Which month does summer in Australia begin?
The main feature of the Australian climate is in the beginning of summer in December and the start of winter in June.
Summer day’s temperature there rarely rises above +30 °C (86 °F). But the main distinctive feature of Australian summer is dry weather. The complete absence of rain and dry period sometimes lasts for a very long time.
The other seasons are defined by grouping the calendar months in the following way:
Spring - September, October and November.
Autumn - March, April and May.
These definitions reflect the lag in heating and cooling as the sun appears to move southward and northward across the equator.