|Australia, one of the best countries when it comes to finding good surfing beaches, with it's huge coastline a wide variety of breaks can be found. Kirra, Bells and Margareth River are among the best spots in the world
Climate in Australia : Australia's climatic conditions are characterized by warmth, little rain, clear skies and sunshine while temperature ranges are moderate with the absence of an intense cold winter. The continent can be divided into several climatic zones, an arid and semiarid interior, the monsoonal north and the sub-humid to humid east. Australia can experience hurricanes and cyclones on both coasts mainly on the northeast and northwest while droughts are also common. Although droughts are generally limited, severe national droughts have occurred. More than 33% of the country has an average annual precipitation under 260 mm (10 inches) while less than 33% receives over 500 mm (19.5 inches). Average temperature ranges in Sydney are from 8 to 16 degrees Celsius (46 to 61 degrees Fahrenheit) in July to 18 to 26 degrees Celsius (64 to 79 degrees Fahrenheit) in January. Coastline: 25,760 km
Surfing in AustraliaRegions: 36
Total Australia Surf spots: 443
Total Australia Surf pictures: 760
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