- Saturday 1 February to Sunday 2 March 2014 Summerside Festival
Celebrating everything good about summerggg
- Saturday 1 February to Sunday 2 February 2014 Four Wheel Drive Spectacular
- Sunday 2 February 2014 Junee Poker Run and Blues Night
- Sunday 1 December to Wednesday 25 December Light Up Leeton
Christmas carnival and community concertggg
- Friday 13 December Play Along with Sam this Christmas
- Friday 13 December Twilight Race Meeting
NSW Travel Information
New South Wales lies on the east coast of Australia. The State capital, Sydney, is Australia’s premier gateway and the largest city in Australia. Well serviced by flights from across the world, NSW also has a network of regional airlines, trains, buses and coach services making it easy to get around.
The regions within three hours’ drive from Sydney offer a world of astonishing natural attractions - stunning wine regions in the Hunter Valley and Southern Highlands, beaches on the Central Coast and around Wollongong, World Heritage national parks in the Blue Mountains and at Barrington Tops and spectacular coastal and country scenery. Further afield, the Snowy Mountains is a year-round destination for winter sports and summer hiking; beautiful and unique, Lord Howe Island is a World Heritage-listed island paradise.
Country NSW, stretching across the rich agricultural lands and western plains, is criss-crossed with food and wine trails and touring routes amidst beautiful natural landscapes. Outback NSW has a mix of vast national parks, quirky towns, a thriving arts scene, rich and lasting Aboriginal heritage and the awe-inspiring magic of the desert. The North Coast of NSW provides a taste of classic Aussie surf culture with great surf beaches and a relaxed lifestyle, while the South Coast has a collection of stunning natural treasures - more than 30 national parks, marine parks and reserves.
Local visitor information centres around the State offer assistance with information, bookings, attractions and travel routes.
- Blue MountainsThere are so many amazing things to do in the Blue Mountains.
- Central CoastPerfect for swimming surfing fishing sailing or simply relaxing at a waterfront
- Country NSWLoved by visitors today for old-world general stores and friendly country pubs
- HunterThe Hunter region includes the premier wine-growing areas of the Hunter Valley
- Lord Howe IslandEnjoy the crystal waters wildlife and mountain peaks of World Heritage-listed Lord
- North CoastNorth Coast and Mid North Coast accommodation events restaurants things to do
- Outback NSWOutback NSW’s vast landscape offers visitors the chance to explore flora fauna
- Snowy MountainsFor Australia’s five highest peaks and the ultimate alpine experience year-round head
- South CoastSouth Coast in NSW stretches from the Royal National Park to Eden.