winter with a visit to this winter wonderland and make your visit to Brisbane worth it.
Queensland Museum and Sciencentre in Southbank
If you would like to spend a cold winter day indoors but also would like to have some fun, we have a cool place for you to check out. The Queensland Museum and Sciencentre, Grey St & Melbourne Street, Brisbane, features science, culture & natural history exhibits specific to the Queensland region and is a great place to learn about Brisbane and Queensland. This big museum has several different exhibitions taking place at the same time with plenty of options to entertain all age groups. The place also offers a nice gift shop with expansive options from dinosaurs to gardening and cook books and cafe Muse well-known for its awesome coffee and food.