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New South Wales provides a diverse mix of experiences from Sydney’s city lights to the incredible rugged landscape of the Blue Mountains, wine tasting in the Hunter Valley region to taking the slopes in the Snowy Mountains.

After you’ve experienced the famous Bondi Beach and enjoyed a harbour cruise past Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, it’s time to discover beyond the city and explore what the region has to offer.

Start with Byron Bay and take the Cape Byron Track to experience views from above up to the iconic lighthouse. Next, go inland to explore the trails of the World Heritage Wollumbin National Park. As you continue south, make your way to the stunning Blue Mountains, a must visit for adventure travellers wanting to experience dramatic gorges, cascading waterfalls and rock formations like the Three Sisters. Next, make your way to the Hunter Valley for a change of scene with rolling hills and vineyards as far as the eye can see, a culinary adventure with wine tasting and cellar doors to explore. For diving lovers, another World Heritage site to add to your list is Lord Howe Island, a serene escape off New South Wales coast. The island is made up of native forest and is surrounded by colourful reef. Finally, finish your trip on the South Coast of NSW, with incredibly pristine beaches, lakes and native forest. Stop by Hyams beach to see if its reputation for the world’s whitest sand lives up to it. Make the most of New South Wales’ incredible attractions and discover the diverse landscape the region has to offer.