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Touring Australia - Is February/March weather good?

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I live in Maryland, and according to weather.com the hottest months in Sydney are cooler than the hottest months in Maryland. But I've heard Australia can be very hot. Ideally, I'm looking for a time when Melbourne and Sydney are in the 80s. Warm enough to enjoy the water, but not too hot to walk around and explore.

I'm thinking end of February or the beginning of March. Does that make sense?

Ed

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