• 14.02.2023

Places to Visit in NSW

G'day, mate! If you're keen on exploring New South Wales, start with a stay in Sydney. This city's a real beauty, with the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Within a cooee of Sydney, you've got heaps of top spots like the Blue Mountains, the stunning South Coast, the pristine Central Coast, and the world-famous Hunter Valley. New South Wales has the lot, whether you're after beautiful beaches, national parks, country towns, or the spectacular outback.

Hunter Valley


Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, is a buzzing city with a stunning harbour that's the jewel in its crown. Check out the heritage sights, soak up the history, and take in the breathtaking views of the harbour and beaches. Base yourself in the Sydney CBD or head out to explore places like Bondi Beach in the east, fancy Palm Beach up north, "The Shire" down south, or the booming metropolis of Parramatta in the west.

Blue Mountains Just a 90-minute drive from Sydney, the Blue Mountains are home to some of NSW's most stunning natural wonders, like the Three Sisters. Take a bushwalk, visit Scenic World or Jenolan Caves for a different view, and stay in quaint villages like Leura, Katoomba, Medlow Bath, and Megalong Valley.

The Snowy Mountains

The Snowy Mountains in NSW are a top spot for outdoor lovers all year round. In winter, hit the slopes at Perisher or Thredbo for some skiing or snowboarding. Explore the area by bushwalking, biking, or hiking in the warmer months. There's always something to see and do in the Snowy Mountains.

Hunter Valley Tours from Sydney

Hunter Valley Guide

The Hunter Valley is a cracking spot for a short break, with top-notch wineries, restaurants, luxury digs, and many festivals and events. Just a couple of hours north of Sydney, you'll fall head over heels for Australia's oldest wine region, famous for its Hunter Valley Semillon. With more cellar doors than you can poke a stick at, you won't even scratch the surface on a wine weekend.

If you like organised trips, we recommend joining an experienced guide, Hunter Valley Tours from Sydney. We'll show you all the delights of our valley.