Day Trips Around Sydney

Sydney offers some of the best landscapes of New South Wales ranging from pristine beaches, national parks, rivers and 400 million years old mountain valleys and caves. There is plenty to do in and around Sydney, therefore, planning your trip is essential to get the best out of this amazing city. The amazing coastline runs from Cronulla in South to Mona Vale and Avalon in the North offering rockpool and well-maintained beaches with picnic areas. Extensive information is available online on parklands, bushwalking tracks and picnic spots around the city. Here is a list of some of the most interesting activities you can undertake around Sydney. 

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Blue mountains can be seen westward from any high location in the City. Stretching across from Penrith towards inner NSW covering an area of 11,400 sq. km, this is one of the most popular locations to visit if you are visiting Sydney for a couple of days. Katoomba the main city in the Blue Mountains is some 80 km from Sydney. Take M4 and you can get there in less than an hour. Once past Hawkesbury River in Penrith you will start climbing up the mountains with beautiful towns of Springfield, Hazelbrook, Leura, Wentworth Falls Katoomba and Black Health. 

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Sydney to Gold Coast stops

The average driving time between Sydney and Brisbane is 11 hours. If you want to travel along the coast take Pacific Highway 1. If travelling with family you can break up your trip in two to three stops if you have more time to yourself. There are some great destinations and stopover cities which you can explore. Here is a list of interesting towns and possible stop-overs:\

NewcastlePort Stephens & Port Nelson | Forster | Coffs Harbour | Byron Bay | Surfers Paradise

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