Situated in the south-east corner of the state of Queensland, Australia's Gold Coast enjoys a sub-tropical climate, receiving an average of 10 hours of sunshine a day for approximately 300 days per year.
With an average summer temperature measuring 19–29 degrees Celsius and an average winter temperature measuring 9–21 degrees Celsius, it's a great place to be any time of the year.
Find current Gold Coast weather conditions on the Bureau of Meteorology website. Details of historical temperatures and rainfall for the Gold Coast can also be found on the Bureau's climate statistics page.
While the Gold Coast is renowned for its sunny weather, the city is still vulnerable to severe floods, storms, bushfires, cyclones and heat waves. For practical advice on preparing for a disaster and what to do during and after a severe weather incident, visit our Disaster management pages.
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