New South Wales

Where Adventures Unfold

New South Wales, often abbreviated as NSW, is a state in southeastern Australia known for its diverse landscapes, vibrant cities, and rich cultural heritage.

It's a destination where adventures unfold at every turn, from the pristine beaches of the coastline to the rugged beauty of the Blue Mountains and the cosmopolitan charm of Sydney.

We Recommend

  • Explore the iconic Sydney Opera House, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed masterpiece of modern architecture. Take a guided tour to discover its fascinating history and design.
  • Ascend the Sydney Harbour Bridge for panoramic views of the city and harbor. It’s an exhilarating experience that offers a unique perspective of Sydney.
  • Relax on the golden sands of Bondi Beach, one of Australia’s most famous beaches. Swim, surf, or simply bask in the sun’s warmth.
  • Venture into the Blue Mountains, where you can hike through ancient forests, see the iconic Three Sisters rock formation, and enjoy stunning vistas of deep valleys and waterfalls.
  • Embark on a wine-tasting journey in the Hunter Valley, known for its world-class wineries and vineyards. Savor exquisite wines and indulge in gourmet cuisine.
  • Visit the bohemian coastal town of Byron Bay, where you can relax on beautiful beaches, explore the Cape Byron Lighthouse, and experience the laid-back, alternative vibe.
  • Encounter native Australian wildlife, including kangaroos, koalas, and crocodiles, at the Australian Reptile Park in Somersby.

Travel Tips


New South Wales enjoys a sunny climate with mild winters and warm summers, perfect for making the most of the outdoors. Consider the season when planning your activities.

Beach Safety

New South Wales has some of the world’s best beaches, but exercise caution. Swim between the red and yellow flags and heed the advice of lifesavers and lifeguards.

School Leavers Celebrations

From mid-November to mid-December, school leavers head to Byron Bay and the North Coast for celebrations. Special conditions may apply to some properties during this period.

Eat & Drink

New South Wales offers a diverse culinary scene influenced by its multicultural population. Enjoy fresh seafood in coastal towns, savor regional specialties like meat pies and Tim Tams, and explore the vibrant food markets of Sydney. The Hunter Valley is a food and wine lover's paradise, offering not only exceptional wines but also gourmet dining experiences. Don't miss the opportunity to try local cheeses, olive oils, and chocolates.