The disturbance remained over the Coral Sea, well off the Queensland coast and the adjacent Great Barrier Reef.
Tim was a threat to only shipping in the region, but it did create gale-force winds and locally heavy rainfall in parts of northeastern Australia.
It formed to the east of Cyclone Sandra, which churned the Coral Sea during the previous week, also dousing New Caledonia and parts of New Zealand after losing its tropical characteristics.
Tropical Storm Tim Track
Satellite Loop Data: CIMSS