Where Do Cyclones Occur?


Cyclones start in tropical areas like northern Australia, South-East Asia and several Pacific islands. They occasionally drift into the temperate coastal regions, threatening more densely populated areas to the South. Northern Australia has approximately four or five tropical cyclones each year during the summer time wet season.
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Cyclones begin in tropical areas, such as Northern Australia, Southeast Asia and many Pacific islands. Sometimes they move into the temperate coastal areas. Northern Australia has about four or five tropical cyclones every year during the summer time wet season.
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