New South Wales, Australia - NSW
New South Wales is located in the south east of Australia, north of Victoria, south of Queensland and east of South Australia. This is the most populous state of Australia. Sydney is the capital city of New South Wales and is home to famous attractions such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. Sydney is the gateway to New South Wales and Australia for most overseas visitors arriving by air into a well appointed International Airport or by boat into the Port which can accommodate large vessels. Sydney also has a Domestic Airport for people to use to visit various other places around Australia and an excellent public transport system into and around the city.
The Great Dividing Range runs north south along the coastline of this state and separates the coastal areas from the western plains. West of Sydney is the Blue Mountains with many tourist sites and tourist holiday towns with all types of accommodation places. The Hunter Valley has many world class wineries most with accommodation nearby. The most famous beach in New South Wales is Bondi Beach only a few minutes from the Sydney city centre. Byron Bay, on the mid-north coast of New South Wales, is a sought after holiday destination with over 30km of sandy beaches supplying all types of tourist and holiday accommodation deals. Broken Hill is one of New South Wales best known historic mining towns with ample heritage sites and historic buildings to see. Stay awhile in the comfortable old hotels and heritage listed cottages and bed and breakfast guesthouse buildings.
New South Wales has over 700 National Parks and reserves spread throughout the state and many have wilderness walking trails/tracks. Throughout New South Wales there are many wilderness accommodation sites supplying eco friendly accommodation retreats like serviced cabins, bed & breakfast cottages, remote farmstays and camping sites. Most major cities around New South Wales have health and wellbeing accommodation resorts that can be used to unwind from the city stresses. All along the coastline of New South Wales are secluded beaches, small towns and villages that have many different types of tourist holiday accommodation including van parks, motels, absolute beachfront apartments and 5 star international resorts with luxury spa accommodation and live entertainment shows nightly.