Directory - 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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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.
- A short two-hour drive north of Sydney, Newcastle is within easy access to attractions including rainforests, wilderness areas, and extensive vineyards.
- 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.
Tweed Coast Accommodation
- Nestled in the caldera of an ancient shield volcano, the Tweed region in Northern NSW offers a wealth of holiday experiences - from lush World Heritage listed rainforests and rolling green farmland to unspoilt beaches and ocean adventures.
- The City of Gosford covers an area of 1,028sq.kms stretching east to the Pacific Ocean, south to the Hawkesbury River, west to the Judge Dowling Ranges and north to meet Wyong Shire.
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.
The Entrance Accommodation
- The Entrance is one of the closest spots to Sydney that begins to offer a true feeling that you're removed from the busy city, with its defining great lake and clear beaches.
Coffs Harbour Accommodation
- The nearby World Heritage-listed Dorrigo National rewards visitors with spectacular mountain views and a rich pioneer experience. Ride the Plantation Train at the Big Banana - an enduring icon of Australian tourism.
- An unspoilt world awaits discovery. The gem-like beauty of the Sapphire Coast takes in untouched wilderness areas where wildlife abounds, the blue of sparkling ocean reflected in a backdrop of mountains.
Batemans Bay Accommodation
- On the Clyde River's broad estuary, Batemans Bay is the launching point for houseboat adventures along the river's 38 navigable kilometres.
Blue Mountains Accommodation
- Home to one of Australia's icons of nature, the Three Sisters - its surrounding walkways are equally enticing and as gentle as you like.
- If its not love at first sight at the aquamarine waters of Wagonga Inlet and the stunning seaward vistas, then you’ve got your eyes shut.
Wagga Wagga Accommodation
- Wagga Wagga is the hub and major retail/industry centre of the Riverina, Australia's food bowl and New South Wales biggest wine-producing region.
- Because of its close proximity to Sydney, Forster-Tuncurry has established itself as a popular summer holiday destination with large lakes and white sandy beaches.
Nambucca Heads Accommodation
- It's the beautiful surrounding beaches that mark out the area, making it an ideal stopover for a lazy summer holiday. Enjoy fishing, surfing or simply sunbathing.
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