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Hottest temperatures Australia 2018 by location

Highest temperatures in Australia as of January 2018, by location (in degrees Celsius)

by L. Granwal, last edited Jan 24, 2019
Hottest temperatures Australia 2018 by location This statistic illustrates the maximum recorded temperatures in Australia as of January 2018, by geographical location. On the date examined, the highest recorded temperature was at Red Rocks Point in Western Australia, where the temperature was 49.2 degrees Celsius. By comparison, Oodnatta airport in South Australia recorded a high of 47.4 degrees and 46.6 degrees Celsius was recorded at the Ballera Gas Field in Queensland. In January 2018, Australia experienced a heat wave with 17 records being broken in South Australia, mass fish deaths in New South Wales and emergency animal shootings in other parts of the country.
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Highest temperatures in Australia as of January 2018, by location (in degrees Celsius)

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