New South Wales Holiday Destinations
New South Wales, generally abbreviated to NSW is the most populous State in Australia with over 7 million people. Nestled between Queensland, Victoria, South Australia and the Tasman Sea there is so much to do and see in the Iconic State it is difficult to know where to begin.
Home to two of the most famous landmarks in the world, Sydney Opera House and the incredible Harbour Bridge, Sydney, the capital city of NSW is world renowned. It is one of the major Arts, Music and Film centres in Australia, has one of the most best beaches in the World at Bondi, an amazing kilometre of pristine sand and one of the most famous rip currents in the world to test the very best of the surfing fraternity. (Cont..Below)
New South Wales also has some of the most incredible scenery through the Blue Mountains and a mix of bushland and wilderness that blends seamlessly into the backdrop of a modern civilisation. This Mountainous region in the area known as the Great Dividing Range which runs from Victoria to Queensland encompasses the snowfields of the Snowy Mountains, (the Skiing centre of the state), the Southern Tablelands and the Southwest Slopes.
With over 780 National Parks and Reserves, the area is home to Rugged Landscapes, Marin Wonderlands, Arid Deserts, Incredible Waterfalls, Rainforests and many National Heritage Areas.
New South Wales truly has every type of adventure holiday to suit even the most arduous travellers. With Mountaineering, Abseiling, Cycling and Bush Walking through the Majestic Blue Mountains to the Pristine Waterways of Hawkesbury with water sports in abundance to the relaxed beaches of Manly and the Central Coast and the thriving hub of Blacktown a true multicultural mix from 50 countries and over 63 languages, if you cannot find anything to do or see in New South Wales, then you are not looking hard enough.
Probably the best area to really see what New South Wales has to offer is Sutherland Shire. Just 25k from Sydney CBD the area includes 4 National Parks, 11 kilometres of pure sandy beaches, some of the best surf breaks in the world on the Cronulla Coast and a myriad of walks and natural bushland.
There are Museums, Art Galleries, World Class Restaurants and Accommodation from Self Contained Units to 5 Star Hotels. In fact, there is everything that you could wish for in a holiday destination and a whole lot more besides.