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Melbourne in February


Looking for the best tours, activities & things to do in Melbourne?

February in Melbourne typically is the warmest month of the year, with summer at its peak and days that can vary from relatively mild to scorching hot at unpredictable times.

Melbourne in February at a Glance -
Public Holidays: None
Season: Summer
Average Temperatures: 25.8 – 14.6 degrees Celsius

Variances such as this are a yearly occurrence – days with a maximum temperature of below 20 degrees Celsius can be expected about once a week, while there are also very hot days that pop up as the year's highest temperature of about 40 degrees Celsius is almost always recorded in Melbourne in February.

This warm – and sometimes sticky – climate means it's easy to work up a sweat when participating in activities or sightseeing during February, so you may wish to either focus on the “indoors” or on ways to spend your visit to Melbourne that involve the water and being able to cool off. Seek out some of the many opportunities to take part in watersports, beaches, swimming and surfing and you will not be disappointed!

Melbourne in FebruaryFebruary in general is still a fairly busy month (especially at the beginning) to visit Melbourne as the holidays are still ongoing and accommodation will likely be both highly priced and heavily booked, while the roads are also typically crowded which makes travelling by public transport wherever possible a good idea.

Many of the most popular attractions, activities and things to do both in and around Melbourne are easily reachable by public transport due to the efficient system in place and the many different transport options – the city has a robust tram system as well as trains, buses and ferries that provide access to all of the must-see and do hotspots. Accordingly, some of the best and most popular things to do in Melbourne in February include:

Go snorkelling in Melbourne

Melbourne SnorkellingWhile one may not normally associate Melbourne with beaches and water, there is a surprising abundance of coastal settings that surround the city and offer plenty of opportunities to take part in adventures of marine discovery. Just a short journey from the city centre is a nationally-listed marine park that makes for a great destination for snorkelling, and is home to one of the most unique forms of aquatic wildlife in the world – the rare and fragile Weedy Sea Dragon.

These close cousins to the sea horse are an elusive breed of marine fish that are named as such due to the weed-like growth on their bodies that helps them with camouflage to hide from potential predators. They rare spectacular little creatures to look at, with varied colours a mix of red, yellow and purple and are a huge drawcard to those looking to go snorkelling in Melbourne.

The relaxed, easy waters of Port Phillip Bay where the “dragons” are found allow swimmers of all ability levels to participate and with the tours available, participants are accompanied by highly experienced snorkelling guides and all necessary equipment. With the water temperatures of Melbourne ranging from cool to cold throughout most other months of the year, February is the ideal month to discover, interact and learn about the variety of marine life that inhabit the Melbourne region's nearby waters.

Visit the Museum of Modern Art

Melbourne's Heide Museum of Modern Art is located just outside the city's Central Business District and is set amongst some beautiful grounds while playing host to a variety of ever-changing exhibitions throughout the year. Those with even a passing interest in art may find visiting the Museum the perfect way to spend half a day while escaping from the brutal heat that can often pop up unexpectedly during some days of February in Melbourne, with the facility being fully climate-controlled. The museum is accessible via a rather indirect route when utilising public transport, involving taking the train (on the Hurstbridge line) to Heidelberg station and then switching to bus ($903) to Heide before getting off at the Bridge St. stop.

The museum itself consists of 3 separate buildings each full of disparate collections that showcase the latest offerings from artists from Australia's newest and most talented creators. The single ticket required for purchase grants access to all of the galleries on display, along with access to the scenic grounds which make for a nice backdrop at which to enjoy a picnic. Clean, well-lit and with all the facilities required to make for a satisfying day out, the Museum of Modern art is a great way to spend a day in February in Melbourne.

Go swimming with seals and dolphins

Swimming with DolphinsAround an hour and a half drive outside Melbourne is the lovely coastal peninsula of Sorrento, home to one of the most popular piers for launching off on marine adventures into the waters which are home to local colonies of both dolphins and seals.

Tours to this area will take you on an experience to witness the “wild side” of these aquatic creatures, with chances to snorkel alongside them presenting themselves throughout the day. Hop aboard a vessel and embark on a cruise, then once reaching one of the most popular areas, don your snorkelling gear and head into the of Pope's Eye National Marine Park to encounter not only dolphins but also colourful fish, sea stars and even the occasional stingray before heading back to Port Phillip Bay to glide alongside the area's friendly and inquisitive Bottlenose Dolphins.

The warm waters of February in Melbourne mean you'll be able to stay in the water longer while also providing more comfortable swimming conditions in general, and the tour staff will ensure that even those who are not strong swimmers can get the maximum amount of enjoyment out of this unforgettable experience.

What to do in Melbourne by Month:

These are just a few of the most popular activities and things to do in Melbourne in February - for a full list of things to do in Melbourne, be sure to check out our main region page for hundreds of other options!