New South Wales
Explore New South Wales
Located in the central part of eastern Australia, we have the state of New South Wales. It has a population of over 8 million people and covers an area of 800,000 square kilometres. The Australian Capital Territory and the Jervis Bay Territory form separate entities that border New South Wales.
The Capital of New South Wales is Sydney. It has over 5 million people living there and one of Australia’s largest cities. Most international visitors think Sydney is the capital of Australia, however, Canberra in the ACT, owns this title.
The state has a string of beaches, including the world-famous Bondi Beach. Additionally, this is where you will find the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Some Mountain regions are a popular destination for skiing in the winter, while in the summer bring fantastic-looking waterfalls. You can get some fresh air in several coastal towns like Byron Bay. Furthermore, appreciate some great food and wine in the hunter valley, or enjoy the serenity in the Blue Mountains.
Most of New South Wales’s climate, west of the Great Diving Range can be very hot in the summer, while nights and winter can be cold. East of the range and towards the coast varies from oceanic to humid subtropical weather. Rainfall can be high, and the state is generally warm, especially when you’re getting close to Queensland.
Please click the blogs links below to explore the New South Wales state:
New South Wales Blogs
- 100+ Australia Bucket List Ideas you need to tick off
- How to get to the Sea Cliff Bridge Lookout, Sydney
- Attending the Sydney Vivid Festival Event
- Guide to Norfolk Island Holidays
- Dubbo Zoo Experience | Ultimate Guide & Zoofari Stay
- Things to see Sydney To Wollongong | Road Trip Grand Pacific Drive
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