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Sydney and New South Wales is Yours to Explore

Framed by iconic landmarks such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House, beaches and gardens, Sydney is a playground for nature lovers, foodies, adventure seekers and families.


Rejuvenate in nature with a hike in the Blue Mountains, get up close and personal with cute wildlife in Port Stephens, feast on gourmet produce and wine in Hunter Valley or take an epic road trip on Grand Pacific Drive and go glamping under the stars.


There is much more to explore in Sydney and New South Wales. Plan your next escapade now.










Travel Inspiration



Natural wonders and wildlife encounters

From star-studded skies in the outback to intricate mountain scenes and sparkling Sydney beaches, here in NSW, we have it all. Don’t miss out on these 8 incredible natural wonders to see in NSW.

Ride camels on the beach, picnic alongside kangaroos and have breakfast with alpacas – here are 14 amazing wildlife encounters to experience in NSW.





A great family escapade

Dreaming of a great family escapade? With beautiful natural surroundings, laidback beach and coastal lifestyle, adorable wildlife and a vast array of activities for all ages, here are the reasons why Sydney and NSW should be your next family holiday.





Coastal walks in Sydney that will take your breath away

Nothing quite rejuvenates the mind, body and soul like the fresh ocean breeze. Sydney is famous for its iconic world-famous beaches, ocean pools and amazing views of the coastline. 

One of the most iconic and popular one would be the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk that begins at  Bondi Icebergs Club , one of Sydney’s most Instagrammed locations, overlooking the beloved  Bondi Beach.





Indulge in fresh local produce and snap away at Instagrammable cafes and restaurants

From local organic produce and vintage finds to gourmet pastries and fresh catches of the day, here are the top 12 Sydney’s weekend markets to visit. Or start your day with a flat white at one of these Instagram-worthy cafes to get the ultimate pic for the ‘gram.






Things to do in New South Wales



Reconnect with nature

Home to breathtaking natural attractions and charming country villages, the Blue Mountains are world famous. Refresh your body and soul when you breathe in the eucalyptus-scented air, discover lookouts with sensational views over million-year-old valleys, go beneath the ground at Jenolan Caves, walk through the lush nature treks, and take a thrilling ride at Scenic World.

When night falls, go for a stargazing tour or experience Katoomba Falls Reserve Night-lit walk where you get to see the stunning nature landscapes and see the Three Sisters light up.





Soar above the vineyards

Surrounded by magnificent natural beauty, and only two hours from Sydney, the Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest wine-growing region. But there is more to Hunter Valley than just wine. Indulge delicious local produce and gourmet delights such as cheese and chocolates. Take a sunrise hot air balloon ride, soar over spectacular scenery, followed by a gourmet champagne breakfast. 

Take a llama for a walk in the vineyard or ride a horse. The Storybook garden in the  Hunter Valley Gardens brings timeless nursery rhymes out of the pages into a gorgeous setting that will delight the young and young at heart.





Seek out adventure

Home to a dazzling clear blue waters, giant sand dunes and white sand beaches, Port Stephens offers plenty of wildlife experiences, fresh local seafood and outdoor adventures. Go on a dolphin watch cruise, hike to the summit of Tomaree Head and explore the incredible Stockton Bight Sand Dunes by 4WD or quad bike and take a sunset camel ride.

Get up close and personal with sharks and rays at Irukandji Shark & Ray Encounter or native Australian wildlife at Oakvale Wildlife Park.




Plan your epic road trip



Grand Pacific Drive

Hit the road for sparkling beaches, stunning coastline, breath-taking coastal towns, waterfalls and fresh local produce.

The Grand Pacific Drive winds through the Royal National Park and across the iconic Sea Cliff Bridge, before reaching stunning coastal towns. Flanked by the Pacific Ocean and verdant valleys, it's an epic road trip through a remarkable stretch of NSW.





Greater Blue Mountains

Take a road trip that unveils a all the spectacular landscapes of the Greater Blue Mountains region.

This four-day road trip is an epic journey through the alluring sandstone plateaus west of Sydney, from the iconic landmarks of the Blue Mountains, to the verdant orchards, gardens and riverbanks of the Hawkesbury River.










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