Photo: The Great Dividing Range extends from Victoria in the south to Queensland in the north. Visit the Blue Mountains
NSW Tourist Guide: Outer regions of New South Wales, including Illawarra, New England, the North Coast, Northern Rivers, South Coast, Southern Highlands and the Snowy Mountains.
New South Wales can be divided into four broad regions:
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Capital Country, the region surrounding Canberra ACT encompasses the city of Canberra (ACT) and parts of NSW, including Bowral, Goulburn, Yass and Young.
Perfect mid way stop for any Sydney to Queensland drive, this beautiful region offers glorious beaches, green fertile hinterlands and the stylish comforts of the resorts of Coffs Harbour Coffs Region NSW.
Love the sun and surf lifestyle? Tucked away between the Hunter Valley and the North Coast is the Macleay Valley - This is a great holiday destination, with plenty of things to do for everyone. Macleay Valley NSW.
North Coast NSW - If you want pristine beaches that seem to stretch forever, crystal clear streams in lush pastures, towering forests blanketing mountain ranges - Visit the NSW North Coast. More about NSW North Coast.
Northern Rivers NSW - Long beaches, some stretching for kilometers, world class surfing, lush river systems and stunning national parks with World Heritage listing, make the Northern Rivers a great place to explore before either venturing further north to Brisbane or south to Sydney. Northern Rivers.
Red Earth, Aboriginal Culture and small unique dusty towns. Cobar, Wentworth, Wilcannia, Broken Hill, Mungo National Park and Bourke. The arid regions of the Outback of NSW has much to offer the outdoor adventurer: Outback of NSW.
The Riverina Region is in the mid south of the state. Referred to as the ’The Food Bowl of Australia’ and one of the major wine producing regions of Australia. A region filled with a rich history, natural attractions, great food and wines, outdoor adventure and scenery.
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The South Coast NSW - Quaint villages nested on beaches by crystal-clear waters. Enjoy the beaches and lush bushlands as well as fine gourmet dining, art galleries, antique shops, fishing and sports of the South Coast. See more on the South Coast..
The Southern Highlands NSW - Southern Highlands NSW - Different from any other region of Australia, yet close to Sydney, Canberra, the South Coast and Illawarra. Try to visit nearby Kangaroo Valley NSW if you can.
Touring the NSW Coast - Touring the 2000kms of New South Wales coastline - gorgeous beaches, stunning scenery, small fishing villages and resort towns. See NSW Coast.
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