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  1. Baal Bone Gap picnic area

    If you’re four-wheel driving, head out to Baal Bone Gap for a picnic and some of the finest views in the Blue Mountains. You’ll find huge examples of the rock pagodas that make this part of the mountains unique and...

  2. Bombala Platypus Reserve

    Due to the high numbers of platypus found in their pristine rivers and streams, the Bombala region is known as Platypus Country. Located 4.2 kilometres from Bombala on the Delegate Road, the Platypus Reserve is an...

  3. Mount Brogden Walking Track

    A real nature-lover’s track, this great half-day walk leads you to the lookout at the top of Mount Brogden.As you set out, take a good look at the surrounding native bushland. It’s predominantly white...

  4. Black Oaks Picnic Area

    Stop at secluded Black Oaks picnic area while enjoying a paddling trip on Myall River, as it offers scenic river views and abundant wildlife, in Myall Lakes National Park.After a morning paddling the...

  5. Turingal Head Picnic Area

    Make your way to Turingal Head picnic area for a fun-filled day full of swimming, fishing, stunning scenery and amazing birdlife.Nestled among the red gums and giant honey myrtle, Turingal Head picnic area...

  6. Thredbo River picnic area

    Spread out a blanket, lace up your walking shoes and enjoy the beautiful setting of Thredbo River picnic area. The relaxing backdrop of the river and surrounding forest combined with picnic tables and access to free...

  7. St James' Church

    St James’ is the oldest church in the Forster Tuncurry Anglican parish and was built in 1884. This historic church sits on the hill above Bungwahl and overlooks the beautiful Myall Lakes.St James' is very a...

  8. Morgans Gully picnic area

    As you explore the intriguing landscape of beautiful Boonoo Boonoo, be sure to spend some time at Morgans Gully; a fascinating area full of granite rock that marks the site of an old goldfield. At the eastern end of...

  9. Boginderra Hill Nature Reserve

    The Boginderra Nature reserve is only accessed via foot from a laneway at the end of Heinrichs Lane north that has been overgrown with trees, this massive untouched nature reserve provides excellent hiking and...

  10. Popran National Park

    Popran National Park on the NSW central coast protects Aboriginal sites and offers great walking, kayaking, mountain biking, horse riding and fishing.Take a step back in time and visit the incredible Popran...

  11. Hastings Point Beach

    Hastings Point is the smallest coastal settlement of New South Wales Tweed Shire; the "Jewel of the Tweed", surrounded by national park, the hamlet is nestled between the ocean on its east and a beautiful but delicate...

  12. Armstrong Tag Archery

    Archery Tag is the newest and hottest family friendly combat sport that can be played indoors or out and utilises archery with patented foam-tipped arrows to play the game. The game is played with two opposing teams....

  13. Gara Gorge Lookout

    If you like to combine an easy walk with a spectacular view then it’s time to pack the car and head to Gara Gorge lookout, accessed along Threlfall walking track, you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views across the New...

  14. Endota Spa Bowral

    Endota Spa is the all Australian day spa network.Splish, on Merrigang Street sits a blissful Endota Spa in a beautiful historic building. The spa boasts brilliant lead lighting, high ceilings and...

  15. Culcairn Bike Track

    Explore historic Culcairn as you bike your way through town on the bike and walking trail, suitable for all ages. Visitors can embark on the entire seven kilometre loop track, or there are plenty...

  16. Greenglade picnic area

    At Greenglade picnic area, the first thing you’ll notice is the sound of some rainbow lorikeets screeching overhead. But that’s about all you’ll hear, because this is one of the most tranquil places on the NSW coast...

  17. Bellambi Beach

    Bellambi Beach is at the southern end of a two kilometre stretch of beach and is backed by a reserve with distant mountain views. The beach is extremely popular for fishing with the boat ramp and small harbour near...

  18. Marsh Meanders

    One of the best ways to explore the Marshes is by a guided kayak or bushwalking tour. Tour operator Carolyn Fisher is a wealth of knowledge on birdlife in the marshes. To book a tour, contact her on the mobile number...

  19. Cowra Military and Migrant Camps

    The history of Cowra is marked by stories of the military and migrants from World War Two. Between 1940 and the end of the war, the Cowra Military Camp trained some 80,000 military personnel. After World War Two, the...

  20. Summits Walking Track

    Summits walking track connects two of the park’s summits, Mount Canobolas (also known as Old Man Canobolas) and Young Man Canobolas, traversing a saddle between to two mountains and joining up with some of the other...

  21. Wollemi National Park

    World Heritage-listed Wollemi National Park offers a dramatic setting for scenic walks, swimming, canoeing and camping, just a couple of hours north-west of Sydney.Discover the spectacular landscapes of...

  22. Riverside Park

    What better place to set up for a day of exploring than Riverside Park? Located at the northern end of Ash Island, near Newcastle, it’s a blissfully peaceful spot with sheltered picnic tables and a large deepwater...

  23. NSW Jervis Bay National Park

    Explore the Aboriginal heritage of Jervis Bay National Park on a school excursion or weekend away. Visit Hyams Beach, renowned for its white sand, whale watching and fishing opportunities.With its powder...

  24. Bullocks Hut

    Some places are so remarkable, they seem tailor made for special occasions. Bullocks Hut, not far from Jindabyne and Thredbo in Kosciuszko National Park, is just such a place.Framed by dramatic mountains and...

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Attractions in NSW

In NSW, browse galleries to discover the work of local artists, step back in time in historic museums or enjoy the regions' often unique attractions, shopping and entertainment.

It's easy to soak up the art, culture and history all over Jervis Bay on NSW's South Coast. If you're into antiques, there's great shopping around Berry and Kangaroo Valley. You'll also find flower farms, settlers' museums, Aboriginal arts and crafts to buy and much more.

Country NSW is equally rich in history, architecture and attractions you won't find anywhere else. There are museums dedicated to everything from fossils to fish, military history to writing implements. You'll find unique botanic gardens to explore, arenas where you can hone your riding skills and the chance to go fossicking for sapphires. The truly adventurous can even go gliding in Corowa!

A thriving artist community can be found in NSW's Blue Mountains, where there's a range of local galleries to check out, lots of beautiful architecture and for keen shoppers, a huge range of gift stores and more in Leura and Katoomba.

Broken Hill is also a long-time haven for artists and filmmakers, and the region's many galleries – including Art With Hart, where Pro Hart's daughter Julie exhibits – are well worth a look. Another must-see attraction is the Living Desert just out of town, and its sandstone masterpieces which were created as part of the Sculpture Symposium in 1993.

Keen anglers should definitely head to NSW's Snowy Mountains and the Big Trout of Adaminaby, a popular trout-fishing spot. The region's attractions also include a platypus reserve, memorabilia museum, historic buildings and a number of art galleries. If you're keen to shop, check out stores selling country crafts, Akubra hats – and, of course, a huge range of ski and adventure gear.