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Melbourne in July
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Melbourne in july

by Experience Oz + NZ staff

July in Melbourne is in the depths of its winter, typically making for the coldest month of the year. While these conditions may sound unappealing to some, if you enjoy travelling during off-peak seasons when the crowds are thinner, getting around is easier, and you have a winter wardrobe you wouldn't mind showing off, then July may just be the right time for you.


Melbourne in July at a Glance:

  • Public Holidays: None
  • Season: Winter
  • Average Temperatures: 13.5 – 6.0 degrees Celsius

Why Melbourne in July?

While Melbourne, much like Sydney, does not receive snow, you can still expect frosts and fog in the early mornings followed by cloudy days and some particularly cold nights throughout the month.

Whilst July is a cold month, that doesn't mean there is any shortage of things to do in Melbourne. In fact, July is the height of the season for many of the country's most popular sports, including fixtures in the AFL (Aussie Rules Football). July is also an ideal month for those who have an interest in winter and snow sports, with nearby snow fields typically in peak form during this time.

Melbourne in July Laneway CBD

One of the best destinations for the skiing or snowboarding enthusiast near Melbourne is the popular resort area of Mt Buller, which is approximately 3 hours drive from Melbourne's CBD. Mt Buller provides some of the most reliable snow conditions in the state of Victoria and is well worth the trek, especially if you are able to invest more than a single day there.

The alpine scenery present during this time of year likewise makes driving worth your while, although it is important to take special care when operating a vehicle and snow chains may be required if conditions are particularly bad.

If you'd prefer to stay around the city itself rather than making any long treks, there are plenty of other things to do, see, and enjoy during winter within the city of Melbourne, irrespective of the weather. One last thing to bear in mind when visiting Melbourne in July is that the first two weeks of the month are blanketed by school holidays, meaning many of the more family-oriented attractions in Melbourne will most likely be subject to increased foot traffic.

Some of the top recommendations from our customers on the best things to do in Melbourne in July include:

Skiing at Mt Buller

As previously mentioned, Mt Buller is the destination of choice for those in Melbourne wanting to visit a respectable snow field without driving a ridiculous amount of time, and July is one of the best months of the year to experience the benefits firsthand. This mountain resort offers an exhilarating winter experience, nestled high on the ski fields and filled with luxury hotels, quaint lodges, and generally excellent and reliable ski conditions.

A range of winter activities are on offer at Mt Buller, including skiing, snowboarding, snowshoe walking, tobogganing and other kinds of board-riding.

Melbourne in July Skiing at Mount Buller

With a visit to Mt Buller you can expect magnificent views combined with clean air and a lovely climate, providing the perfect backdrop for your ski trip regardless of whether you're a beginner or seasoned pro. Due to the varied terrain, there are a variety of runs that are tailored to every level, from beginner green runs through to advanced black runs that will be sure to get the adrenaline pumping.

Visit the Melbourne Aquarium

While July in Melbourne typically provides a high volume of days where the air is particularly chilly out, there are also, fortunately, plenty of attractions and things to do that are located indoors – one of the most popular of which is the Melbourne Aquarium.

An award-winning, educational and entertaining experience that is ideal for those cold days, the aquarium is easy to reach due to its central location in the city, alongside the Yarra River. Home to numerous exhibits containing a huge variety of marine life, Melbourne Aquarium is also the only place in Australia where you'll be able to see Antarctic penguins getting up to their super-cute antics.

SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium Penguins

The Penguins aren't the only highlight, with daily shark and stingray dive-feeding shows in the aquarium's famous 'fishbowl' a must-see experience, and the facility itself is divided up into four separate worlds that each provide an emphasis on a different aspect of aquatic life.

From marine oddities found in the Weird & Wonderful section, to the vibrant colours and huge range of species of fish found in River-to-Reef, to seeing the fierce predators of the ocean up-close at the Sharks Alive exhibit, all parts of the ocean are covered and provide some great winter entertainment for both adults and kids.

Visit the Melbourne Cricket Ground

The Melbourne Cricket Ground (or MCG as it is more commonly known) is one of the largest and most iconic sporting venues in Australia and has played host to some of the biggest athletic events in our country's history.

As the spiritual birthplace of Aussie Rules Football, the MCG plays host to dozens of AFL games for a variety of different clubs every season, and there is nothing more Melbournian than donning a scarf and beanie and cheering on a team surrounded by 100,000 other screaming fans.

Melbourne Cricket Grounds Sports Tour

During the regular season (especially the point around July) tickets are fairly easy to come by and reasonably priced, while tours of both the stadium's grounds and private areas along with its adjoining National Australian Sports Museum are available year-round and provide a special insight into the venue and its illustrious history.

As part of an MCG tour you'll be able to go behind the scenes of the stadium, sit in the coach's box, visit the media centres and changerooms and much more. Contrary to what you may think, you don't need to be a sporting fanatic to enjoy a trip to the MCG, as the sheer degree of historical significance invested in the arena has an impact on any visitor.

Melbourne by Month

These are just a few of the most popular activities in in Melbourne in July - 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!

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