New South Wales

Vacation in Australia

New South Wales

New South Wales has endless beaches, breathtaking natural treasures, and one of the world’s most famous and exciting cities. There are so many places to go to in New South Wales: Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge or take the ferry past the Opera House to Manly, take a trip to the Hunter Valley vineyards or the romantic Blue Mountains, or just relax on the beach in Byron Bay or Moree’s natural artesian spas. Whatever you do in New South Wales will be an investment of time, and you definitely won’t regret it.

Sight Seeing

Sydney


Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales, soak up the city’s gorgeous harbour, charming outdoor lifestyle and great natural beauty. Kayak under the Sydney Harbour Bridge or wave at the Opera House as you ride a ferry across the harbour to Manly. You can visit the cobblestone cul-de-sacs of The Rocksor in the markets, boutiques, cafes and pubs of Paddington. As well as a world-famous harbour and more than 70 beaches, Sydney offers fabulous food, and festivals. You’ll soon agree there’s no place in the world like Sydney.


Sydney and Surrounds

Hunter Valley


Hunter Valley is when the wineries and rolling hills are the backdrop for outdoor opera, jazz, blues and sculpture. Relax with a gourmet picnic hamper at Bimbadgen Blues. See world-renowned tenors perform at Opera in the Vineyards. Savor saxophone riffs and fine wine at Jazz in the Vines.

Blue Mountains


Take a breath of fresh air, landing in New South Wales for some peaceful time in the Blue Mountains. The World Heritage listed Blue Mountains region attracts bushwalkers, and adventure seekers. The scenery is beautiful, the wildlife is plentiful and the towns are welcoming.

Outback

There are some breathtaking nature experiences in Outback NSW. Go bush camping by a river in an outback national park or hike through rugged gorge country and see remarkable Aboriginal rock art in a remote cave. Explore areas of the Riverina's famous red gum forests and the Murrumbidgee River on a kayaking or cycling tour with local guides.

Bondi Beach

Savor spectacular ocean views with your food in Bondi’s many beachside eateries. Enjoy a gelato at the 1920s Bondi. At the cafes on Campbell Parade, Hall Street and clustered around Bondi’s back streets, you’ll find everything from tapas to classic fish and chips.