New South Wales
Australia’s most populated state, New South Wales is a major drawcard for international and domestic tourists alike. With its beautiful setting around the harbour and iconic sights including Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House, Sydney is the perfect starting point for any itinerary.
New South Wales offers a wealth of exciting destinations to explore within a few hours of Sydney. The beautiful Blue Mountains provide the perfect place to connect with nature and the classic Australian bush, whilst the Hunter Valley is the ideal romantic region to explore at a slow pace. Home to some of the country’s best vineyards and boutique hotels a few nights in the Hunter Valley is the ideal way to finish any holiday.
The Central and South Coast are a captivating combination of luminous waterways, surf beaches and peaceful bush trails. Containing some of the region’s last remaining stands of temperate rainforest, quiet bays and significant Aboriginal sites, the Bouddi Peninsula in one spot well worth visiting. Possibly the state’s greatest treasure, the World-Heritage-listed Lord Howe Island is a paradise with idyllic beaches and crystalline waters. A 2-hour flight from Sydney or Brisbane, this postcard perfect island is a must-visit.