Exploring NSW

NSW is a land of diverse landscapes ranging from 400 million years old caves, rolling hills, waterfalls, pristine beaches and National Forests.

The summer season starts in Australia from November and goes all the way to late February. This is a great time of the year to enjoy the 700 mile long coastline of NSW. Whether you are planning a holiday for the south coast ( Wollongong, Jervis Bay & Batemans Bay) or the Southern Highlands ( Bowral, Mittagong), there is simply too much to do.

Take a cruise from Sydney along Central Coast enjoying the beautiful coastal towns of Gosford, The Entrance, Swansea and Forster. If you are a wine lover, detours through amazing Hunter Valley visiting some of the best vineyards in NSW. 

Caravan Parks are popular for family holiday stays as they offer fully-contained cottages, BBQ facilities and swimming pools. Most cities offer a wide range of accommodation including serviced apartments, long term holiday rentals, holiday parks and motels. 

During my travels, I tend to stay at 4-5 Star hotels or Caravan Park across NSW. Most of the content on this website is coming from my own travel experiences through NSW Australia - Ozasiatraveller 

Here is a list of some of the most popular regions to visit in NSW.

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Blue Mountains
Visiting Hunter Valley from Sydney
More about Sydney
Sydney to Forster Tuncurry
Sydney to Gold Coast Stopovers
Sydney to South Coast Jervis Bay
Port Stephens, Port Nelson NSW
Sydney Beaches
Driving from Sydney to Melbourne
Driving from Sydney to Wollongong
Sdyeny to Southern Highlands
Central Coast
Skiing in Thredbo
Sydney to LIthgow
Sydney to Armidale Roadtrip
Visit NSW Australia