Weather in Australia
Australia is a huge "island" and the climate is variable here. The weather is moderately cold with lower humidity rate in Melbourne and is a bit warmer in Adelaide. It’s warmer in Sydney though I found Darwin and Brisbane to be more humid. Perth is a happy medium to be not so cold and not so moist in there.
The weather temperature in Sydney in summer time (December to February) is 26°C, it is sometimes warm, sometimes – too hot here. It is a little bit more humid in summer though it causes no discomfort. The Australian winter comes from June to August with the average temperature of 16°C. It’s sometimes cold at nights since the heating system is not used in Australia though in the daytime it is very comfortable to breathe and walk.
January and February are the warmest months to swim, just for note. Otherwise you will need a wetsuit to swim as the water is very cold.
That should be highlighted: Australia is inhabited with 8 out of 10 most dangerous and poisonous spiders. It’s questionable if you meet even one of them in your daily life. That’s quite difficult. Though your chances increase in proportion to your place of residence. The northern parts of the country are more housed with them and if you live in the very northern area in the country, your chances are growing then.
Sharks and sea wasps also live in northern waters.
My overview of Australia
Resume: this is the country that boils in its grooving and placid life. Safety is set to the highest priority and thus, no one feels worried about extreme or criminal cases; serious crime is not common here. Pedestrians are respected go by crosswalks though I met several hot rodders there.
This is kind of a paradise for children: they are offered a world of playgrounds and other entertainment to enjoy the place.
Medicine is for free as compared to that in other countries. Dentistry and other minor medical services are paid, though.
P.S. I believe Australia is the perfect place in the world to live and study.
I am rather pleased with where I am, with my student life, people, climate and weather. The country gave me a good run for all of these and I had to get to know many new things to open for the first time and broaden my outlook.
I might miss something in my story. It is absolutely impossible to describe a good deal of life on paper. Nevertheless, I strongly believe that my experience will be of good value for a lot more people to pave the way for study and life in Australia.
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