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Sea temperatures, water sports and vacation activities near North Australian Basin

Water temperatures throughout the year and general information about North Australian Basin...

North Australian Basin is a geographical landform. The water temperature around North Australian Basin is close to steady throughout the year. The temperature ranges from 26.6°C (79.9°F) in September up to 29.3°C (84.8°F) in the month of January, as shown in the graph below. The average water temperature throughout the year is 28°C (82°F) and the best time for water activities is winter, since North Australian Basin is located in the southern hemisphere.

Hover over the bars to see temperature for each month in Celsius and Fahrenheit.

What is the current water temperature near North Australian Basin?

The current water temperature in the month of February in the waters close to North Australian Basin is approximately:
27°C (81°F)

Are there surf spots near by?

Not too many surf spots are close to North Australian Basin. A spot, which is not too far away, is Nihiwatu, which is almost 380.2km (236.2miles) away from North Australian Basin. Click here for more information on Nihiwatu and its current water temperature. If you have some extra time, you can also check out Kuta, which is roughly 385.9km (239.7miles) away from North Australian Basin. Another fun surfspot is Kuta, located approximately 385.9km (239.7miles) from North Australian Basin.

Are there nice beaches located close to North Australian Basin?

No, not many beaches are located in close proximity to North Australian Basin. The closest decent beach is Nihiwatu Beach, which is 380.6km (236.4miles) away from North Australian Basin. If you don't mind the long travel, you can also try Mawun Beach, approximately 387.4km (240.6miles) away from North Australian Basin.

What wetsuit is needed for North Australian Basin?

The average water temperature at North Australian Basin is extremely warm, around 28°C (82°F), with very little changes during the year. The temperatures in June, July, and August are very similar to sea temperatures in December and January. That is why a wetsuit is usually not needed for swimming, surfing, snorkelling, or diving at North Australian Basin. However, you might want to bring a 1-2mm wetsuit top or a rashguard for very chilly conditions and for sun protection, especially when spending multiple hours in the sun each day. The sun radiation at North Australian Basin can be very intense.

How is the scuba diving and fishing near North Australian Basin?

Fishing and diving conditions are very similar throughout the year. The waters at North Australian Basin are mostly tropical, reaching temperatures between 24 and 29°C (76-85°F). The following fish can often times be found in waters of this temperature range: Bonefish, Permit, Red Drum, and Tarpon.

Directions to North Australian Basin: How do I get there?

Please follow the directions in the map below.

Interesting facts about North Australian Basin...

Do you know what the the city Kuanfeu in Indonesia, the city Medis in France, and the city Talofofo Village in Guam have in common with North Australian Basin? Click on the links to find out...