Australia’s climate varies from state to state. General weather It is a tropical to warm. Tasmania’s lowest average temperature is around 0-12 degrees Celsius and the hottest in the north is 33-34 degrees Celsius.
- Spring September – November good weather, beautiful flowers.
December – February Hot and arid Some are hot and some are wild.
- Fall March – May The weather started to cool down. The coastal cities in the south and the cities in the rainforest are prone to flooding.
- Winter June – August Snow is cold in the high mountains.
Australia is a country with a wide area. So there is a difference. The Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is divided into three zones.
- Eastern Standard Time-EST is faster than GMT, 10 hours and 3 hours faster than Thailand, using in New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, Queensland and Canberra.
- Central Standard Time-CST is 9.5 hours faster than GMT and 2 hours faster than Thailand. Used in South Australia and Northern Territory.
- Western Standard Time-WST is faster than GMT, 8 hours and 1 hour faster than Thailand. Used in Western Australia.
- Daylight Saving – In Summer Australia will have time in the range. In Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Tasmania, time has been adjusted. 1 hour more from October to March.
Australia used The Australian Dollar (AUD) is 100 cents and is divided into the following: $ 5, $ 20, $ 50 and $ 100 each. There are two types of coins. Gold coins are $ 1 and $ 2 each. The coins are $ 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, with exchange rates of Baht 30 for each baht.