New South Wales Australia Travel Guide

New South Wales Australia Travel Guide
A Vagabond Life

New South Wales Australia Travel Guide A Vagabond Life

New South Wales Australia Travel Guide

New South Wales is the most populous state in Australia and was the first state settled by the British is 1788.

NSW covers 809,444 km2 of land which covers everything from vast outback vista’s, stunning beaches that stretch for km’s and beautiful mountain ranges.

A must do when in Sydney is a ferry ride from Sydney harbour to Manly and back 

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Sydney is Australia’s largest city and a sprawling metropolis stretching about 70km to the north, west and south.

Famous the world over for the iconic Opera house, harbour bridge and Bondi beach Sydney harbour is just stunning.

Sydney is a multicultural city and this is reflected in the food scene which is lively and very good. The downside is the night club and nightlife has been severely impacted by recently imposed lock out laws.

If visiting Sydney a must do is the ferry ride from Circular Quay to Manly and back.

NSW North Coast

NSW North Coast

The NSW North Coast and Northern Rivers has picture perfect white sand beaches that stretch for miles, gorgeous weather year round and a relaxed lifestyle that attracts many people.

Byron Bay is the NSW North Coasts most famous town which hosts the annual Blues festival which attracts musicians from around the world.

Cape Byron is the most eastern point on the Australian mainland and migratory whales can be seen from the headland.

 NSW South Coast

 NSW South Coast

Stretching from south of Wollongong to the Victorian border the NSW South Coast has incredible national parks, beautiful beaches, and rainforests.

The South Coast of NSW is popular for camping, outdoor activities and wildlife watching.

Migrating whales can be seen from the shore between May and November, whale watching boats leave from Eden and Jarvis Bay.

Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountains is a rugged Mountains range is 70 KM west of Sydney known for stunning scenery, bushwalking, waterfalls, guesthouses, galleries and much more.

The Blue Mountains is a popular day trip from Sydney.

Hunter Valley

The Hunter Valley

The Hunter Valley (or just The Hunter) is one of Australia most popular and well known wine producing areas known for its Semillon and Shiraz.

The Hunter has a number of vineyards with cellar doors to sample the wines of the area and some excellent restaurants.

The Hunter Valley is 120km North of Sydney.

Snowy Mountians

The Snowy Mountains

The Snowy Mountains, or just The Snowies, is a mountain range and houses the highest mountain in Australia Mt Kosciuszko at 2200m.

The Snowies is popular for camping and hiking in the summer and skiing in the winter.


Explore The World

World Destination Guide 

There are 195 countries in the world stretching across seven continents – so there is an awful lot to see.Where to begin? Many people are inspired by a movie they have seen or a story they have heard, or a desire to see the land of their ancestors. 

Use the drop-down on the right to explore the world.