Airlie Beach weather in September

September heralds the onset of spring and is an excellent time to visit Airlie Beach. You can expect clear and sunny, blue skies, warm daily temperatures and little or no rain.

How hot is it in Airlie Beach in September?
Daytime temperatures usually reach 28°C (82°F) in Airlie Beach in September with moderate heat and humidity, falling to 14°C (57°F) at night.

What does the humidity feel like in Airlie Beach in September?
The average dew point temperature in Airlie Beach in September is 16°C (60°F), which feels comfortable. 

There are on average four days in late September that may feel muggy.

How sunny is it in Airlie Beach in September?
There are normally nine hours of bright sunshine each day in Airlie Beach in September – that's around 78% of daylight hours.

Sunrise & sunset in September?
Sunrise is around 6am with sunset around 6pm.

How warm is the sea around Airlie Beach in September?
The average sea temperature around Airlie Beach in September is 23°C (73°F), which is acceptable for swimming.

Does it rain in Airlie Beach in September?
There are usually three days with some rain in Airlie Beach in September and the average monthly rainfall is around 7mm (‹1in).

How windy is it in Airlie Beach in September?
September sees an average wind speed of 12km/h (7.5 mph; 6.5 knots). The predominant wind direction is from the south-east and east. However, north-east winds occur with increasing frequency from September through to January.

What to do in Airlie Beach in September?
September is perfect for hiking the region's trails and exploring beaches, snorkelling and scuba diving. It's also excellent for sailing.

August to November is considered the most settled time of year for sailing in the Whitsundays.

Local holidays?
No local holidays means less crowds.

Airlie Beach weather in September

Temperature icon High Temp: 28°C (82°F)
temperature icon Low Temp: 14°C (57°F)
sun icon Sunshine: 9 hours per day
Moderately hot icon
Daylight: 12 hours per day
rain cloud Rainfall: 7 mm (‹1 in) per month
umbrella icon Wet Days: 3 days with some rain
Moderate heat icon Comfort Level: Moderate heat; 64% relative humidity
temperature icon Dew Point: 16°C (61°F) – Comfortable
Moderately hot icon
UV Index: Very High
wind icon Wind speed: 12 km/h (7.5 mph; 6.5 knots)
swimming icon Sea Temp: 23°C (73°F)
Airlie Beach, Whitsundays

Best time to visit Airlie Beach

Anytime, but for the best weather visit Airlie Beach anytime during the winter dry season from May to November.

Airlie Beach Weather Overview

Airlie Beach weather by month

Source: Meteorological data for Airlie Beach is based on weather statistics gathered for the 30-year period 1991 to 2020 by the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) from the closest weather station: Proserpine Airport (PPP), also known as Whitsunday Coast Airport, located 39km (24mi) southwest of Airlie Beach.

Advice on the best time to visit a particular destination is based on average local weather statistics, when the weather conditions are generally better than at other times of the year. We consider high and low temperatures, risk of rain (and thunderstorms, etc.), amount of sunshine and sea temperature. For general outdoor activities we favour clear, rainless days with a temperature range between 18°C (64°F) and 27°C (80°F); and for hot-weather activities we favour clear, rainless days with a temperature range between 24°C (75°F) and 32°C (89°F). Often, the best times to visit correspond to high season and therefore involve higher prices. Dew point temperature measures moisture content in the atmosphere: a higher dew point feels more humid, while a lower dew point feels drier.

Latest update: Airlie Beach weather in September: 12 June, 2024

Disclaimer: The information on this site is provided as is, without any assurances as to its accuracy or suitability for any purpose. Weather data and conditions at any given location and time are unpredictable and variable. We assume no responsibility and can not be held legally responsible for any decisions made on the basis of the information presented on this site.