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Melbourne in January


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

As the first month of the year, January is an overall pleasant time to be in Melbourne, with the warm weather coupled with the festive atmosphere of the holiday period combining to produce a period of the year full of positive moods and plenty of things to do.

Melbourne in January at a Glance:
Public Holidays: New Year's Day - 1 January 2012, Australia Day - 26 January 2012
Season: Summer
Average Temperatures: 25.9 - 14.3 degrees Celsius

A typical day in Melbourne in January Is both sunny and warm with fresh sea breezes that arrive from the south in the afternoons. While you can most likely expect a few cloudy days, the majority of the month is hot, with the year's highest temperature often being recorded during January and typically approaches 40 degrees celsius, while average daily maximums sit at around 26 degrees. One additional thing to bear in mind when visiting Melbourne however is that in recent years, the summer weather has become increasingly unpredictable, making a “layered approach” with your clothing a good idea as it may suddenly change from a beautifully warm day full of sunshine

Melbourne in JanuaryThis overall “warm” environment in Melbourne during January is highly conducive to outdoor dining, as the evenings are more than comfortable enough to sit outside and enjoy the huge range of culinary experiences that have made Melbourne so famous for its restaurants. As long as your accommodation (if visiting) is reasonably central to the city, you'll have an endless range of dining establishments to choose from, many of which are some of the finest in all of Australia – making outdoor dining one of the staples of January in Melbourne.

These warm weather conditions likewise make January a great time to get out and about for some fresh air experiences outside the city, with the abundant nature and coastal areas a great place to start and enjoy the sunshine. Accordingly, some of the most popular activities to participate in in Melbourne in January include:

Tour the Great Ocean Road

This famous, rugged stretch of coastline makes for one of the most scenic drives in all of Australia and consists of numerous natural highlights along the way. With the extended daylight hours of January, all the essential sights can often be fit into a single day, although to see everything the Great Ocean Road has to offer, a two-day journey is highly recommended to help ensure that nothing of importance goes missed.

With such visually impressive geographic and historical features to take in along the way as the 12 Apostles, many seaside villages, famous landmarks and beautiful natural cliffs along with a huge range of rainforests and wildlife, the Great Ocean Road is filled with unforgettable imagery that makes for numerous great photo opportunities along the way – so be sure to bring your camera! Tours to the Great Ocean Road also include morning tea, lunch and dinner within the cost of the price to ensure that you can simply sit back, relax and enjoy the outstanding views without worrying about a thing.

Visit Phillip Island

Phillip Island ToursThe so-called “nature island” of Victoria is pretty much a must-visit destination while in the region, and is only an easy, 90-minute drive from the Melbourne CBD, with a permanent bridge that provides direct access from the mainland all year round. On the island itself are several great nature parks that allow you to experience not only the main attraction – the island's colony of Little Penguins on their daily parades along the beach – but also facilities such as the Koala Conservation Centre which gives you the chance to get up close with these Aussie icons, and the spectacularly rugged coastline around the area known as the “Nobbies”, which is home to the largest colony of fur seals in the southern hemisphere.

The huge array of wildlife makes Phiilip Island a hugely popular destination in Victoria and from Melbourne for those families with kids and younger children. The island is also populated with a series of of locations that are ideal for birdwatching, swimming and surfing if those take your fancy. As all of the above require paid entry, our listed 3 Parks Pass provides access to the Penguin Parade, Koala Conservation Centre, and Churchill Island with Nobbies Centre at a single low price.

Go scuba diving in Melbourne

Melbourne DivingTake advantage of the summer heat to hit the water and not only cool off but also gain an experience of the surprising amount of marine life that populate the waters just outside the city, including the region's main, unique highlight – the fragile and beautiful Weedy Sea Dragons.

A close relative of the seahorse, the Weedy Sea Dragons are covered in striking colours that are a mix of reds, yellows and purples and have leaf-like appendages which they use for camouflage purposes, and you'll get to see them up close on a Melbourne scuba diving adventure.

Plenty of dive options are available that cater to divers of skill levels ranging from the entry level to the professional so that – no matter what your level is – you'll be able to witness the aquatic beauty of Melbourne's waters that is sure to amaze, all while under the supervision of a highly-experienced team of diving professionals. It's an easy way to get the feeling of being “a world away” while just a short trip from the Melbourne CBD.

What to do in Melbourne by Month:

These are just a few of the most popular activities to participate in in Melbourne in January - for a full catalogue of even more things to do in Melbourne throughout the different months of the year, be sure to check out our main region page!