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If you live in Sydney, we imagine you probably have already explored the city, uncovering all the top attractions and things to do in Sydney. On the top of most NSW tourism lists, visit Sydney would probably be at the top. But here, we want to take your attention away from the city and recenter your focus on these unique weekend getaways. Sydney holidays offer so much to do out of the city, you’ll be amazed at the variety of holiday destinations just an easy car trip away. You can find beach holidays in Jervis Bay, accommodation near the glow worm caves of the Blue Mountains, or Port Macquarie luxury escapes. Australia is home to many amazing places to go on holiday, but these NSW destinations are at the top of the list. If you’re looking to plan a holiday weekend for the two of you, our romantic getaways to Blue Mountain spas could be just what you need. Or perhaps you’re in search of family holidays and kid-friendly places to visit in NSW. If that’s the case, find fun weekend trips to Hyams Beach and book a holiday accommodation near Jervis Bay National Park. Whatever you have in mind for your weekend trips from Sydney, you can find it here!
Blue Mountains accommodation for Sydney getaways
The Blue Mountains, NSW are an easy ride in the car west from Sydney. Home to the Three Sisters, the Blue Mountains National Park is one of the top places to get away for the weekend. Blue Mountains camping can be whatever you want to make it, as there is such a variety of holiday homes and activities to pick from. Browse our Blue Mountains accommodation options and pick your favorite for your next Sydney getaways. Discover all the best things to do in Blue Mountains, from mountain bike trails to couple’s spas. Hike to the Three Sisters and the extensive network of trails in the park, enjoy lunch in one of the charming villages, and spend an afternoon pursuing the different art galleries and boutiques. Whether it’s for family holidays or a couple’s getaway, our selection of listings is hard to beat. Pick from Blue Mountain cabins, Blue Mountains tree house rentals, a great list of Katoomba accommodation options, and even Blackheath accommodation. Wherever you decide to stay, one thing is for sure, these weekend getaways & Sydney holidays are the perfect alternatives to Blue Mountain hotels.
Go glamping: Jervis Bay accommodation for NSW holi
For the best beach holidays near Sydney, maybe even the best NSW holidays, head to the Shoalhaven region and go glamping. Jervis Bay is about three hours south of Sydney, and it is here you will find some of the best beaches in NSW. Hyams Beach, near Jervis Bay, is often considered one of the best beaches in Australia! So, we think it’s probably also a great spot for a weekend trip from Sydney. From Jervis Bay camping to luxury Hyams Beach accommodation, it’s easy to see that here the beach reigns supreme. Things to do in Jervis Bay are not limited to the white sand beaches of Hyams. Other popular beaches include Murrays Beach, Huskisson, and Steamers Beach, while the Jervis Bay Marine Park is a top place to go scuba diving and snorkeling. And between May and November, you can hope to catch a glimpse of migrating humpback whales as they pass by the bay! All this and more is possible when you go glamping near Sydney. Book your Hyams Beach camping accommodation and forget all about a Jervis Bay hotel. Go glamping this weekend!
Sydney to Port Macquarie: accommodation & glamping
From Sydney to Port Macquarie is about four hours north in the car, but well worth the drive. Port Macquarie is a former penal colony that is now home to kilometers of pristine beaches. Book your Port Macquarie accommodation and spend your weekend exploring places like Flynn’s Beach, Nobby’s Beach, or Shelly Beach. While beach holidays are the most popular here, there are many other things to do in Port Macquarie away from the sand. There is the nine-kilometer Port Macquarie Coastal Walk in Sea Acres National Park or catch a fishing charter and bring home dinner. But there’s more! Port Macquarie is also home to one of the largest populations of wild koalas, and it is here you can take the kids to visit the Koala Hospital! There are so many different options for glamping and Port Macquarie camping, you can have as rustic or as luxurious a weekend getaway as you please.