Great Places to Visit in New South Wales

Australia is a vast continent that offers a diverse and fascinating landscape, from expansive wilderness and modern cities to the stunning coast and the Great Barrier Reef. It’s true that there’s nothing quite like Australia, and you can’t go wrong with visiting New South Wales. New South Wales is home to Sydney, one of the continent’s most famous states, but there’s a lot more to this truly stunning part of the world. Here are some of the best places to visit in New South Wales.

The Blue Mountains

This rugged part of New South Wales is a fascinating mix of terrains, including steep cliffs, forests of eucalyptus and waterfalls. A magical place that’s great to visit any time of year; in fact, you could spend your whole holiday there and still have plenty left to see and do. There are all kinds of walks and tours, as well as plenty of art and culture. There’s something for everyone in the Blue Mountains, including promises of an unforgettable experience.

Blue Mountains

Port Stephens

Located in the Hunter Area of New South Wales, Port Stephens is known as the ‘blue water paradise’ and is only a few hours away from Sydney.  Port Stephens is divided into three areas and is perfect for visiting at any time of year. Whether you want to go to the beautiful bays or the thriving towns and Bayside villages. And, of course, there are incredible beaches offering a variety of activities, including snorkelling, motorbike riding and swimming.

Port Stephens NSW

Lake Macquarie

Lake Macquarie has the distinction of being the largest coastal saltwater lagoon in Australia. Like Port Stephens, the lake is located in the Hunter Region (am amazing area in its own right) and has more than enough to offer visitors. Tourists can enjoy the natural parks, tours, adventure packages and more beautiful beaches. You can even visit Mount Sugarloaf and take in the stunning views.

lake macquarie

Natural Caves

New South Wales is home to lots of caves, all of which are open to tourists. The Jenolan Caves in the Blue Mountains, for example, is one of Australia’s national treasures, offering a visually incredible experience that won’t soon be forgotten. Not only can you explore these wonderful limestone caves, but you can also dine in them and ever spend the night at Jenolan Caves House.

jenolan caves

This is only scratching the surface of what New South Wales has to offer, and the area is ripe for exploring. Check out flight options from travel companies to start planning your trip to this beautiful part of Australia.