Accommodation - New South Wales
Feel free to experience everything New South Wales has to offer: breathtaking beaches and coastlines, World Heritage National Parks, real Australia outback, snow-capped ski fields, lush farming country and the dazzling city lights of Sydney.
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Planula Divers Retreat
based in Byron Bay, NSW, Australia
- PLANULA is a beautiful divers retreat in Byron Bay, set within over 50 acres of bushland just outside of Byron Bay. We offer great diving packages.
Byron Bay Accommodation
- Direct accommodation bookings for Byron Bay, well known for it's world-famous surf beaches which will delight surfers, while Julian Rocks Marine Reserve will delight divers. Those seeking an alternate experience will find new age therapies on every corner.
NSW Central Coast Accommodation
- Just a step away from Sydney the Central Coast offers outstanding natural beauty, award-winning attractions, an array of activities and accommodation options for everyone.
Jervis Bay Accommodation
- The Southern Peninsula of Jervis Bay is the home to Booderee National Park and Botanic Gardens.
- Recreation is a specialty of Sydney's, a city that takes full advantage of its natural environs. Soak up Sydney life on the Bondi to Bronte coastal walk, just one of many on offer. The Rose Bay to Watson's Bay and The Spit to Manly walks hug the harbour offering spectacular views.
- The city lifestyle and recreational activities are enhanced by the unique combination of the mountains and sea, creating the city's beautiful natural environment. Wollongong is diverse in experiences, the easy-going regional lifestyle with the abundance of cultural and heritage.
- Sitting alongside the Murray River, on the NSW side is Albury, across the Murray is Victoria and Wodonga. The twin towns are usually referred to as 'Albury-Wodonga'.
- The original town of Jindabyne actually lies at the bottom of Lake Jindabyne, created when the valley was flooded and dammed, as part of the Snowy Mountains Scheme in the 1960s.
Port Stephens Accommodation
- A great way to experience the crystal clear waters of Port Stephens is on a cruise boat or paddling around in a kayak. You can enjoy a scenic dolphin watch cruise around the port, which is home to over 160 resident dolphins.
- Eden enjoys a temperate climate perfect for that restful, nature made, year-round holiday. Forest drives and bushwalking are always a favourite and fishing conditions are ideal.
Port Macquarie Accommodation
- The Hastings region stretches from Laurieton in the south to Port Macquarie in the north. The area covers 3,632.5 kilometres and includes 13 golden beaches, National Parks, beautiful hinterland and several river systems boasting magnificent vistas.
- The name Kiama is from the aboriginal word Kiaram-a, to which some sources give the meaning 'where the sea makes a noise'- a reference to the famous Kiama Blowhole.
Lord Howe Island Accommodation
- With its abundance of rainforests, coral reefs, beaches and volcanic peaks, this World Heritage-listed island is truly unique. Only 11 kilometres long, Lord Howe Island is packed with diverse plant and marine life.
- Wander through the quiet country hinterland to world heritage rainforests and hidden waterfalls, relax and enjoy the pristine white sandy beaches, or cruise on the tranquil waters of the Richmond River.
Norfolk Island Accommodation
- All visitors arriving on the Island must have prebooked accommodation or be staying with friends or relatives to be able to enter Norfolk Island through immigration.
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