Worth a Thousand Words – Exploring Australias Seasonal Changes

The Bureau of Meteorology in Australia runs a photographic competition each year. The winning pictures go into a calendar, alongside their stories exploring Australias Seasonal Changes. The calendar showcases a carefully selected portfolio of images representing the diversity of Australias highly variable weather and climate. The calendar, now in its 28th year, is published by the Bureau of Meteorology and the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society. 

We hope you enjoy these amazing month-by-month views - but with so many options, how do you choose which season to travel to Australia? Check out our seasonal guide to Australia: it's packed with travel tips and suggestions to help you out.

January: (Below) A double rainbow over Wombarra beach, New South Wales.  

January

February: A dust storm descends on Warralong, northwest Western Australia.

February

March: A flood palette, Channel Country, Queensland.

March

April: Thunderstorm approaches Undertow Bay, near Inverloch, southeast Victoria.

April

May: Balcony light show, Darwin, Northern Territory.

May

June: Snow streaks in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales.

June

July: A frosty shroud, Rosewhite, northeast Victoria.

July

August: Roll clouds off Cape Tourville, Tasmania.

August

September: Storm front over Brinard Station, Queensland.

September

October: Distinctive lenticular clouds, northern Tasmania.

October

November: Fog at McKay Reserve, Palm Beach, Sydney.

November

December: Reflections at Lake Eyre, South Australia.

December
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Brent Narbey
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: 1 Jan 2017 (Last updated: 16 Oct 2019)

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