Young

Undulating is the best way to describe the terrain in which nestles the Capital Country town of Young. A primary cherry-growing area - the Annual Cherry Festival commences on the last weekend in November - it's located close to both Cowra and Cootamundra and is also renowned for its growth of other delicious winter fruits.

Initially founded as a mining town, historical remnants of that golden era make Young a great sightseeing destination for those interested in Australia's pioneering legend. Chinaman's Dam, established by two Dutch brothers in the 1860s, is just four kilometres out of the town and has an extensive recreation and aquatic reserve, while Blackguard Gully Goldmining is a three-hectare area dedicated to prospecting.

Temperatures for Young

Young has hot summer temperatures. The summer high temperature for Young is approximately 30 °c. The summer low temperature is approximately 14 °c.

Young has mild winter temperatures. The winter high temperature for Young is approximately 13 °c. The winter low temperature is approximately 2 °c.

January1431
February1430
March1127
April722
May417
June213
July112
August214
September418
October622
November926
December1229



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