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Sea temperatures, water sports and vacation activities near Springfield Lakes, Australia

Water temperatures throughout the year and general information about Springfield Lakes...

Springfield Lakes is a coastal city in Australia. It is a relatively small coastal town close to the water with a population of 4851 people. The water temperature around Springfield Lakes varies slightly throughout the year. The temperature ranges from 17.3°C (63.1°F) in July up to 26.2°C (79.2°F) in the month of February, as shown in the graph below. The average water temperature throughout the year is 22°C (72°F) and the best time for water activities is late winter, since Springfield Lakes 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 Springfield Lakes?

The current water temperature in the month of March near Springfield Lakes is approximately:
26°C (78°F)

Are there surf spots close to Springfield Lakes?

There are not too many surf spots close to Springfield Lakes. The next good one is South Stradie, which is just 35.7km (22.5miles) away from Springfield Lakes. Click here to check out more information on South Stradie and its current water temperature. Other surfspots near Springfield Lakes are The Spit, which is roughly 36.1km (22.5miles) away, and Main beach, located approximately 37.5km (23.3miles) from Springfield Lakes.

Are there nice beaches near Springfield Lakes?

No, not too many beaches are located in proximity to Springfield Lakes. A beach that might be worth checking out is Ninety Mile Beach, which is almost 1236.3km (767.9miles) away from Springfield Lakes. If you don't mind the drive, you can also check out Bayleys Beach, which is 1297.9km (806.2miles) away from Springfield Lakes.

What wetsuit is needed for Springfield Lakes?

The water temperature around Springfield Lakes is very warm, reaching up to 26°C (79°F) in the months of January, February, and March. During this time, in the late summer, a rashguard or thin top might be required for sensitive people, but most will be fine without a wetsuit for surfing, swimming, snorkelling, or diving . Nevertheless, during June, July, and August, temperatures drop down to 17°C (63°F). During this season, a 3/2 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 chilly conditions and cold mornings/evenings, it might be better to have a 4/3 wetsuit.

How is the scuba diving and fishing close to Springfield Lakes?

Due to relatively large temperature changes throughout the year, diving and fishing conditions alter quite a bit depending on the season. The temperature ranges from 17 to 22°C (63-72°F) during summer. Red Snapper, Skipjack Tuna, Striped Bass, and Weakfish can usually be found in waters of this temperature range. Nevertheless, the conditions typically change during January, February, and March when temperatures reach 21 to 26°C (70-79°F). Fish that can often be found in waters of this temperature range include: Barracuda, Black Marlin, Blue Marlin, Jack Crevalle, Sailfish, and Yellowfin Tuna.

Directions to Springfield Lakes: How do I get there?

Please follow the directions in the map below.

Interesting facts about Springfield Lakes...

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