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.
Jervis Bay is 200 km south of Sydney. The drive takes you on a scenic coastal Old Princess Highway through beautiful cities of Helensburgh, Stanwell Park, Thirroul and eventually descending near Bulli Pass to the beaches of Fairy Meadows and Wollongong. New Princess Highway offers a direct route to Wollongong. Princess Highway connects Sydney with Melbourne along the south coast of NSW.
Lake Burrill is approximately 300km south of Sydney. August is a great time of the year to explore southern highlands as the weather is quite cold at night and days are warm and sunny at this time of the year. The roads are not very crowded and it is quite easy to find accommodation along the coast. Lake Burrill and surrounding regions are popular for fishing all year round.
The Snowy Mountains Region is home to premier skiing resorts in NSW, Australia. Easily accessible from Canberra (1.5-hour drive) and Sydney (4.5-hour drive), the region attracts large crowds from around the country. The ski season begins around mid-June and lasts till mid-September. Early snow is sure to bring hordes of skiers and tours to this region and accommodation at Thredbo and Persihers is quickly taken up.