Best Beaches in Australia and New Zealand in September

PICK A MONTH FOR BEST BEACHES IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

These are the best beaches in Australia and New Zealand in September, based on average sunshine, sea temperature, rainfall and temperature. Though many factors can come into play when choosing your beach destination, the beach weather will often be a deciding factor. Here we list the top beaches based on the average weather conditions and sea temperature.

Best Beach Destinations in Australia and New Zealand in September

  • 25°C (76°F) Air
    23°C (73°F) Sea
    8.9 Hrs of Sun / Day
    4.5 Days of Rain

    September is normally warm, and generally sunny and pleasant with long bright days. It is typically dry with very few light showers and most days are rain free.

    September is a great time for sunbathing in Queensland. It is a good month for swimming in Queensland with warm sea temperatures.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 25° which is typically warm and makes sunbathing pleasant on clear days. The average water temperature is typically 23° which is warm and pleasant for relaxing and swimming for long periods. There are on average 4.5 days of rain per month and 8.9 hours of sun per day.

  • 32°C (89°F) Air
    13°C (56°F) Sea
    10.3 Hrs of Sun / Day
    2.0 Days of Rain

    September is normally very hot, and extremely sunny and pleasant, featuring blue skies and rarely a cloud in sight, with very long bright days. It is typically extremely dry with only very rare light showers and very few days with any rain at all.

    September is a perfect time for sunbathing in Western Australia. It is too cold for swimming in Western Australia for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 32° which is very hot and perfect for sunbathing on clear days. The average water temperature is typically 13° which is cold for swimming, a full wet suit is required to spend any length of time in the sea. There are on average 2.0 days of rain per month and 10.3 hours of sun per day.

  • 23°C (73°F) Air
    20°C (68°F) Sea
    9.5 Hrs of Sun / Day
    1.9 Days of Rain

    September is normally warm, and generally sunny and pleasant with long bright days. It is typically extremely dry with only very rare light showers and very few days with any rain at all.

    September is a great time for sunbathing in New South Wales. It is a little too cold to enjoy swimming in New South Wales for any length of time.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 23° which is typically warm and makes sunbathing pleasant on clear days. The average water temperature is typically 20° which is comfortable for swimming though some may prefer warmer water. There are on average 1.9 days of rain per month and 9.5 hours of sun per day.

  • 28°C (83°F) Air
    25°C (77°F) Sea
    5.5 Hrs of Sun / Day
    10.5 Days of Rain

    September is normally hot, and quite sunny but with occasional periods of cloudy and overcast skies. It is typically quite dry but with occasional showers, though there are many days without rain.

    September is a good time for sunbathing in Cairns. It is a good month for swimming in Cairns with warm sea temperatures.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 28° which is very warm and perfect for sunbathing on clear days. The average water temperature is typically 25° which is warm and pleasant for relaxing and swimming for long periods. There are on average 10.5 days of rain per month and 5.5 hours of sun per day.

  • 25°C (76°F) Air
    23°C (73°F) Sea
    5.3 Hrs of Sun / Day
    4.5 Days of Rain

    September is normally warm, and quite sunny but with occasional periods of cloudy and overcast skies. It is typically dry with very few light showers and most days are rain free.

    September is a good time for sunbathing in Whitsunday Islands. It is a good month for swimming in Whitsunday Islands with warm sea temperatures.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 25° which is typically warm and makes sunbathing pleasant on clear days. The average water temperature is typically 23° which is warm and pleasant for relaxing and swimming for long periods. There are on average 4.5 days of rain per month and 5.3 hours of sun per day.

  • 25°C (76°F) Air
    23°C (73°F) Sea
    5.3 Hrs of Sun / Day
    4.5 Days of Rain

    September is normally warm, and quite sunny but with occasional periods of cloudy and overcast skies. It is typically dry with very few light showers and most days are rain free.

    September is a good time for sunbathing in Whitsunday. It is a good month for swimming in Whitsunday with warm sea temperatures.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 25° which is typically warm and makes sunbathing pleasant on clear days. The average water temperature is typically 23° which is warm and pleasant for relaxing and swimming for long periods. There are on average 4.5 days of rain per month and 5.3 hours of sun per day.

  • 20°C (67°F) Air
    16°C (61°F) Sea
    7.6 Hrs of Sun / Day
    0.0 Days of Rain

    September is normally quite warm, and sunny but overcast at times with many bright days. It is typically extremely dry with only very rare light showers and very few days with any rain at all.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in Esperance. It is too cold for swimming in Esperance for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 20° which is typically moderate but sunbathing may be possible on some clear days. The average water temperature is typically 16° which is cool for swimming, shorty wetsuit may help you extend your time in the water. There are on average 0.0 days of rain per month and 7.6 hours of sun per day.

