New South Wales Sightseeing
Sightseeing attractions and destinations in the state of New South Wales.
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An idyllic Australian country town on the banks of a river, home to artists and crafstmen and people seeking an alternative lifestyle, Bellingen is the film location for the new Australian movie "Eucalyptus" with Russell Crowe and Nicole Kidman.
Bermagui on the New South Wales Sapphire Coast is a fishing village where American writer and fisherman Zane Grey stayed in the 1930s.
The Bowral Tulip Time Festival is held each spring in the New South Wales Southern Highlands southwest of Sydney.
Celebrated in Australian folklore, poetry, and song, the Dog on the Tuckerbox, a monument to the pioneers of the Riverina region, has become an icon of Australia's past.
The Entrance on the New South Wales Central Coast is an hour to two hours by car from Sydney and is quite a typical seaside Australian town where you can go for long walks, fish, surf, cruise the lake, or simply laze away the time.
The New South Wales South Coast is a long fishing strip extending from just south of Sydney down to the Victorian border. Narooma on the Eurobodalla Coast and Bermagui on the Sapphire Coast are featured.
Take a daytrip to the Blue Mountains west of Sydney and discover its many and varied attractions.
The Hunter Valley north of Sydney is New South Wales wine country and an ideal place for a pleasant wine hunt among its vineyards and wineries.
Jenolan Caves, some three hours' drive west of Sydney, is probably the best known limestone caves complex in Australia.
Some of the most stunningly white - and uncrowded - beaches in New South Wales are to be found in Jervis Bay just two and a half hours' drive from Sydney.
Roughly 500 kilometres east of Port Macquarie on the northern coast of New South Wales, Lord Howe Island is a place of natural forests, crystal clear water, pristine sand beaches, the world's southernmost coral reef, and a variety of bird and marine life, some of them rare and endangered species.
Mt Tomah Botanic Garden in the Blue Mountains is the cool-climate garden of the Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens.
Narooma on the New South Wales South Coast is a popular fishing destination for innumerable fishermen.
The second largest city of New South Wales, Australia's Newcastle is hemmed in by the Hunter River in the north and the Pacific Ocean in the southeast
Various daytrip options from Newcastle, New South Wales.
Where Newcastle is located. Maps of Newcastle city centre and outer suburbs.
Photographs taken on a trip to Nelson Bay in Port Stephens.
Two and a half hours by road from Sydney, Port Stephens is a holiday haven on the New South Wales North Coast with a wealth of coastal attractions and water recreation and sports activities.
Stretching south from the city limits, the Royal National Park is a place of picnic grounds, rivers, creeks, beaches, bushwalks and rainforests. Hike, go boating, swim, explore.
When it's summer in the northern hemisphere, come Down Under for skiing and winter fun.
Photographs taken on trips around southern and southwestern NSW.
Sydney in Seven Days: We head to Darling Harbour.
From your About.com Guide, a way to discover the heart of Sydney -- in only a day, or maybe two.
Contributed by Tracy Parker, the myriad spectacular attractions of the Tweed region in far north New South Wales.
Wagga Wagga is southwest of Sydney in the generally lush irrigated region of the Riverina along the Murrumbidgee River. It is 475 kilometres from Sydney, 240 kilometres from Canberra and 440 kilometres from Melbourne.
From your About.com Guide, a growing collection of pictures taken on trips west of Sydney.
Dramatic land formations characterise the landscape of the Willandra Lakes Region, a World Heritage site.