The Hottest Inhabited Place On Earth
A Boab tree used as a prison on the King River road near Wyndham. Chris&Steve
It may not experience the hottest temperatures on Earth (that record goes to Al 'Aziziyah), but Wyndham, Australia has consistently high temperatures throughout the year making it one of the hottest inhabited places on Earth. The annual average maximum temperature is 35.6°C (96.1°F). The hottest month is November with an average maximum temperature of 39.4°C (102.9°F), and the 'coolest months' of June and July have an average maximum of 31.2°C (86.4°F). In 1946, Wyndham recorded 333 consecutive days of temperatures over 32°C (90°F)!
Fitzroy River. yewenyi
Wikipedia also lists Fitzroy Crossing, Australia as the hottest inhabited place but doesn't give any information regarding temperatures. As an example of how hot it has been this month, at 9am (Fitzroy Crossing time) it was 33.6C and the lowest temperature this month was a chilly 22C (source)
Many websites list Dallol, Ethiopia as being the hottest inhabited place on Earth due to an average annual temperature of 34°C (94°F) was recorded between the years 1960 and 1966. This is lower than the annual average temperature of 35.6°C quoted by Wikipedia for Wyndham.