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The Australian continent experiences a variety of climates and, because of its size, does not have one single seasonal calendar for the entire continent.  It has six climatic zones with two main seasonal patterns with a range of temperatures from below zero in the Snowy Mountains in southern Australia to extreme heat in the Kimberley region in the north-west of the continent.


Choose from 150 pictures in our Seasons collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Autumn in Bright, Australia - glorious poplar trees #3 Featured Seasons Print

Autumn in Bright, Australia - glorious poplar trees #3

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Once a gold-mining town, now a popular holiday destination famous for its colourful trees in autumn and the Ovens River in summer. Located in the ?High Country? in North-East Victoria, Australia

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Ferns and Snow Featured Seasons Print

Ferns and Snow

In early 2003 bush fires swept through Canberra Australia. This is a photo of the new growth after a snow fall

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St Kilda Pier, Victoria, Australia Featured Seasons Print

St Kilda Pier, Victoria, Australia

St Kilda Pier early (foggy) winter morning. St Kilda Pier's history dates back to 1853 when the St Kilda Pier and Jetty Company constructed a wooden jetty to assist the early settlers in unloading timber, building materials and firewood to St Kilda. Not long after its construction the small jetty fell victim to a stormy Port Phillip Bay and was washed away. Various forms of piers were constructed at St Kilda in the 1800's as the demand for a larger pier grew with the ever-increasing trade to and from the area. Since then the St Kilda Pier has grown to its present size, with the most recent concrete section constructed in the 1970's