Natural Attractions and Eco Tourism in New South Wales

  • Mt Hay, Blue Mountains, Image Chris Jones for Blue Mountains Tourism

  • Kangaroos at Warrumbungle National Park, Image Hamilton Lund

  • Coral at Lord Howe Island, Image Ian Hutton

  • Lake Cootapatamba, Kosciuszko National Park, Image Paul Sinclair

  • Never Never Creek, Dorrigo National Park

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Eco Tours, Eco Tourism, Natural Attractions, Outstanding Natural Beauty, Nature Tour

New South Wales has breath-taking natural attractions from plentiful World Heritage national parks to hidden treasures where Australian flora and fauna thrive.

The UNESCO World Heritage register lists four sites in country NSW, which are considered important to all the peoples of the world. They include the Greater Blue Mountains Area, Lord Howe Island, Willandra Lakes centred on Mungo National Park and Gondwana Rainforests of Australia.

You’ll also discover a world of natural treasures in several island locations. Spot turtles and whales at Solitary Islands Marine Park and a colony of little penguins and Australian fur seals at Montague Island.

There are plenty of ways to getting around exploring these beautiful environments. Take a nature tour to learn about native animal habitats, go abseiling or kayaking, cycling, hiking or bushwalking. Camp overnight in a hidden valley or watch a sparkling waterfall at sunset or sit back and enjoy the sight of mesmeric natural formations.


Outback National ParksOutback National Parks

After recent rains the national parks of Outback NSW are flourishing. Find out about the great offers that are now available in Outback NSW and plan your perfect outback adventure.



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