Blue Mountains Weather

Visitors to the Blue Mountains often ask about the weather.  What should I expect and just how cold does it get?

Blue Mountains Weather

THE TEMPERATURE:

The temperature in the Blue Mountains is typically cooler than the temperature in the Sydney area by several degrees.  Depending on the season, the temperature level will vary.  On average the temperature in the Summer reaches about 19 degrees celsius, and approximately 5 degrees during the Winter.

RAINFALL:

The highest amount of rainfall in the Blue Mountains falls between February & March and November & December.  The upper Mountains (such as Wentworth Falls where Glen Isla is located) tends to receive more rainfall on average than the lower Blue Mountains.

The weather of the Blue Mountains is usually a few degrees cooler than the rest of the Sydney area.  Choosing the best time to visit depends on what you'd like to see/do during your stay.  Regardless of the season, the Blue Mountains are beautiful all year round.

SNOW:

Many of our guests booking over the Winter season ask us: "Does it snow in the Blue Mountains?".  The answer is, yes it can... but it's unlikely.  In the 6 years that we have owned Glen Isla, we have only had one group of guests who have been lucky enough to have significant amounts of snow during their stay.

WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO VISIT THE BLUE MOUNTAINS?

Any time!  The Blue Mountains is beautiful all year round.  But if you're planning on coming to visit and want to know when the best time to come.. it really depends on what you're aiming for.  If you're wanting to curl up next to the fireplace with a glass of wine - the popular Winter months would be the best time for you.  If you're wanting to do more outdoor activities and exploring our amazing National Parks, then March - May or September to November would be the best times for you.  

READY TO DISCOVER THE INCREDIBLE BEAUTY OF THE BLUE MOUNTAINS?

Find out more about historic Glen Isla and our multi award-winning self contained accommodation for groups.  Learn more about Glen Isla

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