Wet Season

The tropical regions of Australia, in the north of the country, including the equatorial and sub-tropical zones have high temperatures and high humidity and distinct wet and dry seasons.

Rain cloud

In the Australian tropics the wet season, called the monsoon season, lasts about six months, between November and March. It is hotter than the dry season, with temperatures between 30 and 50 degrees Celsius. This is because of the high humidity during the wet, which is caused by large amounts of water in the air.

Moreton Bay 3 Layers Dark tree

Since 1900, there have been many disastrous floods.  2011, the year of the Queensland, Brisbane and Victorian floods, recorded as the second wettest year on record.  (ref)






Photographs taken at Woody Point, Queensland, Australia

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8 Responses to Wet Season

  1. suzjones says:

    Ahhh, you’re playing ‘Our’ song. Seriously, it is the GG and my song. 🙂
    Got to love storm season right? It’s been pretty amazing so far and they’ve predicted more this week. I hope you’re faring okay with them.

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  2. Oh no…I always think December is summer in Australia..I have no idea! Hope there will be no flood attacks..and be safe..
    BTW, the images are awesome, they showed how powerful the nature looks like!


    • Thanks for your kind complements Indah. You are correct. December is summer here in Oz but for those of us living in the northern parts of the country being tropical/sub-tropical, we do experience hot humid days combined with tropical storms and cyclones. The summer heat experience in the southern and middle parts of the country is a dry heat.

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  3. Memory lane (or the highway goin’ south) again. Some people say a perfume does it. I think a song is just as good. Phil


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