June is a little too cold to enjoy swimming in Hutts Beach for any length of time.
In June, the cooler weather and increased rainfall may limit sunbathing opportunities, but swimming is still possible on warmer days. Surfing conditions continue to improve, making it an ideal month for experienced surfers. Snorkeling and diving can still be enjoyed, though the water may be cooler. Also consider one of our other suggestions for June.
June is the beginning of winter in Western Australia, and Hutts Beach experiences its lowest level of crowds during this month. The cold weather and lack of special events or public holidays make the beach virtually empty, with only a few dedicated beachgoers braving the chilly conditions.
The average day light hours per day in Hutts Beach in June are 9.9 and there are 4 hours of sunshine per day on average during June making it not a particularly sunny month.
The ultraviolet index in Hutts Beach in June is typically 2.9 during June. An ultraviolet index reading of 3 to 5 indicates there is a moderate risk of harm from unprotected sun exposure. Keep out of the sun during the strongest hours around midday when unprotected skin risks burning in less than 30 minutes. For the sensitive wear protective clothing, a wide-brimmed hat, and UV-blocking sunglasses. Generously apply broad spectrum SPF 30+ sunscreen every 2 hours, even on cloudy days, and after swimming or sweating. Tanning for hours is possible with the right application of sun cream. Watch out for relections from water that may increase ultraviolet exposure.
The average sea water temperature in Hutts Beach in June is 17.7° which is cool for swimming, shorty wetsuit may help you extend your time in the water.