Average Weather during August in Brisbane (Queensland), Australia

The average minimum temperature (usually the minimum temperature is noted during the night) in Brisbane in August is 10.0°C (50°F). The amount of rain in August is normal with an average of 30mm (1.2in). August is the driest month of the year. This month generally has very pleasant temperatures. The average maximum temperature lies around 21.0°C (69.8°F). With a water temperature of around 19.0°C (66.2°F), this is a great month to swim. If you enjoy looking at a blue sky and like sunbathing than this month is a good period to visit Brisbane. It has 245 hours of sun.

So what to wear in August? For visitors traveling to Brisbane we recommend wearing layers. So maybe a skirt, t-shirt, shorts for during the day and jeans and a warm jacket for some days and evenings. Since climate change is one of the main problems the world faces these days we recommend to buy sustainable or second hand cloths. We made a deal with our partner praNa which means this month you get 70% off Outerwear + Free Shipping with code OUTERWEAR70.

No idea where to travel to this year? We now have a tool which suggests which destination suits your ideal climate conditions. Find out where to go with our weather planner.

For other monthly average weather and what to do in August look at the numbers below.

Monthly Averages

Show in Celsius

Min Temperature 50 °F
Max Temperature 69 °F
Water Temperature 66 °F
Chance of Rain 23%
Precipitation 1 in
Rainy Days 7
Sunshine Hours 245

What To Do

We rated the following activities from 1 (least suitable) to 10 (best) to do in .

Cycling
10/10
Walking
10/10
Barbeque
9/10
Camping
10/10
Outdoor sports
10/10

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