Best Time To Go
The climate of the north coast region of New South Wales, particularly along the coast, is genwral mild to warm, making it a year round destination. Winters can be somewhat cool in places, however, particularly when the south west winds blow off the snow capped Great Dividing Range. A general rule of thumb is that the further north you go, the more sub-tropical the weather will be.
Temperatures in the mountainous areas of the hinterland are generally somewhat cooler and wetter than nearby coastal areas and river valleys. The climate varies from temperate on the lower altitudes to subalpine at highest elevations. remember that wherever there are rainforests these is plenty of rain. It sounds like common sense, but most people forget this. Remember too that more rain means more water in the streams and rivers to flow over the waterfalls, which isn’Äôt a bad thing.