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New South Wales Holidays Travel & Tourist Guide

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Favorite NSW Holiday Destinations
birthplace of our nation
the most easterly getaway
a place of many adventures
ski, snowboard and play
enjoy the best of our wine crops
world famous for-being a beach
a bit of music with your country
imagination abounds
a place outwest with a big zoo
a magnificent island escape
come fossik for famous opals

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Festival of Sydney (Sydney)
Discovery Day (Lord Howe Is)
Music under the Stars (Murray)
Red Ochre Corroboree (Dubbo)
MardiGrass Festival (Nimbin)
Winter Magic Festival (Katoomba)
Brick & Rolling Pin Throwing (Stoud)
Festival of the Miners Ghost (Cobar)
Play on Plains Ute Muster (Deniliquin)
V8 Super Cars (Bathurst)
Dog on the Tuckerbox (Gundagai)
Great Inland Fishing Festival (Inverell)

Welcome to New South Wales
New South Wales is a wonderful state of Australia, offering visitors-the full spectrum of holiday experiences.

Sydney is the capital of New South Wales and is the usual first “port of call” for travellers to Australia.
There is so much to be enjoyed in New South Wales, you will always come back to discover more.
Come climb the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge - for the best views of Sydney imaginable, or take in a concert at our world recognised Opera House. If you feel like surfing, sun baking or having a fish, Sydney has some of the best city beaches in the world, with Bondi Beach being well known the world over, and a “must see” stop for tourists to Sydney, as well as the Pittwater Northern Beaches area of Sydney.

Actually there are over 2000 kilometres of beaches in New South Wales, including Byron Bay, on the Tropical North Coast region. If your tastes include wine, you will love a getaway to the Hunter Valley region-tasting our delicious wines, that are exported all across the world. If you interests are more adventurous, you are well catered for in New South Wales. Skiing , snowboarding or even hiking, rock-climbing, abseiling and paragliding are just some of the pursuits for the adventurous to enjoy in the Snowy Mountains or Blue Mountains areas, while the Jenolan caves is a fascinating and colourful adventure.

New South Wales offers a unique range of nature-based holidays. Travel the State and discover dense forests hiding a complex mosaic of plant and animal life. Alpine country with mountainsides covered in snow gums. Sun-scarred desert parks that metamorphose into a kaleidoscope of wildflowers in spring. Untamed coastal country with kilometres of golden-sand beaches and bays on the North Coast. There are many travel operators who specialise in tours designed to provide visitors with a taste of the great Australian outdoors.

If you would like to take the family away on a trip to remember, why not go on a camping trip in the New South Wales Outback, visiting the animals in the Dubbo Zoo, or why not go fossicking for opals in Lightning Ridge. Would you like to learn about aboriginal life? Then visit Mungo National Park, and step back 30,000 years into the past with ancient rock paintings. Running along the southern border of New South Wales is the Murray River in the Riverina region. Here you can sail on the river or take a ride in a paddle steamer, soaking in the sights and sounds of this vital Australian waterway . There are many great holidays to be savored in New South Wales and life long memories and experiences for all travellers to enjoy. We look forward to your visit.

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