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New South Wales

Its capital city, Sydney, is one of the most vibrant cities on the planet offering world class dining and shopping, national parks, an urban beach lifestyle, and the world’s most stunning harbour.

Sydney is the gateway to many exciting experiences within New South Wales. Just a couple of hours drive from Sydney and you could be bush walking or rock climbing in the Blue Mountains, wine tasting in the Hunter Valley or relaxing on a deserted beach.

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10 Things Not to Miss in New South Wales

  1. Sydney Harbour & The Bridge – take a harbour cruise, learn to sail, kayak or go jet-boating. Walk across or climb to the top of the bridge for the best views in town.
  2. Manly – learn to surf or relax and enjoy fish and chips on the beach.
  3. Ku-ring-gai National Park – picnic or bushwalk in this wonderful wilderness area one hour north of Sydney.
  4. Blue Mountains – stay in one of the cliff top villages, enjoy activities such as abseiling, canyoning, bushwalking or golf.
  5. Hunter Valley – try fine wines, great food, top golf courses and day spas, just two hours north of Sydney.
  6. Port Stephens – go dolphin watching and sand dune quad biking. Further afield
  7. North Coast – Pacific Coast Touring Route from Sydney to Brisbane – drive Australia’s most popular coastline
  8. South Coast – drive the South Coast for countless opportunities to see nature and wildlife. Enjoy a more leisurely route to Melbourne.
  9. Lord Howe Island – Experience nature at its purest on this World Heritage -listed island with its amazing bird life and spectacular coral and marine life. 1
  10. Indian-Pacific Railway – take the famous train to Broken Hill, gateway to the New South Wales Outback.