• Blue Mountains
    • Hunter Valley
    • Sydney
    • Broken Hill
Recognised as the shining star of the southern hemisphere, New South Wales' icons are unforgettable. Cosmopolitan Sydney with its stunning harbour, famous Harbour Bridge and Opera House, miles of sandy beaches, and further afield, Australia's oldest wine region the Hunter Valley, the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park and the Outback town of Broken Hill — just to name a few.

Australia's largest and most famous city Sydney is home to spectacular beaches, iconic buildings, historic landmarks, award-winning restaurants and a uniquely vibrant culture. From the breathtaking views of Sydney Harbour to the tranquility of Hyde Park and the Royal Botanic Gardens. Take a backstage tour and performance at the Sydney Opera House, climb to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, immerse yourself in the finest collections at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, take a swim or surf lesson at Bondi Beach and more … Sydney has something for everyone. One of the most beautiful cities in the world!

Less than two hours from Sydney by road, the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains are one of the country's most spectacular icons. With picturesque villages, breathtaking views and many activities ideal for nature lovers and adventure seekers. North of Sydney you'll find the premier wine-growing region of the Hunter Valley. The crisp Hunter Semillon and the ripe Hunter Shiraz are loved at both in Australia and abroad. Enjoy epic wines, paddock to plate produce and sweeping landscapes making this the perfect food and wine experience.

NSW boasts 12 distinct wine regions across the state from the oldest wineries in the country, to boutique breweries and distilleries crafting spirits made from native botanicals. With passionate producers and the best local ingredients, it is a delicious way to discover NSW from the Hunter to Mudgee, Orange and Shoalhaven districts of NSW.

In the far west of outback NSW is Broken Hill, Australia's first heritage-listed city, with its own character and charm, a vibrant art scene and spectacular desert landscapes used in movie sets. The original hotel was the filming location for Razorback, Mission Impossible II and The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert. If you are a movie buff you may like to explore the Mad Max Museum. Visit the Living Desert Sculpture a collection of beautiful sandstone sculptures found 9km north of Broken Hill. Created by international artists in 1993, the sculptures capture the essence of the breathtaking landscape and glow brilliantly as the setting sun lights up the desert sky. It is also an ideal spot for stargazing.

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  • NSW
    • Blue Mountains
    • Hunter Valley
    • Sydney
    • Broken Hill
  • WA
    • Broome
    • Kimberley
    • Bungle Bungle
    • Exmouth
    • Kalgoorlie
    • Esperance
    • Perth
    • Kununurra
    • Ningaloo Reef
    • Monkey Mia
  • SA
    • Coober Pedy
    • Flinders Ranges
    • Clare Valley
    • McLaren Vale
    • Barossa Valley
    • Adelaide
    • Kangaroo Island
  • VIC
    • Melbourne
    • Yarra Valley
    • Great Ocean Road
    • Phillip Island
  • QLD
    • Brisbane
    • Gold Coast
    • Great Barrier Reef
    • Cairns
    • Port Douglas
    • Fraser Island
    • Townsville
  • NT
    • Uluru
    • Alice Springs
    • Darwin
    • Kakadu
    • Kings Canyon
  • ACT
    • Canberra
  • TAS
    • Cradle Mountain
    • Port Arthur
    • Hobart
    • Launceston