  • 21°C (70°F) Air
    16°C (61°F) Sea
    8.7 Hrs of Sun / Day
    8.3 Days of Rain

    September is normally warm, and generally sunny and pleasant with long bright days. It is typically predominantly dry but a bit rainy with occasional light showers, though there are many days with out any rain.

    September is a great time for sunbathing in Murramarang National Park. It is too cold for swimming in Murramarang National Park for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 21° which is typically warm and makes sunbathing pleasant on clear days. The average water temperature is typically 16° which is cool for swimming, shorty wetsuit may help you extend your time in the water. There are on average 8.3 days of rain per month and 8.7 hours of sun per day.

  • 18°C (64°F) Air
    16°C (61°F) Sea
    8.2 Hrs of Sun / Day
    16.0 Days of Rain

    September is normally slightly cool, and sunny but overcast at times with long bright days. It is typically rainy with occasional dry periods but many rainy days.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in Albany. It is too cold for swimming in Albany for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 18° which is typically moderate but sunbathing may be possible on some clear days. The average water temperature is typically 16° which is cool for swimming, shorty wetsuit may help you extend your time in the water. There are on average 16.0 days of rain per month and 8.2 hours of sun per day.

  • 16°C (60°F) Air
    13°C (56°F) Sea
    5.8 Hrs of Sun / Day
    2.1 Days of Rain

    September is normally a bit cold, and quite sunny but with occasional periods of cloudy and overcast skies. It is typically dry with very few light showers and most days are rain free.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in South Australia. It is too cold for swimming in South Australia for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 16° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature is typically 13° which is cold for swimming, a full wet suit is required to spend any length of time in the sea. There are on average 2.1 days of rain per month and 5.8 hours of sun per day.

  • 15°C (58°F) Air
    14°C (58°F) Sea
    5.5 Hrs of Sun / Day
    10.3 Days of Rain

    September is normally very cold, and quite sunny but with occasional periods of cloudy and overcast skies. It is typically quite dry but with occasional showers, though there are many days without rain.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in Northland Region. It is too cold for swimming in Northland Region for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 15° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature is typically 14° which is cold for swimming, a full wet suit is required to spend any length of time in the sea. There are on average 10.3 days of rain per month and 5.5 hours of sun per day.

  • 16°C (60°F) Air
    11°C (52°F) Sea
    8.6 Hrs of Sun / Day
    16.8 Days of Rain

    September is normally a bit cold, and generally sunny and pleasant with long bright days. It is typically rainy with occasional dry periods but many rainy days.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in Tasmania. It is too cold for swimming in Tasmania for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 16° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature is typically 11° which is very cold and bracing, it's not recommended you swim with out a full wet suit. There are on average 16.8 days of rain per month and 8.6 hours of sun per day.

  • 16°C (61°F) Air
    16°C (60°F) Sea
    5.5 Hrs of Sun / Day
    17.9 Days of Rain

    September is normally a bit cold, and quite sunny but with occasional periods of cloudy and overcast skies. It is typically rainy with occasional dry periods but many rainy days.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in North Island. It is too cold for swimming in North Island for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 16° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature is typically 16° which is cold for swimming, a full wet suit is required to spend any length of time in the sea. There are on average 17.9 days of rain per month and 5.5 hours of sun per day.

  • 16°C (61°F) Air
    14°C (58°F) Sea
    5.4 Hrs of Sun / Day
    17.9 Days of Rain

    September is normally a bit cold, and quite sunny but with occasional periods of cloudy and overcast skies. It is typically rainy with occasional dry periods but many rainy days.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in Auckland Region. It is too cold for swimming in Auckland Region for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 16° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature is typically 14° which is cold for swimming, a full wet suit is required to spend any length of time in the sea. There are on average 17.9 days of rain per month and 5.4 hours of sun per day.

  • 16°C (62°F) Air
    16°C (60°F) Sea
    5.3 Hrs of Sun / Day
    13.4 Days of Rain

    September is normally a bit cold, and quite sunny but with occasional periods of cloudy and overcast skies. It is typically quite dry but with occasional showers, though there are many days without rain.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in Waikato Region. It is too cold for swimming in Waikato Region for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 16° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature is typically 16° which is cold for swimming, a full wet suit is required to spend any length of time in the sea. There are on average 13.4 days of rain per month and 5.3 hours of sun per day.

