Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
When to visit
Queensland offers year round cruising conditions, making it an ideal place for super yacht travelers looking out for infinite supply of climate and a memorable experience. Due to its size, the place has climatic variations with low rainfall and hot summers typical in the inland west, warm climate along the coastal strip and monsoonal wet season to the north. The best time to visit depends on what a tourist would like to do and see.
In Queensland from June to August, its winter season, and from April to October, it is the peak time for divers. The summers are rather hot and in Cairns, Port Douglas and Mission Beach, all of which are situated in North of Queensland. One can experience monsoonal wet season, which is from November or December to March or April. June to August is the coolest time of the year.
Moreover, many can visit the Great Barrier Reef from April to November. So, those who want to visit the place in sunny days, can do so, from the months of December to February, and for those who want a moderate climate, can visit Queensland between June and July.
Overall, Queensland has lots of things to offer, with nonstop sunshine, laidback style, friendly climate and outdoor activities. Most of the attractions are along the coastline, like the pristine beaches, the Daintree rainforest, the Whitsunday Islands and many more.