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The regions of New South Wales

New South Wales
Sydney Sydney Surrounds North Coast South Coast Snowy Mountains Heart of Country Outback Lord Howe Island

Beautiful scenics hiking in the Snowy Mountains. Snowy Mountains Mountain air doesn’t come any purer than this.

Views from Mt Gower, Lord Howe Island (photo: Ian Hutton / Tourism NSW). Lord Howe Island is the last island paradise, music for the soul.

Lunar landscape, Mungo National Park, Outback NSW. Outback Awe-inspiring landscapes and memorable characters under blue skies.

Hathead, North Coast NSW (Photo: Don Fuchs). North Coast Classic Aussie surf culture meets World Heritage-listed national parks.

White sands of Jervis Bay, South Coast NSW. South Coast The unspoilt beauty of the South Coast unfolds in a series of bays and coves.

Relax and unwind at Audrey Wilkison, Hunter (Photo: A. Smart) Sydney Surrounds A grand spectrum of delights, all within two and a half hours' drive of Sydney.

Quaint views of Hill End, near Bathurst, Central NSW.Country NSW - Classic Australian towns founded by gold miners, graziers and farmers.

City views from Lavender Bay, Sydney. Sydney The laid-back outdoor lifestyle and natural beauty make Sydney a great city to visit.

Travel through New South Wales to discover a State of great natural beauty, with plenty to see and do

 

The capital of New South Wales, Sydney, is surrounded by national parks, mountains, golden beaches and dynamic regional centres sprinkled throughout the State.

The regions of New South Wales are within easy reach of Sydney - by car, train or plane. A range of holiday experiences awaits visitors keen to get out and explore Australia's most populous State. Learn to surf, try hot-air ballooning, horse trails, skiing, sampling fine wine and food - all of these experiences can be enjoyed in New South Wales.

You'll have plenty of opportunities to see native animals in the wild - from whales and dolphins to emus and kangaroos. Stop for a pub lunch in an outback hotel or enjoy freshly baked pies on the verandah of a heritage cafe.

You can visit World Heritage sites throughout New South Wales. Mungo National Park is part of the Willandra Lakes area in Outback NSW, Lord Howe Island is less than two hours' flight from Sydney or Brisbane, Gondwana Rainforests of Australia include more than 50 parks and reserves stretching from Barrington Tops to Mount Warning, and the Greater Blue Mountains Area is just 90 minutes' drive from Sydney.

Surfers on the beach, North Coast

North Coast

From Terrigal, just north of Sydney, to The Tweed on the Queensland border, is a golden stretch of coastline with ancient rainforests...

Hill End, Heart of Country

Heart of Country

This diverse region at the centre of the State sprawls from Tenterfield to Albury, Singleton to Dubbo, Goulburn to Mildura-Wentworth...

Relaxing in the Hunter Valley, Sydney Surrounds

Sydney Surrounds

Regions within three hours drive of Sydney include the Central Coast, The Hunter, Blue Mountains, Hawkesbury River, Illawarra and Southern Highlands...

Mungo National Park, Outback NSW

Outback

Bordering three states, with iconic Broken Hill and Lake Mungo, part of the Willandra Lakes World Heritage Area...

Jervis Bay, South Coast

South Coast

Unspoilt natural beauty of the southern coast from Wollongong and surrounds to Bega and the Sapphire Coast...

Lord Howe Island

Lord Howe Island

World Heritage-listed island two hours' flight from Sydney or Brisbane, a nature lovers' paradise with all the luxuries...

Family building a snowman, Snowy Mountains

Snowy Mountains

Alpine experiences, Mount Kosciuszko, Australia's highest peak, Tumut, Jindabyne and Cooma...

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