From its sparkling beaches to its breathtakingly beautiful Australian outback, New South Wales earns its place among a list of unique regions on the planet. Whatever type of traveller you are, the state will always have something to offer. Planning a beachside holiday? The picturesque towns along the NSW North Coast provide the perfect escape from a hectic city life. Spend your winters in the Blue Mountains and marvel at the regions scenic views. And when you're in NSW, don't forget to visit Byron Bay - home to Australia's biggest artistic community.
NSW has (api property count) holiday parks listed with Campstay and is a popular destination for sailing, kayaking, fishing, and camping.
Aside from exciting beaches and glorious mountain views, NSW is also known for its world-class wine, and the Hunter Valley is where every wine connoisseur needs to be. Take part in wine tours in one of the region's popular towns: Lovedale, Singleton or Pokolbin. And at the end of the day, sit down to a gourmet dinner and warm up with a glass (or two) of Hunter Shiraz. Not to be outdone, Wollongong on the NSW South Coast welcomes thousands of cyclists, bushwalkers and surfers annually, thanks to its one-of-a-kind geographical terrain. Similarly, nature lovers and camping enthusiasts flock to Batemans Bay and Jervis Bay every year. So, if you love immersing yourself within nature make sure these towns are at the top of your must-visit list.
Home to Sydney, which happens to be the country’s biggest and most home to the country’s largest city, New South Wales is also where you can find 5 World Heritage sites, foremost being the Sydney Opera House. With its divine mix of natural beauty and modern comforts, there is little to wonder why Sydney is among the world’s top tourist destinations.
If you prefer spending your holiday inland, the NSW countryside is home to towns teeming with history and activities for every type of traveller. If you're road tripping during winter, do not miss Orange for their annual food and wine fests. In addition, the town is close to the famous Abercrombie Caves, to spice up your visit with a little adventure. Drive a little further south to spend an afternoon at Jenolan Caves.
Snowy Mountains, on the other hand, is by far the most popular attraction among skiers and snowboarders. After all, it is where you will find Australia's top ski resorts. Drive to Kosciuszko National Park and take snapshots of Mount Kosciuszko, the country's highest peak.
No trip to Australia is complete without experiencing the great outback. Rough it out at Broken Hill, and immerse in the region's dramatic landscape and thriving wildlife. Top off your NSW trip with a getaway to Lord Howe Island. Home to over 14 species of seabirds, the island is a birdwatcher's paradise. If nature tripping is more up your alley, the island is famous for its day treks up Mount Gower.
Booking your next NSW adventure holiday has never been easier. Campstay offers a great selection of camping options in and around NSW, including family friendly campsites, motorhome and campervan powered sites, caravan sites, and cabins.