Things to do
Adventure time in Wollongong
If you crave adventure, take a trip to Wollongong! You can choose from a wide range of activities including sky diving, surfing and hiking.
Step right into your holiday
A NSW caravan and camping holiday gives you the freedom to explore the State in your own time and at your own pace.
NSW road trips and scenic drives
Explore NSW at your own pace on a road trip or scenic drive. Discover our top drives through the diverse and stunning landscapes of NSW.
The best of food and wine in NSW
Quality produce, great wine & some of Australia’s best restaurants can be found in culinary hotspots across Regional NSW. Discover where to wine & dine.
It's ON! in Regional NSW
Start planning a fun-packed getaway to one of the fabulous events that are on in Regional NSW right now.
Enjoy a round of golf in the Hunter Valley
From world-class golf resorts to delightful local courses, golf in the Hunter is the perfect way to stretch your legs between wine tastings!
Deals & promotions
Snowy Mountains Package Deals
Hit the slopes this winter in the Snowy Mountains with these great snow packages!
The Murray's mighty winter deals
Explore the Murray River this winter with these amazing deals!
Accor Hotels have the perfect winter getaway for you
With more than 30 hotels to choose from across NSW, Accor has the perfect escape for any taste and budget.
Escape to beautiful Port Stephens with great spring deals
Experience stunning beaches, endless activities and more with these amazing deals.
Coffs Harbour Running Festival
Coffs Harbour Showground, 123 Pacific Highway, Coffs Harbour
FROM 06 September TO 06 September
Various locations in Dungog, Dungog
FROM 22 October TO 25 October
Beach Street, Woolgoolga
FROM 26 September TO 26 September
Taste Riverina Food Festival
183 Tarcutta Street, Wagga Wagga
FROM 01 October TO 31 October
Orange Wine Festival (Wine Week)
Various locations, Orange
FROM 16 October TO 01 November
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From pristine beaches to the awe-inspiring Australian outback, New South Wales (NSW) is one of the most unique places in the world. Explore the State in winter and enjoy stunning stretches of coastline, great bushwalks in beautiful national parks, and outstanding dining experiences in spectacular locations.
- Up-to-date information on the events and experiences in and around Sydney
- Suggestions on itineraries for your stay here
- Plenty of recommendations for summer activities
NSW is made up of a number of diverse regions. Winter in the Blue Mountains region features breathtaking scenic views and historic landmarks, plus some of Australia’s finest hotels and guesthouses.
If it’s a relaxing beachside holiday you’re after, there are plenty of towns along the NSW North Coast that fit the bill. The Central Coast region incorporates the major towns of Terrigal and Gosford, and as you travel further north you reach Newcastle, Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour. Don’t forget to extend your stay to Byron Bay, which is Australia’s most easterly town, and also famous for its artistic community.
Do grapevines feature in your winter dreams? The Hunter Valley is a world-class wine region. A popular setting for weddings and honeymoons, the Hunter region includes Pokolbin, Singleton and Lovedale and offers fresh air, gorgeous scenery, fine dining and, of course, great wines. A warming glass of Hunter shiraz is perfect for a cool winter evening. Winery tours and wine tasting are popular with visitors.
The South Coast of NSW has plenty to offer visitors. Wollongong is the largest town on the South Coast, drawing thousands of surfers, cyclists and bushwalkers. Similarly, the towns of Jervis Bay and Batemans Bay are popular with campers and nature lovers.
Country NSW incorporates the State’s best inland towns – with rich histories, spectacular views and plenty of things to see and do during the cooler months. Orange, for instance, is a friendly country town that hosts a number of food and wine celebrations in winter. It's also close to the famed Abercrombie Caves if you’re keen for a little adventure, as well as the Jenolan Caves further south.
The Snowy Mountains region is home to Australia’s best ski resorts within Kosciuszko National Park. Have fun skiing and snowboarding, or simply enjoy après ski while taking in the views of Mount Kosciuszko, Australia's highest peak.
For an authentic Aussie experience, you can’t go past an outback adventure. Broken Hill is a truly incredible place – with its spellbinding landscape and unique wildlife.
And finally, how about an island adventure? Lord Howe Island is only a short plane trip from Sydney. It’s a top destination year-round for birdwatchers with more than 14 species of seabirds. It’s also a great place for hiking - tackle one of the world's best day treks scaling the 875-metre tall Mount Gower.