Regions of New South Wales
Albury is located half way between Sydney and Melbourne on the New South Wales and Victorian border. Situated on the majestic Murray River, it is the best quality hotel in town and is the perfect base for a variety of activities including alpine skiing and wine trails.
Ballina is a beautiful city situated on the New South Wales northern coast, south of Byron Bay.
The Blue Mountains offers an easy escape from the hustle and bustle.
Whether you come to the Blue Mountains for a day or more there is never enough time to experience everything.
Byron Bay is quickly becoming a destination for travellers who are looking for a special place to unwind, relax, recharge the batteries and find themselves.
Central Coast NSW
The Central Coast of New South Wales has become a very popular tourist destination due to its wonderful coastline landscapes, quality accommodation in the and picturesque towns and its agriculturally productive hinterland.
This beautiful region of New South Wales is rich with much of Australia's primary produce. Ideal for the driving holiday or just relaxing in the slower pace of the country.
At Coffs Harbour let the warm turquoise waters of the South Pacific baptise your spirit as you swim, surf or dive. This is where sea breezes caress you as you sail, cruise or fish along the coast.
We invite you to Discover our Green, Gold and Blue - our rainforests, our beaches, our waterways.
Forster provides a good selection of tourist and business hotels and accommodation.
Gosford situated near the Brisbane Water National Park is approximately 90 kms north of Sydney.
The Hunter Valley stretches from the Goulburn River and Wollemi National Park to the South right up to Barrington Tops National Park to the North. Not only does the Hunter boast wonderful scenery, but it is also home to a large wine and coaling industries.
Various styles of accommodation are available at the snowfields of Jindabyne.
Lord Howe Island
Lord Howe Island is an island paradise ideal for that relaxing getaway.
Maitland, situated in the Hunter Valley offers some great experiences and opportunities for the traveller to this region.
Newcastle hotel accommodation options are quite varied from luxury resort style accommodation to the inexpensive motel style.
The beautiful Tweed Shire lies in the far North East corner of New South Wales, along the NSW border with Queensland.
One of the most popular snow destinations in Snowy Mountains of New South Wales.
Welcome to Port Macquarie is a favorite travel destination in New South Wales.
Selwyn Snow Fields offer a large selection of snow accommodation.
Smiggin Holes Snow Resorts and Chalets.
South Coast NSW
As you drive down the Princes Highway, there's an ever-changing backdrop to the golden, or dazzling white, beaches - rugged mountain ranges, rivers tumbling through gorges or meandering across green valleys and then slipping into the sea, tranquil lakes, lush dairy farms and native bushland in more than 300,000 hectares of National Parks and State Forests.
Sydney Harbour is often seen as the stunning focal point that defines this beautiful city. Framed by a dramatic cityscape and surrounded by sandstone cliffs, coves and numerous beaches it is arguably the most beautiful harbour in the world.
Tamworth is the country music capital of Australia. It has a good range of accommodation to suit the many travellers that make their way to Tamworth all year round.
Snow Resorts and Chalets in Thredbo, Snowy Mountains
Wagga Wagga is the ideal base for exploring one of Australia's emerging holiday destinations. The Riverina. An easy day trip in any direction can take you through the extremes of Australia's natural and cultivated environment.
Wollongong, situated just 2 hours south of Sydney with it's great selection of hotel and resort accommodation provides a great spot to relax with the family or a place to escape for a romantic weekend.
NSW Snow Fields
Map of NSW