New South Wales Activities

New South Wales
Byron Bay
Located on the north coast, this trendy resort is popular among surfers, nature lovers and hippies. A stretch of golden beach frames the ocean – making ideal for sitting back and enjoying the atmosphere. Hike along the Cape Byron Track to reach the most easterly point on the Australian continent. Marked by the famous lighthouse, you'll find amazing photo opportunities.
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Hunter Valley
Home to stunning vineyard hotels, the Yarra Valley, Australia's oldest wine region, offers a range of premier experiences. Just two hours north of Sydney by road, kick off your wine tour with a bespoke beer trail or sample the local chocolate. See the beautiful landscape on horseback or on a bicycle, and discover gourmet restaurants.
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Sydney
As the capital of New South Wales, Sydney is one of the most captivating cities in the world, and home to instantly recognisable landmarks like the Darling Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. Cruise the waters of the harbour to fully appreciate the beauty of the waterfront, and investigate the world-class restaurants, festivals, galleries and museums.
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Lord Howe Island
This natural island haven is celebrated for its pristine beauty. Located off the New South Wales north coast, only a maximum of 400 guests are allowed to visit this secluded paradise at a time. Ringed by the world's most southerly coral reef, topped with forest, and surrounded by azure seas, guests can snorkel, hike, and boat around this gorgeous island.
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Blue Mountains National Park
Attracting visitors for more than a century, the Blue Mountains are a favourite getaway amongst locals. The name for these mountains comes from the blue mist created by the eucalyptus trees. The breathtaking terrain includes rising peaks, gorges, waterfalls and sacred aboriginal sites. Get involved in activities such as hiking, rock climbing, abseiling and mountain biking.