Sydney in September is Sydney in spring! Aside from the evident tourist attractions, mingling and mixing with the locals might be a far more agreeable experience. A lot of travelers opt to visit Sydney in September as the weather is warm but not very hot.
Sydney offers an array of events and activities this September. When the spring comes , after the winter has kept a lot of people inside the museums, eateries, shopping malls and theaters, you are more inclined to spend time outside, enjoying the nature and events.
September events in Sydney
Festival of the Winds – This is probably the most exciting and the biggest kite festival in the country this year. The skies will brighten up with countless kites of different sizes and shapes both from local and international flyers and makers. Watch out for the international guest this September who would be showcasing their unique kites. The festival takes place at Bondi Beach in mid-September.
Turning Wave Festival – This is a marvelous festivity of Australian and Irish music and the associated arts held for more than five days of spectacular performances and events, catering for arts and music aficionados, families who want to enjoy a secure festival and people who want to absorb the friendliness and atmosphere. The Turning Wave Festival runs between September 16 and 20.
Cronulla Spring Festival – The festival is a two-day activity that features over 100 market stands, live entertainment and enjoyment for everybody. Market stands include fashion, eclectic items and food from the Cronulla traders and outside businesses. The festival is expected to attract nearly 30,000 individuals and is deemed as the biggest outdoor festival in Sydney. Cronulla Spring Festival takes place during the Sept 12 & 13 weekend.
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City of Sydney Spring Cycle – This is the most famous yearly recreational cycling event when a lot of cyclists of different ages and capacities come together to take pleasure in the Sunday cycle throughout the various most scenic surroundings of Sydney. This fun for charity event takes place during the Sept 26 & 27 weekend.
September weather in Sydney
September is blessed with ideal weather. Sydney is fairly dry and the temperatures rapidly amplify. Daytime rises into 20s for the whole month. The nights rapidly warm too.
Avg. high 69°F/20°C
Avg. low 54°F/12°C
Avg. precipitation 2.44 inches/6.21 cm
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Though it’s easy to get to Sydney at any time of the year, the city is particularly enjoyable to visit during autumn and spring. And since spring time is an off-peak season in Sydney, there are plenty of airlines offering great deals during this season. So, if you are planning to fly into Sydney this September, it would be wise to start searching for cheap flights in advance.
Where to Stay
September is outside of the holiday or peak period, so accommodation and hotels must be readily unfilled and practically priced. So, if you are on a tight budget, you can surely find affordable hostels during this season.