North East Tasmania Tourism

Weather

Weather

North East Tasmania enjoys a lovely cool temperate climate, with the distinctfour seasons throughout the year.

The average annual rainfall in the Scottsdale area is approximately 983 mm, but it is much higher in our more mountainous areas.  

Our district has long daylight hours in summer (maximum 15 hours and 10 minutes) with warm summer temperatures (mean monthly maximum 21.8 degrees in February) and cool winters (mean monthly minimum 3.6 degrees in July).

The coastal town of Bridport averages a mean annual rainfall of approximately 732 mm, with a mean maximum summer temperature of 22.2 degrees in February and a milder mean minimum of 5.4 degrees in July.

For additional climate information, up to date forecasts, and weather alerts check out the Bureau of Meteorology Website.

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Beaches & Fishing

Beaches & Fishing

Walks & Waterfalls

Walks & Waterfalls

Arts & Crafts

Arts & Crafts

History & Heritage

History & Heritage

Sports & Adventure

Sports & Adventure

Food & Wine

Food & Wine

Gardens & Romance

Gardens & Romance

Suggested Itineraries

Suggested Itineraries

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Events

Annual Arts Festival

While elsewhere in Tasmania people are tucking up by the fire and going into winter hibernation, North East Tasmania comes alive to celebrate and showcase local arts and crafts annually on the June long weekend.

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Bridport CWA Market

The Bridport CWA Market is held on the first Saturday of every month, undercover in the CWA Hall. There is a large range of fresh local fruit and vegetables, home-made jam, sauces and cakes. Jewellery, plants and bric-a-brac are also available.

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