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Sydney in November


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

While still technically the end of spring, don't take Sydney in November lightly; unlike many other countries in the Western world, it can get not only warm, but HOT on many days throughout the month.

Sydney in November at a Glance:
Public Holidays: None
Season: Summer
Average Temperatures: 23.6 - 15.5 degrees Celsius

While average temperatures for November are a comfortable maximum of 24 degrees, spikes that jump up into the 30s are not uncommon, with the record for the month being over 40 degrees, meaning making sure accommodation has air-conditioning can be a worthwhile endeavour. Along with the increase in temperature also comes an increase in rainfall, so carrying an umbrella during November in Sydney can be a good idea. On the clearer days however, the conditions are typically ideal for outdoor activities including cycling, swimming, hiking, picnics and other outdoor and adventure activities, so if you enjoy the great outdoors then it may be the perfect month for you to visit Sydney.

As the months warm up, one thing people often notice about Sydney is that - other than the areas closer to the seaside or harbour - on hot days the air can become trapped within the boundaries of the tall office buildings in the CBD, a factor that is multiplied by the city centre's low-lying geographical position. This means that it can get quite stifling in Sydney in November even though isn't truly "summer" yet, and so many visitors choose to participate in activities that are further away from the main, central districts, or get out of the city itself entirely.

Sydney in NovemberOf course, one of the biggest events of the year (not only in Sydney, but in all of Australia) is also held in November – the Melbourne Cup. The so-called “horse race that stops a nation” is a huge event that is celebrated throughout the country, and it is not uncommon for businesses to take time out of their schedules to watch and/or place bets on the race. The Melbourne Cup is held on the first Tuesday of every November, so don't be surprised if many bars, pubs and other locations for public viewing of the event are packed!

Lastly, one of the biggest advantages of visiting Sydney in November is that the month has the second-most hours of sunlight of any other per year, second only to December. This means that if you're looking to have an active, full day in and around Sydney, you're most likely going to have plenty of sunny days from which to choose – so get out there and embrace it! Some of the most popular things to do in Sydney in November include:

Go sailing on Sydney Harbour

Sailing Sydney HarbourOne of the most memorable ways to experience Sydney's iconic waterways that takes full advantage of the sunshine is a sailing cruise. The sailing experience differentiates itself from the standard cruise experience by being fully open-deck and embracing the open air while taking the chance to become more of an active participant rather than simply sitting and staring out of a window.

While aboard the vessel you can learn some new sailing skills or apply any existing skills you may have to get involved; or, if you'd prefer, you can just relax on the deck and soak in some sun while enjoying the cool breeze and admiring the many city sights and landmarks that surround Sydney Harbour. Many of the available sailing trips also include a gourmet dinner or breakfast option as well, making for a truly memorable dining experience accompanied by the lapping of the water and the warm November sun.

Get out of the city centre and visit the South Coast

South Sydney TourSydney isn't all just buildings and harbours; travel a little further to the south and you'll soon come into contact with areas with more greenery that typify authentic Australian bushland and rainforest.

A tour to this area provides an enjoyable blend of panoramic scenery, surf, sand, and greenery within the greater Sydney area that will likely surprise you. As part of this particular tour you will be able to take part in the popular Illawarra Fly Tree Top Walk which gives you majestic views over the treetops, enjoy wines and a local produce platter at a historic winery and travel through the scenic Kangaroo Valley to the southern highlands.

Try a traditional Australian Billy tea, peer off the scenic Ball Hill Lookout, admire the waterfalls and lookouts of Woolongong harbour, and much more all in the air-conditioned comfort of a luxury mini-bus out of the heat while accompanied by friendly driver/guides who will share their knowledge of the various sights with you. In cases like this, it definitely pays off to think “outside the box” when considering what to do in Sydney in November!

Visit the top of Sydney Tower

Sydney TowerThe large number of clear, sunny days in Sydney in November means that you'll have an increased number of opportunities to scope out the best view of the entire city and beyond from the viewing area atop Sydney Tower.

On clear days, you'll be able to take in views as far as the Blue Mountains, which make for an impressive spectacle, as well as all the obvious city-area architecture and harbour attractions such as the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Fort Denison, etc. One of the great things about Sydney Tower is that, if you spot a particular object or location of interest, the Tower's mounted binoculars are free (unlike many other coin-operated machines at most other popular towers throughout the world).

Plus, if you're feeling more daring and want to get involved in the proceedings, the option is also there to take part in the popular Sydney Tower Skywalk that lets you step out from behind the glass while harnessed to a special viewing platform at an altitude of 260 metres above the city – the same height as you would get to experience from atop the Eiffel Tower!

What to do in Sydney by Month:

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