Nature conservation

Conserving biodiversity

South Eastern Highlands - climate

This bioregion is dominated by a temperate climate characterised by warm summers and no dry season. Significant areas in the north and south of the bioregion are at higher elevations in a montane climate zone, where summers are much milder.

South Eastern Highlands Bioregion - climate variable information
Mean annual temperature
Minimum average monthly temperature
Maximum average monthly temperature
Mean annual rainfall
Minimum average monthly rainfall
Maximum average monthly rainfall

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