Which Australian city has the highest rainfall?
Wettest places by mean rainfall in Australia
|Ranking||Place Name||Annual Mean Rainfall (mm)|
|1||Babinda, QLD||3560 mm|
|2||Flying Fish Point, QLD||3560 mm|
|3||Innisfail, QLD||3560 mm|
|4||Bramston Beach, QLD||3560 mm|
Who has more rain Melbourne or Sydney?
Despite varying temperatures and public perception that Melbourne is worse for the weather, Sydney is the city that receives more rainfall – a total of 1223 mm on average while Melbourne receives less than half of that (603 mm).
Which Australian city has the worst weather?
Melbourne has the most disgustingly coldest weather in Australia. We get 9 months of winter 1 month of summer and 2 months of autumn with no spring whatsoever. It is extremely windy and dry.
Is Perth wetter than London?
Perth’s average annual rainfall is 733 millimetres, 70mm higher than Melbourne (663mm), more than 100mm higher than Hobart (614mm) and almost 200mm more than London’s annual average of 557mm.
Is Sydney wetter than London?
Both Sydney and London have an equal amount of wet days. A wet day is classified as having more than 0.1ml of rainfall which is a very small amount. For both cities the summer rainfall is shorter and lighter than the winter seasons.
Which city in Australia has the best weather?
Perth arguably has the best Australia Day weather, experiencing just 8 Australia Day’s of rain since 1900 with an average of 2.9mm of rain falling on these days. It also has the highest average maximum temperature at 30.4°C with 61 of the past 116 Australia Days above 30°C.
Is London bigger than Sydney?
Is London bigger than Sydney? London is bigger than Sydney in population size, however Sydney’s urban area size is 1,687 km², while London’s is 1,572 km². London feels much bigger compared to Sydney though, as Sydney’s CBD is fairly compact while London’s centre is much larger.