Featured NSW Attractions
The city on the harbour. The beautiful, natural Sydney Harbour, focal point of this dazzling city’s main attractions surrounded by the finest dining, a full range of world-standard accommodation and diverse entertainment for every taste. Explore Sydney’s surrounds of nature walks, National Parks, International standard sporting events, and popular family activities. Key attractions include the Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Harbour ferries, Darling Harbour, Botanical Gardens and The Rocks.
Sydney City Attractions
A thousand miles from care. Renowned worldwide for it's sunny beaches, waterways, heritage walks and nature reserves. Home of the annual International Manly Jazz Festival, the Manly Food and Wine Festival, and a stunning array of Art Galleries, Museums, regular Art & Craft exhibits, and international sporting events. Manly is as equally enticing for family holidays, as it is for discerning businesses demanding international standard convention and conference facilities and professional retreats.
Home of The Orange Blossom Festival and Australia's bible belt, this thriving and rapidly developing region in Sydney's North West has become a hub of entertainment, sport, recreational, conference and family attractions. Featuring natural bush and waterways amongst a bustling suburban metropolis, the Hills abounds with picnic spots and lookouts, gardens, nurseries and bushwalking environments, river cruises and water activities, and an enormous variety of activities in this extraordinarily multi-cultural region.
Sydney Hills Attractions
Just 25km south of the CBD and only 20 minutes from Sydney Airport, “The Shire” as the area is affectionately known, delivers all the best Sydney has to offer; famous beaches, iconic waterways, rich bushland and memorable experiences.Covering a total area of 370 sq kilometres the Sutherland Shire is home to four national Parks, including Australia’s oldest; The Royal National Park and boasts 11kms of pristine beaches. The Shire’s many attractions include Cronulla Coast with its legendary surf breaks, boutique shopping, relaxed outdoor dining and the only Sydney Beach accessible by train.
Sutherland Shire Attractions
A region of National Park surrounded by natural beauty. Pristine waterways, secluded natural reserves and one of Australia's most magnificent rivers with a vast array of water sports and recreational activities, make this region one of the most sought after destinations worldwide for an invigorating or relaxing year-round getaway. A fascinating holiday location with old-world charm, bustling with dozens of museums and heritage locations, art and craft exhibits and galleries, horse-riding, and houseboats.
The largest of any suburb or township in New South Wales, Blacktown is a thriving multi-cultural and diverse community with a strong Australian heritage. It is represented by over 50 countries and 63 languages. Most of Greater Sydney is easily accessible from this bustling hub which boasts popular attractions adjacent to international standard shopping centres, conference and convention facilities, car-racing venue, wildlife park and nature reserves and International Ice-skating Arena.
Wagga Wagga is the ideal base for exploring one of Australia’s emerging holiday destinations – The Riverina. An easy day trip in any direction can take you through the extremes of Australia’s natural and cultivated environment. To the east rises Mount Kosciuszko in the Snowy Mountains. To the west lies Griffith, the heart of New South Wales’ biggest wine producing region. An easy drive takes you to great Australian towns like, Junee, Lockhart and Temora.
Wagga Wagga Attractions
Gateway from Sydney to the west. World-heritage listed home of the iconic 3 Sisters, bushwalks, secluded natural retreats and charming but enormously challenging nature reserves. An explorers region of adventure and activity, numerous locations for rocksports and abseiling, bush walking and cycling, health, sport and fitness retreats, ideal camping conditions, regular festivals and events throughout the year, stunning gardens in the spring and an occasional snowfall in winter.
Blue Mountains Attractions
Penrith in Sydney's west nestles on the banks of the Nepean River at the foothills of the majestic Blue Mountains. A popular destination for watersports with the International Regatta Centre and white-water rafting course, it has a fascinating and diverse range of cultural and heritage museums, galleries and markets. Breathtaking wilderness areas adjoining several national parks surround the city.
You will find a diverse range of theatre, music and dance performances to enjoy in the cities strong performing arts culture.
Just an hour north of Sydney the perfect destination for an extraordinary range of holiday and visitor attractions. Sunny, golden beaches, wildlife and nature reserves, internationally acclaimed reptile park, wineries, golf, sporting and recreation activites, and secluded holiday nature reserves, beach resorts and villages. Take part in a unique pelican feeding, and view pristine beaches from seaside clifftop lookouts. Explore vast recreational reserves and waterways and enjoy an enormous range of watersports.
Central Coast Attractions
The highest town in the Blue Mountains region. Internationally recognised Jenolan caves and Kanangra Boyd National Park are key attractions. Oberon is the perfect hub for exploring a multitude of unique attractions in surrounding towns & villages. The most beautiful scenery in rural NSW merges gracefully into a region dotted with popular heritage villages, art and craft markets, secluded holiday and weekend retreats and of course the annual Daffodil Festival. Enjoy a perfect summer with a spot of snow in winter.
An ideal destination for Conventions, featuring a professional convention bureau developed to ensure the success of your next business meeting. A unique area built on the crossroads of one of Australia's largest inland river systems and the countries busiest highway. In the heart of the country there's nothing provincial about the shopping here. Built on themes of heritage and culture, nature and environment, food and wine, golf and sport, the annual calendar is packed with entertainment and activities.
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