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Sea temperatures, water sports and vacation activities near Queens Park, Australia

Water temperatures throughout the year and general information about Queens Park...

Queens Park is a coastal city in Australia. It is a quite dense city close to the ocean with a population of 3903 people. The water temperature around Queens Park changes moderately during the year. The temperature ranges from 19.4°C (66.8°F) in September up to 23.6°C (74.6°F) in the month of February, as illustrated below. The average water temperature throughout the year is 22°C (71°F) and the best time for water activities is late winter, since Queens Park 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 Queens Park?

The current water temperature in the month of December near Queens Park is about:
0°C (32°F)

Are there surf spots close by?

Yes, there are a few surf spots in proximity to Queens Park. The closest one is Isolator, which is just 11.4km (7.1miles) away from Queens Park. Click here for more information on Isolator and its current water temperature. Other fun surfspots near Queens Park are Voodoos north cott left, which is ca 11.5km (7.1miles) away, and Cottesloe, located roughly 11.5km (7.1miles) from Queens Park.

Are there gorgeous beaches close to Queens Park?

Not too many beaches are located close to Queens Park. A good beach nearby is Nihiwatu Beach, which is more than 1553.7km (965.1miles) away from Queens Park. If you don't mind the long travel, you can also check out Mawun Beach, which is roughly 1596.5km (991.6miles) away from Queens Park.

What kind of wetsuit do I need for Queens Park?

The average sea temperature around Queens Park is relatively warm, around 22°C (71°F), with very little variations during the year. That is why only a light wetsuit (2mm, 2/3mm) or a springsuit might be required for surfing, snorkelling, or diving around Queens Park. However, it can get more chilly in the mornings and during windy days. You might want to bring a 2/3mm fullsuit. The coldest months are August, September, and October. You could possibly be fine without a wetsuit during warm days in the summer, especially in the months of January, February, and March.

How is the diving and fishing close to Queens Park?

Scuba diving and fishing conditions are very similar year round. The waters around Queens Park are always warm, reaching temperatures between 19 and 24°C (66-75°F). The following fish can often be found in waters with these temperatures: Bigeye Tuna, Blackfin Tuna, King Mackerel, Spotted Seatrout, and White Marlin.

Directions to Queens Park: How do I get there?

Please follow the directions in the map below.

Some fun facts about Queens Park...

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