New South Wales

New South Wales is known for its natural beauty, engaging local communities, and rich pastoral and rural heritage. There, you can genuinely connect with the people, with nature, with the past, and even with yourself. Take your pick from the glorious North and South Coasts, the metropolis of Sydney, the heart of the country, the rugged Outback, or the snowy mountains.

The State has a string of accessible, sparkling beaches stretching from north to south, a vast, colorful outback, Australia’s highest mountain offering every type of snow sport, and meandering waterways. New South Wales World Heritage sites include the Greater Blue Mountains Area, Lord Howe Island, Mungo National Park (Willandra Lakes), Gondwana Rainforests of Australia and, the most recent addition, the Sydney Opera House. Each offers visitors the chance to experience astonishing natural beauty as well as leisure activities that range from hiking and diving, to seeing ancient human burial sites, or enjoying the talent of the world’s finest performers.

There’s no question, this destination provides the perfect backdrop for soft and hard adventure seekers, cultural enthusiasts, shopaholics, nature lovers, city dwellers, food and wine lovers and more! No matter where or what you choose, vacationing in New South Wales is the perfect way to enjoy rest, recreation and rejuvenation to the utmost.

Blue Mountains
1 Hotels & Resorts in Blue Mountains
Hunter Valley
2 Hotels & Resorts in Hunter Valley
Sydney
3 Hotels & Resorts in Sydney

Fun Fact: New South Wales is the most populous State in Australia with a highly urbanized population.