Low Season Flights to Australia
Generally, low season in Australia is during its winter months of June to August (it is in the Southern Hemisphere so has opposite seasons to countries such as the USA and the UK). However, there is variety within Australia due to the large size of the country resulting in different climates.
Sydney, located in New South Wales, is located within Australia's temperate zone. Although Sydney has good weather year-round, with an average of 340 sunny days, its low season is generally in it's autumn, between February and April, and also during its winter from May to August.
Cairns typically has two seasons; the wet and the dry. This is because of its location in the Tropical North Queensland. The low season is during the wet monsoonal season, between December to March.
Brisbane has its low season from December to February because it experiences severe heat, rain and humidity. November to March is also unpopular with tourists, as it is the hottest months and is unbearable to many.
In the Australian Northern Territory, or 'Top End' as its sometimes referred to, their low season is their wet season. This runs from October to April, and is when there is high humidity, monsoonal rain and tropical storms.
Fly to Australia cheaply in low season with airlines such as Cebu Pacific, Scoot, Qantas and Emirates.