NSW is the most populated Australian state, and boasts the highest level of productivity in a number of key domestic and international markets. NSW is a major destination for visitors from around the world, and a popular destination for travelers within Australia.
In the warmer months, from November through to March, coastal and riverside areas become a preferred focal point for holidaymakers and travellers. During the cooler months, April through October, the snow season boasts ideal ski conditions for everyone from recreational and learners to the most experienced. When it’s too cold to swim, the inland lakes and rivers as well as coastal areas are popular for recreational boating and fishing.
Your visit to NSW may get its kick start in Sydney and likely from the city’s famous attractions, Sydney Harbour, the majestic Harbour Bridge and famous Opera House this however need only be the beginning of your discovery of New South Wales.
From the birthplace of Australia you have the opportunity to reach out and truly explore NSW. From the city, venture forth to the wilds of the Reptile Park on the Central Coast, ride the rapids at the Penrith Whitewater Stadium, explore the vast wilderness of the Blue Mountains, reach back in time in the Hawkesbury and go on to continue your journey of discovery throughout this exciting and diverse state.