The Different Temperate Zones That You Can Find in Australia

There are definitely different areas around the globe that call to mind a certain temperate zone or even a certain temperature. From the north to the south to the east to the west, there are completely different landscapes… even fifty miles apart. Whitehaven, Forget Bay, there are tonnes that are very prolific just in our backyard. Each needs a completely different plan of attack from the Restumping Melbourne team.

If you live in a warmer climate, get ahead of the game and contact us in the autumn before to get any work done on your property. This sounds a little bit aggressive, but it just means that we can make the plans in advance to ensure that we have all of the equipment and the processes in place, so that there is limited time that you have to spend out of your home.

If you live in a cooler climate, like Victoria, you’re going to work on the same schedule as cities in the Northern Hemisphere. You have a little bit more lead time here if you want work done on the foundation of your house – or any home renovation projects. We share all of our tips and tricks on the Restumping Melbourne blog.

Looking for inspiration if you’re thinking about a home renovation or new project? According to the World Wide Web, here are some sites that you should visit as the seasons change and you’re looking for the best vistas possible:

  • Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park – Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List for not only its cultural values but far more… The park was first added to this particular list back in 1987.
  • Hamelin Pool: This is a protected marine nature reserve located in the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Shark Bay in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia. It’s old… we’re talking more than three million years!
  • The Pinnacles: Another natural feature… The Pinnacles are formations made from limestone within Nambung National Park. This can be found near the town of Cervantes, Western Australia.
  • 12 Apostles: The Twelve Apostles is a collection of stacks built from limestone that can be found off the shore of Port Campbell National Park, by the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. This can be a huge tourist attraction, depending on what time of year you decide to visit.
  • Wave Rock: This is another natural feature. Wave Rock is a formation of natural rock that just happens to be shaped like a tall breaking ocean wave… and can be found in Western Australia.

Do you see a common theme? All of these are natural landmarks, and they’re right here in our backyard. We’re surrounded by beauty and the different locations that you should definitely check out.

Questions? Please reach out to the Restumping Melbourne team. We would love to hear from you and continue the conversation about the best ways to keep your dream home growing and evolving.