Most of Victoria falls within the warm, temperate belt of the south-east corner of Australia, therefore, the climate has the usual characteristics of warm and dry summers and cool to mild, wet winters.
The coolest area is up in the mountains, followed by the coastal areas and then finally inland. From June to September, snow settles on the Australian Alps in north-east Victoria, making it great for skiing and other similar winter sports.
Rainfall is the heaviest in Gippsland located in the east and in the Otway Ranges in western Victoria. The Mallee region, with an annual average of 327 mm, has the lowest rainfall.
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