Our house is on stumps so we often hang clothes underneath. It's also good on non rainy days for stuff that is too delicate and will fade in direct sunlight. We have a dryer too, but I try not to use it too much.
I've a large clothes airer which lives out in one of my back rooms as well as one that hangs over my laundry door whic my mother bought me about 40 odd years ago. This is the one I use the most. It's obviously smaller with about 6 rungs so anything that can be hung goes on coathangers and the remainder pegged. I also hang the dried outdoor washing on this before sorting, folding or ironing. I do have a clothes drier but prefer not to use this if possible.
I have a fair-sized laundry room so clothes are put on hangers to dry. Do the same with sheets and towels when necessary. I also have a large roofed, paved area outside my lounge - I put a couple of clothes dryers out there when it is raining. It doesn't take long in the Brisbane climate for clothes to dry. I never use my tumble dryer mainly for environmental reasons. I have had this dryer for about 6 years and have used it twice in that time - when it was really humid here and the clothes just would not dry.
I live in an apartment/unit, so I mostly hang all my laundry in the spare room! I do have a balcony, but the sunlight only gets to that area in the afternoon. And when it's windy the airers get blown over so I have to wash everything again!
I have made a makeshift clothesline under the pergola where I hang clothes if it is raining. I also make use of the curtain rods inside the house. I'll hang what I can on coat-hangers and put these on the rods. This works well if it is humid outside and we have the air conditioning on inside.
Lucky. My curtain rods are those idiotic things that you can't hang anything on. At least I have my pergola. *sigh* I swear my next house will have a huge laundry room and a chrome rod across it like jonaj has.