The Next 11 NSW Hot Spots
11. Kosciusko National Park
The largest national park in New South Wales, Kosciusko National Park is known for its Snowy River and ski fields. There are a variety of walks for all fitness levels which will take you into cave systems, gorges, lookouts and through incredible scenery. As Kosciusko has the highest mountains in Australia the drives are breathtaking as is the camping and bushwalking. This is a unique and captivating part of Australia.
Walk the Trials of New South Wales
Walking the trails in NSW Experienced bushwalkers are looking for challenges and diversity. Beginner bushwalkers are looking for safety and beauty. New South Wales has some of the most diverse walking tracks in Australia, and there is no doubt that there is something available for everyone. A campervan holiday is perfect for the flexibility to spend a few days at each national park if you wish, or base yourself in one and enjoy all the walks available.
New South Wales, Always First
by David Underhill
From the World class OPERA House to the ancient Wollumbi Pines.
From the Ancient Rainforest of the Far North Coast to the Snowy Mountains, New South Wales has something for everyone.
Enjoy Staying At A Bed And Breakfast In NSW
Australia is made up of several states that combine to make one highly appealing country to visit and live. Queensland, NSW, Tasmania, Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory are all very unique and offer visitors and locals a totally different experience.
NSW is Australia's most populous state, with Sydney being its major city. NSW is very different from Australia's other states
Outback - History of the outback
The history of Outback Australia stretches back at least 50,000 years. In Aboriginal mythology, the Outback was created by ancient spirits who moved across the land, calling animals, plants, rocks and other landforms into being as they went.