Brisbane Weather September Averages, Australia

    • Temperature Temperature 21°C 70°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 25°C 77°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 17°C 63°F
    • Day Temperature Day Temperature 22.6°C 73°F
    • Night Temperature Night Temperature 19.9°C 68°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 9 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 90 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 10 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 22°C 72°F

    Brisbane Weather for September 2021

    What's the weather like in Brisbane in October


    Brisbane sees maximum spring like weather during the month of October, with an average temperature of 21 degrees Celsius.

    The city experiences temperatures ranging between 25 degrees Celsius and 17 degrees Celsius, thus offering a pleasant climate for tourists and visitors to explore the lovely city.

    Humidity & Rainfall

    The city of Brisbane experiences about 90 mm of rainfall over a period of 10 rainfall days.

    The chance of a wet day over the course of October in Brisbane, rapidly increases starting the month at 17 per cent and ending it at 26 per cent.

    Sunshine Hours

    Brisbane experiences an average sunshine estimate of 9 hours in the month of October.

    The length of the day gradually increases over the course of the month, and from the start to the end of the month, the length of the day increases by about 47 minutes on an average.

    Sea Temperature

    The average sea temperature in Brisbane is estimated to be about 22 degrees Celsius or 72 degrees Fahrenheit over the course of October.

    The average surface water temperature in Brisbane is gradually increases in the month of October, rising by about 3 degrees Fahrenheit, i.e. from 70 degrees Fahrenheit to 73 degrees Fahrenheit, over the course of the month.


    The average hourly wind speed in Brisbane gradually increases during October, from 9.0 miles per hour to 9.6 miles per hour over the course of the month.

    The wind direction in Brisbane during October is predominantly from the north from October 1st to October 18th and from the east from October 18th to October 31st.

    Dress Code

    As the temperatures gradually increase in the month of October, the pleasant spring like weather makes the city a lovely destination to spend some fruitful outdoor time.

    The temperatures and weather are pleasant, and hence, you may choose to pack your casual, comfortable, every day outer wear for a trip to Brisbane in October.

    However, the nights may be a little cold, and if you want to be on the safer side, you may pack a few warming accessories like a scarf or a sweater.

    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 October

    Oaks Felix

    Hotel Oaks Felix is an upscale accommodation facility set in a high-rise building overlooking the Brisbane River, at a 3-minute walk from Eagle Street Pier and a 6-minute walk from Brisbane City Botanic Gardens. This modern apartment hotel features floor-to-ceiling windows, balconies, and streamlined 1- to 3-bedroom apartments with kitchens, separate living spaces, Wi-Fi (at a fee), TVs, DVD players, washer/dryers and river views. Additional amenities include an outdoor pool, a hot tub, a sauna, a fitness room, a sundeck, BBQ facilities, a cafe and restaurants.

    Sunnybank Hotel

    A great choice for a good mid ranged accommodation is the Sunnybank Hotel set at a distance of 1.5 km from Altandi train station, 2.4 km from the Pacific Highway and 18 km from the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. This low-key roadside hotel in a low-rise building features streamlined, outward-facing rooms with flat-screen TVs, mini fridges, tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel also offers amenities like a relaxed steakhouse restaurant with a sports bar, a children's game room and free parking.

    The Ridge Apartment Hotel

    The Ridge Apartment Hotel is located at a 6-minute walk from the nearest bus stop, at a distance of 2.9 km from South Bank Park and the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. This casual apartment hotel has low-key studio rooms to 1-bedroom apartments featuring free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and studios offering kitchenettes, full kitchens and washer/dryers. Added amenities include a rooftop outdoor pool, a terrace, a fitness room, a relaxed lounge, a coin-operated laundry and parking facility for a fee.

    Brisbane International Windsor

    Another wonderful choice if you intend to stay at a mid-range accommodation choice is the Brisbane International Windsor. This straightforward, contemporary hotel is set at a distance of 1 km from Royal Brisbane Hospital, 2.2 km from Bowen Hills train station and 6 km from Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. This redbrick and white hotel with outlying buildings offers chic, modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, desks, minibars, tea and coffee making facilities, balconies, sitting areas, and kitchenettes. Added amenities include a relaxed Italian restaurant with a cobblestone terrace, an outdoor pool, a hot tub, a sauna, an exercise room and free parking.

