Gold Coast, Queensland Australia (PressExposure) December 04, 2011 -- Sydney has lot's of beautiful beaches the World famous Bondi Beach (below) is just one to name a few of Sydney beaches, the beaches in Sydney are essentially divided into three different areas the northern beaches bordered by the outlet that leads out to the ocean of Sydney harbour at Manly all the way up to Palm Beach.
Bondi Sydney's Beaches Sydney's Beaches Most of Sydney beaches are patrolled by Surf life savers that are highly skilled in saving lives especially those swimmers in distress it is important to remember when swimming on Australian beaches as well as Sydney beaches to swim between the Red and Yellow flags as these are put in place as a safety measure for swimmers to swim between so Life guards can keep an eye on them, a quick list of Sydney beaches are as follows in alphabetical order below ...
Avalon beach, Bondi beach, Bungan Beach, Barrenjoey Beach, Bronte Beach, Collaroy Beach, Clovelly Beach, Coogee Beach, Cronulla Beach, Dee Why Beach, Gordon's bay Beach, La Perouse Beach, Mona vale Beach, Maroubra Beach, Manley Beach, Newport Beach, Narrabeen Beach, Palm Beach, Turrimetta Beach, Whale Beach and Warriewood Beach.
Sydney's weather could be best described as a temperate climate that enjoys around 340 sunny days in the year it is classified as a "temperate climate" if you were to go further north to say Queensland that is where you will start to get the more hotter humid weather.
From Queensland's Gold coast (left) north it gets hotter the further you travel and the humidity increases as you start to move more into the "tropical climate" and "sub tropical climate" the average minimum temperatures in Sydney in the winter months of June through to August is around 9-12 degrees Celsius (47-48 degrees Fahrenheit) The summer season is from December through to February I find the Sydney temperature very comfortable.
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