Getting around NSW
Plan your own driving holiday in NSW with these easy-to-follow itineraries. Take your pick of idyllic destinations - the Snowies, the Outback, the Blue Mountains â and all the hard planning is done for you.
Transport around NSW
New South Wales is well serviced by a network of regional airlines, trains, buses and coach services. From Sydney, there are airports, rail and bus services to major regional centres such as Broken Hill, Wagga Wagga, Cooma, Bega, Orange, Dubbo, Armidale, Ballina/Byron, Coffs Harbour, Port Macquarie and Newcastle.
Visitor facilities such as car hire, tour guides and transfers are available at most major centres. Contact the visitor information centre at each destination to assist with local contacts on arrival.
Below are links to some of the major transport operators.Airlines
- Murrays Coaches
- Premier Motor Services
- North Sydney Bus Charters
- Greens Northern Coaches - Helensburgh to Thirroul
- Sydney Hire
- Sydney Surrounds Hire
- North Coast Hire
- South Coast Hire
- Outback Hire
- Snowy Mountains Hire
- Heart of Country Hire
- Lord Howe Island Hire
The Broadway Museum is home of the Junee and District Historical Society.
Housed in what was the old Broadway Hotel, the museum has a variety of thematic displays using artefacts from the Jun...
Set amongst the trees on the Iluka Sports Ground the Iluka Markets have become widely recognised as having a friendly and relaxing atmosphere.
Wander through this market and you will find va...
The National Touch League (NTL) is the premier event for Touch Football Australia and is held in March each year.
The aim of the tournament is to showcase representative Touch on a national s...
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The Patonga Progress Association is once again holding their annual fundraising Easter Fete. The Fete will feature arts, crafts, antiques ...
0.7km (one way) - 0.5 hour - Medium difficulty
For an outback adventure that's bound to inspire, head for Mulgowan (Yappa) Aboriginal Art site walking track in Gundabooka National Park, near ...
The rocky headland of Dark Point, north of Hawks Nest and in the southern area of Myall Lakes National Park, was declared an Aboriginal Site of significance in 2002. This area has a rich cultural hist...www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/myall-lakes-national-park/dark-point-aboriginal-place/aboriginal-site