Plan your travels around New South Wales to make the most of these exciting events taking place in October, 2014.
Deni Ute Muster 3 – 4 October
The award-winning Deni Ute Muster Play on the Plains Festival celebrates all things Australian and the icon of the ute in the town of Deniliquin. Round up your friends and join two world record attempts for the most number of utes in the one place and the blue singlet count. Catch Australian music …Read More
Every week we ask our Visit NSW Facebook fans to submit their best photos of the State.
The pictures capture stunning colours, spectacular moments and magnificent scenery from the north to the south of the State.
Comment below and tell us what’s your favourite snap and submit your best NSW photo next week!…Read More
I caught the photography bug while working for Parks Australia a few years back. I spent a lot of time curating a massive collection of beautiful professional photography, and was also given an opportunity to take photos on occasion. I must have had a bit of natural talent, as I later went on a couple of dedicated photography trips to Booderee National Park in Jervis Bay, and also to Kakadu – amazing experiences!
Based on the feedback I was receiving …Read More
Plan your travels around New South Wales to make the most of these exciting events taking place in August 2014.
1. Australian Surf Festival Coffs Harbour 1 – 18 August
Watch more than 500 surfers from across the country compete to be crowned an Australian champion during this national event in Coffs Harbour. Many prestigious Australian titles will be decided across multiple surfing disciplines during this festival celebrating Australian beach culture.
2. Fireside Festival The Poachers Way 1 – 31 …Read More
Craig Parry has been using a camera since the age of 5 years when his mother bought him his first disposable underwater camera, from there Craig has drawn inspiration from his home town Lennox Head in Northern NSW.
In 2009 Craig opened his gallery in Lennox Head which is currently being relocated to Byron Bay for a scheduled opening in December this year.
Craig’s passion for photography has allowed him to become one of Australia’s best Adventure and nature photographers …Read More
The winter school holidays are a great time to explore New South Wales with the family. Whether it’s skiing, a farm stay, or something more educational, here are some of the best family holiday experiences in NSW.
Holidays on the Mountains
For skiing or snowboarding in NSW, head straight to the Snowy Mountains. Charlottes Pass and Selwyn Snowfields are two great resorts for families with slopes for beginners and plenty of kid-friendly areas. Major skiing hubs Thredbo and Perisher also …Read More
The winter school holidays offer a great opportunity to explore New South Wales. We asked eight parent and lifestyle bloggers for their favourite NSW kid-friendly holiday destinations.
Ricki Waller at StayAtHomeMum
“The Snowy Mountains are beautiful to visit any time of the year but in winter…wow! There is no need to pack up the kids and head to Canada or New Zealand to see the snow and try the various winter activities on offer, from snowshoeing to snowboarding. During the …Read More
Explore the best of New South Wales with these exciting events taking place this winter.
1. Hunter Valley Food and Wine month 1 – 30 June
The Hunter Valley celebrates its exquisite restaurants, chefs, wineries and winemakers throughout the month of June. Learn to make cheese at the Hunter Valley Cheese Factory for $75 per person on 7 June. Taste the region's outstanding range of wines at one of the many cellar door experiences available at wineries such as Hungerford …Read More
I have always been snap happy. It all began by experimenting with taking photographs on my iPhone. Then my partner bought me my first camera in March 2013 for my birthday. My family says he created a monster and since then my passion for photography has grown. It has become contagious with those closest to me now coming along on escapades for memorable moments. I was encouraged to join Instagram to showcase Australia to family members living in the UK …Read More
I’ve quickly discovered NSW is a state that loves its festivals. Huge events provide the perfect excuse to get thousands of people together to have as much fun as possible. Bluesfest is a classic example. This five-day annual musical festival brings more than 100,000 people to the small, coastal town of Byron Bay. Typically a place to surf, relax and enjoy the sun, the village bustles with people seeking a festival experience. In the spirit of the event, I decided …Read More