Visiting New South Wales
Regions of New South Wales
When visiting New South Wales, travellers have eight stunning regions to choose from ? Sydney, Sydney Surrounds, North Coast, South Coast, Snowy Mountains, Heart of Country, Outback, and Lord Howe Island. Each region offers spectacular landscapes in the form of national parks, sandy beaches, and mountains.
As Australia?s most populous state with just over 7 million people, New South Wales offers a variety of holiday activities. Travellers visiting this treasure trove of natural beauty can go surfing, skiing, try hot-air ballooning, fine wine and food, or hit the horse trails.
Nestled between a backdrop of high mountains and dozens of pristine beaches, Coffs Harbour and the surrounding area offer an assortment of accommodations. Situated along the Pacific Highway the city enjoys a year-round temperate climate.
Coffs Harbour Hotels include luxury apartments, resorts, budget motels, hotels, country retreats, B&Bs, and more; perfect for a romantic weekend getaway or a relaxing holiday with the family.
In addition to the beautiful beaches and regional markets, activities abound for visitors; surfing lessons, kayaking tours, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, and scuba diving. Visitors can also enjoy the sights and sounds of a rainforest tour; tackle an 8-day outback experience; or relax during a cruise aboard the historic pearl lugger Anniki.
Located on the stunning Sydney Harbour, Sydney is one of the most beautiful and exciting cities in the world as well as a popular travel destination. Cornwall holidays, beach holiday rentals and accommodation in Tenerife either on the beachfront or near the beach. Book your holiday villas or apartments in Tenerife direct with the owner or agent. Enjoy a blend of cultures and such internationally renowned icons such as the Sydney Opera House, the Royal Botanical Gardens, and the Harbour Bridge; all within walking distance from the CBD.
When staying in Sydney hotels, the more famous areas of the city can be readily experienced
including The Rocks and Circular Quay. Close to Circular Quay is the Sydney Opera House where visitors can take pleasure in a theatre production, a ballet, or a classical music or opera performance. With its narrow cobble streets and charming tea rooms, The Rocks make a perfect sight-seeing stop.