NSW has some of the most fertile land in Australia, producing excellent quality food and wine. Explore the State’s gourmet food and wine trails, and discover country hospitality and mind-blowing local delicacies.
Things to See & Do in New South Wales
New South Wales is Australia’s most populous and industrialised State. As well as the bustling cosmopolitan centres, New South Wales abounds in untouched bushland, long expanses of coastline, farmland, and charming small towns.
Covering ground from the coast to the centre, NSW’s varied climate and landscape offers a wealth of opportunity to learn, discover, relax, indulge and, of course, golf.
Attractions in New South Wales:
Stretching north from Terrigal to the Tweed Valley, the North Coast of NSW is famous for its beautiful coastline, lush hinterland, and … read more
Byron Bay is made up of a cluster of NSW beaches to the north and south of Cape Byron. The town became the … read more
Natural attractions are plentiful in this region. Highlights include the spectacular Jenolan Caves, Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah, and the walks, … read more
At the southern rim of the 20-million year-old Mount Warning volcano, Nightcap National Park is one of the lushest and best-preserved expanses … read more
Mutawintji National Park is a special place; you can feel it when you’re there. You may not be able to quite put your … read more
Lightning Ridge is the outback mining town that is famous for its rare black opals. Professional prospector Charles Nettleton uncovered the opal-mining … read more