Although the climate of Gungahlin is only mild on the world scale, it is fairly unique to Australia, with warm summers and cool to cold, frosty winters - Gungahlin even receives light snow falls in most winters! Rainfall is moderate, averaging just under 600mm per year. On average, spring is the wettest time of year and the autumn the driest. Totals can vary widely from year to year.
The table below (updated on 10 January 2024) reflects the data recorded at the Gungahlin Weather Centre since it opened in1999.
Given the relatively small sample size, caution should be exercised when making assumptions on the long-term climate of Gungahlin.