As you know, Australia is a large country, somewhat like Canada or the USA. And, as in those two countries, you’ll find many differences here as you go from east to west, or north to south.
I live in northern Queensland, at around 17.25 degrees south of the equator. My son and his wife live in Victoria, at about 36.33 degrees Latitude, in the foothills of the Australian Alps.
At this time of year, that makes quite a difference, as was brought home to me when I looked at a couple of photos my son sent me today.
Then, I looked at my weather, and here are a couple of shots to show you the contrast.
I’m sure you could provide examples of similar contrasts from your country, wherever that happens to be.
I’m going down to visit them next month. I’m looking forward to brisk walks, cross country skiing and a rosy nose and cheeks.