Brisbane Weather September Averages, Australia

    Brisbane Weather for September 2023

    What's the weather like in Brisbane in September


    The month of September marks the arrival of the lovely spring season in the city of Brisbane.

    The average temperature in this month is estimated to be around 19 degrees Celsius and in the range averaging between 23 degree Celsius and 14 degrees Celsius on an average.

    Humidity & Rainfall

    The city of Brisbane experiences an average of about 30 mm of rainfall over a period of 8 rainfall days.

    The chance of a wet day over the course of September in Brisbane remains essentially constant, at around 17 per cent all through.

    Sunshine Hours

    The city of Brisbane experiences an average of about 9 hours of sunshine with an increasing trend in the length of the day.

    Over the course of the month, the length of the day increases by 46 minutes on an average.

    Sea Temperature

    The average sea temperature during the month of September is 22 degrees Celsius or 72 degrees Fahrenheit.

    The average surface water temperature in Brisbane gradually increases during the month of September, by about 2 degrees Fahrenheit, from 69 degrees Fahrenheit to 70 degrees Fahrenheit, over the course of the month.


    The average hourly wind speed in Brisbane remains essentially constant in the month of September, within 0.2 miles per hour and 8.9 miles per hour throughout.

    The hourly average wind direction in Brisbane in the month of September is predominantly from the north, with a peak proportion of 37 per cent on September 30th.

    Dress Code

    Though the spring season officially starts in September, Brisbane is still cold and chilly in this time of the year.

    Along with casual, light clothing, we suggest you pack in a few warm clothing and accessories to help you stay comfortable and warm.

    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 September

    Morayfield Tavern

    Morayfield Tavern is a mid-range accommodation located opposite the famous Morayfield Shopping Centre, and at a distance of 1.5 km from Morayfield train station and 4.7 km from the Queensland State Equestrian Centre. This modern pub with rooms features laid-back rooms having flat-screen TVs, en suite bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities, dining tables, and room service. The hotel offers complimentary parking, a cosy sports bar, a pool table, a beer garden and a casual grill restaurant.

    TRYP Fortitude Valley Hotel

    The TRYP Fortitude Valley Hotel is set in the Central Business District, and is a street art-themed hotel in a redbrick building covered with murals, at a 4-minute walk from Fortitude Valley train station and at a distance of 4 km from South Bank cultural district. The hotel décor features bold art, with contemporary rooms offering free Wi-Fi, 40-inch flat-screens, iPod docks, minibars and coffee machines, while upgraded rooms add colourful private courtyards, whirlpool tubs and hot tubs. The hotel also features a graffiti-painted all-day restaurant, a trendy rooftop bar featuring hanging baskets and city views, and an exercise room.

    Alexandra Hills Hotel

    Alexandra Hills Hotel is a mid-ranged accommodation choice with a touch of luxury located at a distance of 3.1 km from Ormiston train station, 7 km from the Cleveland Point Lighthouse and 10 km from sporting events at the Sleeman Centre. The hotel features casual rooms with flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi access, mini fridges, tea and coffee-making facilities winith amenities including a laid-back pub, a nightclub, a relaxed restaurant offering eclectic fare, gaming services and a business/conference centre. The hotel even offers free parking services.   

    Best Western Plus Hotel Diana

    Best Western Plus Hotel Diana is another mid-ranged accommodation choice located at a distance of 1.1 km from parks, restaurants and musical events at South Bank, and 2.3 km from the cinema and contemporary exhibitions at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. This modern hotel has traditional rooms featuring Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemakers, minibars and desks with suites adding breakfast bars, dining area and lounges with sofa beds, kitchenettes and whirlpool tubs.

    Treasury Casino

    This upscale hotel is located in a converted government building overlooking the Brisbane River, and is a 9-minute walk from the Queensland Performing Arts Centre and 10 minutes from the Queensland Museum. If you are in the mood for a few nights of luxurious accommodation, the Treasury Casino makes a great choice. Additional amenities include 6 restaurants including a hip Asian-fusion eatery, a laid-back cafe, a modern regional restaurant serving afternoon tea, and 5 bars. This casino offers card, table and machine gaming options in addition. This casino hotel offers elegant rooms featuring flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, free Wi-Fi, desks, minibars, tea and coffee making facilities, while upgraded rooms and suites add separate sitting rooms and/or private balconies, dining rooms and additional TVs.

