In Eden, weather extremes are the exception. At the height of summer, life revolves around our pristine beaches and Twofold Bay, and we take full advantage of the long hours of sunlight — about 14 hours. Eden is 38m above sea level and the climate is classified as warm and temperate.
SPRING / SUMMER
In spring, the waters off Eden transform into the “Humpback Highway” and we celebrate and study baleen and toothed whales on their southern migration with their calves. Australian Geographic named Eden Australia’s best whale-watching destination. You can watch the whales play in Twofold Bay from the shore or get right up close in a boat. Our summers reflect our temperate climate — warm waters, balmy nights and predominately northerly breezes. The days often reach around 30°C with average temperatures ranging from 16°C to 25°C.
AUTUMN / WINTER
Summer fades into a pleasant autumn and mild winter with about 10 hours of daylight a day. Waters stay warm right through autumn and are perfect for wilderness adventures such as kayaking, bushwalking, mountain biking, diving or fishing. Even on below-average days, when a storm races across the landscape and whips up the sea, there’s nothing quite as exhilarating as a visit to our rugged coastline. Winter average temperatures range from 7°C to 17°C.
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