New South Wales

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Visit New South Wales: go glamping

Bordered by Queensland, Victoria, and the Tasman Sea, New South Wales is Australia’s most populous state. The capital city, Sydney, is the perfect starting point, but don’t forget to visit other popular outdoor destinations like Byron Bay, Coffs Harbour, Wagga Wagga, the Blue Mountains, Wollemi National Park...New South Wales is home to so many interesting and diverse places, you’ll have to come back! With miles of unspoiled beaches, Australia’s oldest wine region, and numerous, easy to reach World Heritage sites, it’s easy to see why New South Wales is one of Australia’s most popular holiday destinations and why it’s one of the best places to visit in Australia. Go glamping in New South Wales to find out for yourself!

Things to do outdoors in New South Wales

Visit New South Wales and discover miles of pristine coast, mesmerizing national treasures, and non-stop outdoor adventure. With so many different things do in New South Wales, you might need help picking where to start! Apart from the famous Bondi Beach in Sydney, New South Wales is home to numerous coastal towns with great, family-friendly beaches, surfing spots, and even dog-friendly beaches. About three hours south of Sydney, you will find Jervis Bay, home to some of the whitest sand beaches in Australia. This area of NSW, Shoalhaven, is highly popular among those on holiday for the clear waters and calm beaches. North of Sydney, you will find another popular beach town, called Byron Bay. A popular surf destination, Byron Bay is also a great place for whale watching, as humpback whales migrate past between June and November. Tired of hearing about the beaches? New South Wales is also home to the Blue Mountains where you will find numerous hiking trails. One popular trail is the Three Sisters walk or the Giant Stairway hike! Wollemi National Park is also a must-see; here you can go bushwalking, swimming, and canoeing to explore the scenic canyons, cliffs, wild rivers, and ancient forests.

Top attractions in New South Wales

Sydney is a vibrant city with so much to do and see. If you book one a glamping holiday nearby, it’s easy to get into the city center and explore Sydney CBD. Sydney’s Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and Bondi Beach are only a few of the many top attractions and things to see. Explore Sydney and discover hidden beaches, cult coffee shops, galleries, and much more! But remember, if you only stay in Sydney and explore the Sydney tourist attractions, you’re missing out on a lot. Two hours north of Sydney by car, you can reach the Hunter Valley—Australia’s oldest wine region. The Hunter Valley is home to more than 100 wineries, as well as award-winning restaurants, spas, and other luxury retreats. Wineries such as the Audrey Wilkinson winery or Brokenwood Wines are popular among visitors, but also Bimbadgen Winery and Gartelmann Wines.

Best time to visit New South Wales

When is the best time to visit New South Wales? Well, the climate in New South Wales is generally mild and has well-defined seasons. In the south, summers are hot and winters cool; whereas in the north, summers are wet and winters are dry. Average temperatures range from 23ºC to 29ºC (75ºF to 85ºF) in the summer and drop down to 7ºC (45ºF) during the winter. Rainfall is highest in the northern part of the state and on the southern coast, especially in the winter. Snowfall and cold temperatures are common on the highest peaks of the mountains while the areas situated on the Great Dividing Range see mild-warm weather.