... including targeted forecasts at the time of your arrival to each point!
The A1 Pacific Highway from Brisbane to Sydney is approximately 1,000 kilometers in length. The road is generally in good condition, with two lanes in each direction and a median strip between them. The surface is made of asphalt and is smooth and even. The speed limit is 110 kilometers per hour, although this may vary in some areas. The road is generally well-lit at night, with plenty of signs indicating the route and distance to the next major town or city. There are rest stops along the way, with picnic areas and public toilets. In some areas, there are also truck-stops and gas stations. The road is generally fairly quiet and there are few intersections.
The A1 Pacific Highway from Brisbane to Sydney experiences a variety of weather conditions throughout the year. In summer (December-February) temperatures can reach an average high of 28°C and an average low of 16°C with humidity levels ranging from 50-70%. Rainfall is relatively low, with an average of only 60mm per month.
In autumn (March-May) temperatures drop to an average high of 21°C and an average low of 10°C with humidity levels ranging from 55-75%. Rainfall increases slightly to an average of 75mm per month.
In winter (June-August) temperatures can drop to an average high of 17°C and an average low of 8°C with humidity levels ranging from 60-80%. Rainfall increases significantly to an average of 150mm per month.
In spring (September-November) temperatures begin to rise again, reaching an average high of 22°C and an average low of 13°C with humidity levels ranging from 60-75%. Rainfall decreases slightly to an average of 100mm per month.
This map shows the current & 7-day weather forecast, road conditions, and weather radar for A1 Pacific Highway.