    Brisbane beaches in October

    Ocean beach, Woorim

    The Ocean Beach, Wyoorim is located on the picturesque Bribie Island and is a must visit location on your adventure visit to Brisbane. Located on North Street, Woorim, the beach is just over an hour by car when taking the M1, and there are public transport options also available. The destination is perfect if you are a fan of the art of fishing. The beach has you covered for fishing with both beach and bay fishing opportunities outside the hustle and bustle of the tourist spots.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Fat Noodle Asian Restaurant

    The Fat Noodle Asian Restaurant serves Vietnamese soups and mains with Chinese, Japanese, and Malaysian flavours, in a designer restaurant. Not a top option for a vegetarian, since this place has very limited vegetarian options, the Asian cuisine served here is decent and the portions are large and hearty. Overall this restaurant offers a good deal given the price, location, quality and quantity! If you eat here, make sure you try the Singapore Laksa meal it is absolutely delicious and filling to eat.


    Vapiano is a Euro-chic chain for pastas, pizzas & more, ordered cafeteria-style in modern environs with a bar. With delicious fresh pasta and pizza is made daily at Vapiano, this restaurant is Brisbane's favourite Italian Restaurant nestled in Albert Lane, off the Queen St Mall. The restaurant offers a great atmosphere and a huge variety of pasta dishes to choose from, along with a huge range of gluten free options, ranging from gluten free pizza bases to gluten free gnocchi. Overall, this is a fantastic place, offering wonderful service and deliciously fresh food.

    Grill'd South Bank

    A cool chain for burgers and sliders made from carefully sourced produce, plus low-carb options, the Grill'd South Bank serves brilliant burgers and a wide range of other delicacies. A stylish modern venue serving good burgers, the restaurant offers the usual Grill'd experience in the heart of South Bank, and is located very close to the cinema, making for an easy visit while at the cinema. This place makes for a memorable visit with family and friends, and is absolutely worth visiting while in Brisbane.

    Moo Moo The Wine Bar + Grill Brisbane

    Moo Moo the Wine Bar + Grill Brisbane is a trendy, high-end steak restaurant with a long wine list, in the old Port Office building. This is a high end restaurant with prices that look a little steep, but they are sure worth their while considering the high quality dishes served. With a great selection of wait staff on board, each crew member of the Moo Moo the Wine Bar is knowledgeable and does his/her best to help you find a meal or drink that suits your palate or taste.

    Things to do in Brisbane in October

    Brisbane City Hall

    The seat of the Brisbane City Council, the Brisbane City Hall is located adjacent to King George Square, where the rectangular City Hall has its main entrance. This great building has plenty of free tours during the day and with its knowledgeable and polite tour guides, the place is definitely worth the visit. With lots of relevant interactive displays, plus a cool interactive art projection, the place offers plenty to do here, especially if there's an exhibit or show on. If you visit, do not forget to visit the Brisbane museum on the top floor- a great place to spend some fruitful time. What's more, it's free too.

    Brisbane City Cat Ferry

    The fastest, most enjoyable ways to get around the riverside areas of the Brisbane CBD are the famous CityCat ferries. Preferred by Brisbanites as a convenient method of transportation during busy and peak hours, staying on the CityCat for a complete loop will show you most of the river areas, and also return you to your original port charging a fraction of what a tour cruise would in many other river cities. The City Cat Ferry is exceptionally quick, helps you get unstuck from traffic jams on the road, and offers a view far better than what you see from behind a car windscreen. Do take one while in Brisbane, the experience will definitely be worth it.

    New Farm Park

    A great place for a family picnic, the inner-northern village of New Farm has long been a place to connect with others and to relax in the beautifully shaded surrounds where picnickers are most often seen perched on deck chairs and checked rugs. If you visit the New Farm Park, the historic Brisbane Powerhouse is situated right next to New Farm Park. The Brisbane Powerhouse is also a must-see with host to live arts, weekend farmers markets and numerous moonlight cinema shows. The park has a huge area of lush parkland tree benches available along the riverside, as well as some small cafes. The place is absolutely family friendly with a plenty of shade for kids to play in and for families to relax and spend the day.

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