Western Australia's climate ranges from Mediterranean in the south to tropical in the north. Winter (June-August) offers mild conditions in the south, ideal for hiking. In the north, the dry season (May-October) is optimal. Be cautious of high temperatures during the summer (December-February). Check Bureau of Meteorology
Spring (September-November) brings wildflower blooms, particularly in the Perth hills and the south-west. Remember, always carry ample water, sun protection and be prepared for abrupt weather changes.
The north's wet season (November-April) isn't advisable for hiking due to high humidity, rain, and possible cyclones. However, the cooler Kimberley region can provide comfortable hiking conditions. Check Parks and Wildlife Service
for specific information.