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There are very few temperature extremes in Australia, making it a year-round destination. The northern section of the country is in the tropics, where there are two seasons-wet and dry-while the temperate regions to the south have four distinct seasons. Australia's seasons are opposite to those of the Northern Hemisphere. For instance, December through February is summer in Australia.

The Gold Coast (where Bond is) has great weather and is summer all year long.

Subtropical climate with 287 days of sunshine annually.

September to November 59-77 F - Spring
December to February 68-83 F - Summer
March to May 61-77 F- Autumn
June to August 52-70 F - Winter

Water temperatures at the beach range - 64 degrees (winter) 81 degrees in summer