  • 12°C (54°F) Air
    9°C (49°F) Sea
    9.1 Hrs of Sun / Day
    9.9 Days of Rain

    September is normally very cold, and generally sunny and pleasant with long bright days. It is typically predominantly dry but a bit rainy with occasional light showers, though there are many days with out any rain.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in South Island. It is too cold for swimming in South Island for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 12° which is too cold for sunbathing. The average water temperature is typically which is very cold and bracing, it's not recommended you swim with out a full wet suit. There are on average 9.9 days of rain per month and 9.1 hours of sun per day.

  • 16°C (62°F) Air
    14°C (58°F) Sea
    5.3 Hrs of Sun / Day
    13.4 Days of Rain

    September is normally a bit cold, and quite sunny but with occasional periods of cloudy and overcast skies. It is typically quite dry but with occasional showers, though there are many days without rain.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in Bay of Plenty Region. It is too cold for swimming in Bay of Plenty Region for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 16° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature is typically 14° which is cold for swimming, a full wet suit is required to spend any length of time in the sea. There are on average 13.4 days of rain per month and 5.3 hours of sun per day.

  • 16°C (62°F) Air
    15°C (60°F) Sea
    5.0 Hrs of Sun / Day
    13.4 Days of Rain

    September is normally a bit cold, and quite sunny but with regular periods of cloudy and overcast skies. It is typically quite dry but with occasional showers, though there are many days without rain.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in Coromandel Peninsula. It is too cold for swimming in Coromandel Peninsula for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 16° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature is typically 15° which is cold for swimming, a full wet suit is required to spend any length of time in the sea. There are on average 13.4 days of rain per month and 5.0 hours of sun per day.

  • 12°C (54°F) Air
    9°C (47°F) Sea
    9.1 Hrs of Sun / Day
    9.9 Days of Rain

    September is normally very cold, and generally sunny and pleasant with long bright days. It is typically predominantly dry but a bit rainy with occasional light showers, though there are many days with out any rain.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in Otago Region. It is too cold for swimming in Otago Region for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 12° which is too cold for sunbathing. The average water temperature is typically which is very cold and bracing, it's not recommended you swim with out a full wet suit. There are on average 9.9 days of rain per month and 9.1 hours of sun per day.

  • 18°C (64°F) Air
    13°C (55°F) Sea
    5.8 Hrs of Sun / Day
    15.4 Days of Rain

    September is normally slightly cool, and quite sunny but with occasional periods of cloudy and overcast skies. It is typically rainy with occasional dry periods but many rainy days.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in Victoria. It is too cold for swimming in Victoria for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 18° which is typically moderate but sunbathing may be possible on some clear days. The average water temperature is typically 13° which is very cold and bracing, it's not recommended you swim with out a full wet suit. There are on average 15.4 days of rain per month and 5.8 hours of sun per day.

  • 14°C (58°F) Air
    13°C (56°F) Sea
    5.2 Hrs of Sun / Day
    14.5 Days of Rain

    September is normally very cold, and quite sunny but with occasional periods of cloudy and overcast skies. It is typically quite dry but with occasional showers, though there are many days without rain.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in Nelson Tasman Region. It is too cold for swimming in Nelson Tasman Region for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 14° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature is typically 13° which is cold for swimming, a full wet suit is required to spend any length of time in the sea. There are on average 14.5 days of rain per month and 5.2 hours of sun per day.

  • 14°C (58°F) Air
    12°C (53°F) Sea
    5.2 Hrs of Sun / Day
    14.5 Days of Rain

    September is normally very cold, and quite sunny but with occasional periods of cloudy and overcast skies. It is typically quite dry but with occasional showers, though there are many days without rain.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in Abel Tasman National Park. It is too cold for swimming in Abel Tasman National Park for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 14° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature is typically 12° which is very cold and bracing, it's not recommended you swim with out a full wet suit. There are on average 14.5 days of rain per month and 5.2 hours of sun per day.

  • 12°C (54°F) Air
    10°C (49°F) Sea
    9.4 Hrs of Sun / Day
    20.1 Days of Rain

    September is normally very cold, and generally sunny and pleasant with long bright days. It is typically very rainy with frequent showers and only a few dry days.

    September is not a good time for sunbathing in Southland Region. It is too cold for swimming in Southland Region for any length of time, unless you have a wetsuit.

    The average maximum daily temperature is 12° which is too cold for sunbathing. The average water temperature is typically 10° which is very cold and bracing, it's not recommended you swim with out a full wet suit. There are on average 20.1 days of rain per month and 9.4 hours of sun per day.

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