THERE'S FAR MORE TO NEW SOUTH WALES than Sydney. The state's North coast is famous for its surf beaches and is where the world’s largest expanse of subtropical rainforest meets the sea. The South coast offers more of Australia's classic beach culture and some 30 national parks.
Pods of dolphins and whales often cruise past secluded beaches. Inland are the Snowy Mountains and Australia’s tallest peaks. In summer, the Snowies are perfect for hiking, cycling, kayaking, caving and horse riding. Wine lovers have more than 120 cellar doors to open in the Hunter Valley.
Want to know more about New South Wales?