If you hate those very hot days and those bone-chilling cold days, New South Wales may just be perfect for you. This state lies in the temperate zone and the climate is generally free from extremes of heat and cold. The annual average temperature is between 12öC and 21öC (53öF-69öF).
The greatest heat is usually experienced in the north-west; with 51öC as the highest shade temperature ever recorded. The coldest area is in the Snowy Mountains, where one has to live through long periods of winter frosts and snow.
Rainfall varies throughout the state, averaging 1,138 mm. The far north-west receives the least, less than 180 mm annually.
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