    Brisbane beaches in September

    Tangalooma beach

    Tangalooma beach lets you enjoy the relaxed tropical island lifestyle and offers full guest access to resort facilities including a heap of free land-based activities, pool tables, swimming pools, restaurants, bars and more. Offering a unique opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and to avoid the traffic of going up or down the coast, the Tangolooma beach is a perfect getaway to relax, rejuvenate and bask in the glory of the sun, sands and sea.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Jackpot Dining

    Jackpot Dining is a unique Chinese restaurant providing high quality gourmet Asian food at reasonable prices. With a range of dishes bringing you the hometown flavours of Chinese cuisine, this restaurant combines the gourmet-style of Chinese cuisine with a quick-service format. Special attention is provided to food quality, raw materials are sourced directly from local farmers and butchers and vegetables are also sourced from the Brisbane Market every morning or delivered by farmers.

    Kingsleys Brisbane

    Kingsleys Brisbane is a stylish, contemporary restaurant with water views, specialising in premium steaks and crab. The restaurant offers attentive and responsive service and offers you the experience of a beautiful evening with a gorgeous view. This place is reminiscent of an upper class lodge nd it is nice to sit here and enjoy lovely views of the Story Bridge and Brisbane River, while munching on your favourite delicacies. If you visit the Kingsleys Brisbane, make sure you ask for an outside table, you will definitely love the experience.

    Moda Restaurant

    Moda Restaurant serves contemporary menus influenced by Catalan flavours, plus boutique wines, in an elegant dining room at a great location in Brisbane. Considered by many as one of Brisbane's best restaurants, this place specialises in Mediterranean cuisine (delicious entrees, quality main and tasty desserts) and is located close to Eagle Street. In addition to the lovely food, the restaurant has a great team of wait staff that delivers impeccable, professional and friendly service.


    Public restaurant in Brisbane serves innovative Modern Australian share plates and creative cocktails, in a designer vintage space. Serving some beautifully cooked meat dishes, and very tasteful wine selection, the Public restaurant is located on level one 400 George Street. The restaurant is well-known among the locals and tourists alike for their impeccable service, amazing food, and an overall top-notch experience. Overall, this hidden gem in Brisbane is a must-try for its unbeatable food and extensive wine list.

    Things to do in Brisbane in September

    Roma Street Parkland

    Located in Brisbane's central business district, Roma Street Parkland is one of the most beautiful and big parks in Brisbane very close to the city and next to a train station. The Roma Street Parkland is one of the world's most spectacular subtropical gardens with an amphitheater, a lake, lakeside barbecue, a celebration lawn, a memorial corner, children's garden, and kids' Parkland Explorer train ride. With beautiful and well-maintained gardens, the park has public toilets and barbecue areas, and is ideal for family and business plans. Definitely a fantastic space for people to visit, the garden also has an amazing bird life, sculptures, picnic spots, well maintained lawns, gardens, and lots of places and things to see.

    Cathedral of St Stephen, Brisbane

    Cathedral of St Stephen is a heritage-listed cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane and seat of its Archbishop, a very beautiful Church in the heart of Brisbane. A beautiful church both on the outside and the inside, this piece of history sits between office towers of Brisbane CBD and is indeed a place of peace and reflection. With the interior being one of a kind, this lovely old church is built to commemorate real history around it. Having the most beautiful choir and wonderful liturgy, the Cathedral of St Stephen, Brisbane has a beautiful exterior and is a traditional contrast to the modern all around.

    Brisbane Festival's City of Lights

    Brisbane Festival in September hosts a special "City of Lights" attraction where the Brisbane River lights up turning on to a dazzling display of colour and technology. The festival sees green and gold lasers and search lights illuminating the sky while multi-coloured lasers and hundreds of LED lights transform the barge into a visual feast. The Brisbane Festival is a world-class arts festival that helps brings the city together, celebrated every September and offers thrilling programs of music, theatre, dance, comedy, opera, circus and art- offering something for all age groups in the family. If you are in Brisbane during this time of the year, make sure you do not miss Brisbane's spectacular festival of lights.

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