Perth Weather

Perth, the capital of Western Australia, is one of the windiest cities in the world, where the weather is beaut (most of the time), so as a visitor, anytime really is a good time to visit Perth!

Perth boasts the most hours of sunshine of all the capital cities in Australia. With its Mediterranean style climate, locals take advantage of the outdoors at every opportunity. With our relaxed, casual lifestyle, especially during summer time, we can be found dining alfresco at local cafe hangouts, catching a Sunday session at an outdoor beer garden, watching an outdoor movie, cooling off at the beach during heatwaves, or having a barbeque ("barbie") or picnic at one of many picturesque settings by the Swan River.

Being in the Southern Hemisphere, Perth has the following seasons:

Summer - December to February
Autumn - March to May
W
inter - June to August
S
pring - September to November

Perth average annual temperatures range from 12°C to 24°C. During winter, average annual temperatures can range from 7°C to 18°C and during summer the annual temperatures can range from 16°C to 31°C. With our long and hot summers, the heat can be turned up to over 40°C heat. Luckily, in the summer months, the Fremantle ("Freo") Doctor may come to the assistance by blowing ocean winds in the afternoon across the city to cool it off.

Perth Walkabout has compiled some handy tips for the visitor to Perth who wants to find out more about the Perth Weather.

Before you pack your bags, read Handy Tips on Perth Weather.

Go to Current Temperature in Perth.

Go to Visitor Information main page.

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