The climate of Queensland: when to go to Queensland

The climate of Queensland is sub-tropical humid climate with two seasons, a rainy and humid season in summer (October to May) and a relatively dry season between June and October. The average maximum temperature in Brisbane, ranging between 29°C in ...

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The climate of Tasmania: when to go to Tasmania

Tasmania has a maritime temperate climate, with hot and mild summers (December-February) and cold and rainy winters, with snow in the mountains especially in July and August. The steady rain falling throughout the year, but since the prevailing winds are ...

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The climate of Australia: when to go to Australia

The climate of various parts of Australia varies greatly due to the vastness of the country. Australia because of its shapes and sizes is in fact characterized by different types of climate, even very different from each other. In fact, ...

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Australia: kangaroos, Aboriginal and deserts

Australia (Commonwealth of Australia), is the largest state in Oceania and the sixth nation, for surface, in the world, it’s completely surrounded by sea, Australia is washed to the north and east from the Pacific Ocean, and to the south ...

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The climate of Easter Island: when to go to Easter Island

Easter Island is located in the South-Eastern Pacific Ocean at about 27 degrees latitude south, its latitude and its location in the middle of the larger ocean of the earth means that the island is affected by a  semi-tropical climate, characterized by low daily temperature ...

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Easter Island: volcanoes and huge statues

Easter Island (Isla de Pascua) also known by the indigenous name of Rapa Nui is one of the most isolated islands in the Pacific ocean. This island is in fact located over 3,500 km from the Chilean coast and about ...

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The climate of the Fiji Islands: when to go to Fiji

Blue Lagoon Beach, Nacula Island, Yasawa Islands, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini.

Fiji has a warm and humid tropical maritime climate mitigated by the trade winds. Rainfall is frequent especially between November and April, and is generally higher on the eastern and south-eastern slopes, more exposed to the trade winds. RAIN AND ...

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Fiji: a paradise of hundreds of tropical islands

Octopus Resort, Waya, Yasawa, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The Fiji Islands (Republic of Fiji, Matanitu Ko Viti) are an archpelago located in the southern Pacific Ocean, between 16 ° and 20 ° 30 ‘south latitude, and 177 ° east longitude and 177 ° 30’ west longitude east of ...

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Tutuila and the Manu’a: the islands of Tau, Ofu and Olosega

TUTUILA ISLAND Tutuila (137 sq km) is the main island of American Samoa. This is an island of volcanic origin that is located in the center of the Pacific Ocean less than 100 km southeast of the eastern tip of ...

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American Samoa: volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean

American Samoa are an unincorporated territory of the United States of America located in the central Pacific Ocean between Samoa in the west, and the Cook Islands in the east, 4,000 km southwest of Hawaii islands and 2,900 km north-east ...

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