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Climate in New South Wales

Well-known as the home of Sydney, the host of the 2000 Olympics Games, New South Wales boasts both inland and coastal beauty. A typical summer high and low in Sydney is 26C and 18C, while winter brings 17C and 9C.

Just like Australia itself, the temperature across New South Wales varies considerably with very high temperatures in NSW’s northwest and very cold temperatures in its southern alpine regions. The rest of the state enjoys a temperate climate.

Climate details for all of Australia.

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