New South Wales


Australia’s largest and most famous city, Sydney is home to beautiful beaches, iconic buildings, historic landmarks, award-winning restaurants, and a uniquely vibrant culture. From the breathtaking views of Sydney Harbour to the serene tranquillity of Hyde Park and the delightful Botanical Gardens, Sydney has something for everyone. Maybe the most beautiful city in the world?

Must do:

  • Sydney Harbour including a ferry ride to Manly
  • The Rocks area
  • Surf at Bondi or learn to surf
  • Walk from Bondi to Bronte
  • The Royal Botanical Gardens
  • Sydney Opera House
  • Queen Victoria Building
  • Enjoy a coffee and a swim at Nielsens Park
  • Hire a kayak in Rose Bay
  • Seaplane flight over Sydney Harbour

Just to name a few attractions:

Blue Mountains

A trip to New South Wales would not be complete without a visit to the Blue Mountains. Less than two hours from Sydney by road or train, the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains are one of the country’s most spectacular icons. With picturesque villages, breathtaking views and so much to see and do, the Blue Mountains are the perfect holiday destination for families, nature lovers and adventure seekers.

Food and Wine in the Hunter Valley

The Hunter region includes the premier wine-growing regions of the Hunter Valley and the Upper Hunter. The crisp Hunter semillon and the ripe Hunter shiraz are loved at home and abroad; match a Hunter wine with superb cuisine for the perfect food and wine experience.

Nature-based holidays in the Snowy Mountains

During winter, snow sports are the major activity in the Snowies with NSW snow resorts at Thredbo, Perisher, Charlotte Pass and Selwyn Snowfields. After the winter snows melt, you will find an alpine outdoor playground that’s perfect for hiking, fishing, horseback riding, river rafting and kayaking.