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Sea temperatures, water sports and vacation activities near South Pacific, Australia

Water temperatures throughout the year and general information about South Pacific...

South Pacific is a surf spot in Australia. The water temperature around South Pacific varies slightly year round. The temperature ranges from 17.4°C (63.3°F) in July up to 23.4°C (74.1°F) in the month of February, as illustrated below. The average water temperature throughout the year is 20°C (68°F) and the best time for water activities is late winter, since South Pacific 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 at South Pacific?

The current water temperature in the month of July at South Pacific is about:
17°C (63°F)

Are there any other surf spots near South Pacific?

Yes, there are a few surf spots close to South Pacific. The closest one is The Ruins, which is 0.2km (0.1miles) away from South Pacific. Click here to check out more information on The Ruins and its water temperature. Another good surfspot near South Pacific is The Bend, which is ca 0.2km (0.1miles) away.

Are there beautiful beaches close by?

No, not too many beaches are located near to South Pacific. The closest decent one is Oreti Beach, which is more than 1202.4km (746.8miles) away from South Pacific. If you don't mind the long drive, you can also try Ninety Mile Beach, approximately 1223.5km (760miles) away from South Pacific.

What wetsuit is recommended for South Pacific?

The water temperature at South Pacific is warm, reaching up to 23°C (74°F) in the months of January, February, and March. During this time, in the late summer, a light top or a jumpsuit might be required to stay in the water for more than half an hour, but some might even be fine without a wetsuit for surfing, swimming, snorkelling, or diving at South Pacific. Nevertheless, during June, July, and August, sea temperatures cool down to 17°C (63°F). During this time, a 2-3mm wetsuit might be required to be in the water for more than half an hour, but some might even be ok with a jumpsuit or even a wetsuit top. For very windy conditions and cold mornings/evenings, it might be better to bring a 4/3 wetsuit.

How is the scuba diving and fishing close to South Pacific?

Due to comparatively large temperature changes throughout the year, fishing and Scuba diving conditions alter quite a bit depending on the time of the year. The temperature ranges from 17 to 22°C (63-72°F) during June, July, and August. Red Snapper, Skipjack Tuna, Striped Bass, and Weakfish love this temperature range. However, the conditions normally change during January, February, and March when water temperatures go up to 18 to 23°C (65-74°F). Fish that love this water temperature include: Bigeye Tuna, Blackfin Tuna, King Mackerel, Spotted Seatrout, and White Marlin.

Directions to South Pacific: How do I get there?

Please follow the directions in the map below.

Some fun facts about South Pacific...

Do you know what the the city New Lagao in the Philippines, the city Hallum in the Netherlands, and the island Gaua in the Vanuatu have in common with South Pacific? Click on the links to find out...