Visit New South Wales Australia
Of all the states New South Wales offers possibly the greatest variety of accessible landscapes. No skyline is more readily associated with modern Australia than Sydney’s Harbour Bridge and its Opera House. Sydney is defined by its harbour one of the most beautiful in the world.
The famous Blue Mountains, Hawkesbury River and Jenolan Caves are all within 200 km of Sydney. So too is Australias major industrial city Newcastle, near the wine producing Hunter River Valley area.
The North Coast of NSW zone extends from the Central Coast north of Sydney to the Queensland border. This region is distinguished by classic Aussie beach culture, great food and wine and the World Heritage-listed rainforest hinterland.
The South Coast of NSW is seen as a perfect holiday haven offering fun and relaxation, easy access to nature, quaint seaside villages, and the enjoyment of fresh food and wine. Visitors value this region for its uncrowded beaches, natural features and coastal village lifestyle.
Country New South Wales. This diverse region has many natural attractions including national parks, fascinating pioneer-era history, a comprehensive calendar of cultural events, and is peppered throughout with museums and galleries.
Rather like a smorgasbord. NSW has a little of almost everything.
New South Wales Regions
New South Wales Activities and Things To Do