The Blue Mountains offers an easy escape from the hustle and bustle.
Whether you come to the Blue Mountains for a day or more there is never enough time to experience everything.
Byron Bay is quickly becoming a destination for travellers who are looking for a special place to unwind, relax, recharge the batteries and find themselves.
When Canberra was designed by Walter Burley Griffin back in 1911, a small triangle on the plan was to be the centre of government and home to Australia’s great national institutions.
Let the warm turquoise waters of the South Pacific baptise your spirit as you swim, surf or dive. This is where sea breezes caress you as you sail, cruise or fish along the coast.
We invite you to Discover our Green, Gold and Blue - our rainforests, our beaches, our waterways.
The Hunter Valley stretches from the Goulburn River and Wollemi National Park to the South right upto Barrington Tops National Park to the North. Not only does the Hunter boast wonderful scenery, but it is also home to a large wine and coaling industries.
The beautiful Tweed Shire lies in the far North East corner of New South Wales, along the NSW border with Queensland.
NSW South Coast
As you drive down the Princes Highway, there’s an ever-changing backdrop to the golden, or dazzling white, beaches - rugged mountain ranges, rivers tumbling through gorges or meandering across green valleys and then slipping into the sea, tranquil lakes, lush dairy farms and native bushland in more than 300,000 hectares of National Parks and State Forests.
Snow Country - New South Wales
Various styles of accommodation are available at the snowfields of Jindabyne, Thredbo, & Perisher Blue or on the roads in-between
Sydney Harbour is often seen as the stunning focal point that defines this beautiful city. Framed by a dramatic cityscape and surrounded by sandstone cliffs, coves and numerous beaches it is arguably the most beautiful harbour in the world.
New South Wales InformationThere's no place like it!
If the best experiences can be found in your own backyard, then New South Wales should top your holiday wish list. Its beauty and diversity really does offer something for everyone. Enjoy the big city buzz of Sydney, its great restaurants and shopping, the beauty of its world famous harbour.
Then step away to soak up the local flavours of the regions of New South Wales. Laze on a beach, hike in fresh mountain air, journey to the red outback, soothe your soul in one of the World Heritage national parks, take a leisurely drive through the State's lush farm regions or stop in the quirky towns and cosmopolitan centres.
Along the way you'll be amazed at what you find - fine food and wine trails, lively festivals, Aboriginal heritage tours, amazing landscapes and friendly locals.
New South Wales is all about the best things in life. So why not experience it today?
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