Disgracefully wrong! August here, is the equivalent of February where you lot are located; late winter. Furthermore, that "kangaroos hopping in snow" codswallop was taken near Crookwell, NSW (900 m AMSL; 34.5° S), which regularly sees snowfall from June to August; too, it lay prone to particularly heavy snowfalls, owing to its excellent exposure to south-westerly upwinds astride the Southern Tablelands regional. Mind you, in South-Western NSW, many towns above 700 m AMSL regularly receive snowfall, with the >1,000 m towns (such as mine [Anglers Reach]) receiving heavy dumps frequently. The BBC has committed climatological fraud, as usual; the plonkers are downright numpties regarding Australian climate.