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  1. Wallangreen Sculpture Garden

    Wallangreen Sculpture Garden features over 100 steel sculptures, both thought provoking and fun, made from recycled farm machinery.There is one hectare of grounds with many shady paths. A ‘Dry Stone Wall’...

  2. Animals on Bikes

    Animals on Bikes is a 120 kilometre paddock art sculpture trail displaying 111 two metre high structures (and some smaller letterboxes) on the back road from Molong to Cumnock to Yeoval to Dubbo Zoo...

  3. Tooloom National Park

    Tooloom National Park, in Gondwana Rainforest of Australia World Heritage Area, is a great place for walking, picnicking, birdwatching and scenic views to the Great Dividing Range.Bordered by dry forest and...

  4. Nightcap National Park

    Explore ancient World Heritage-listed rainforests of Nightcap National Park near Lismore in north-eastern NSW. Ideal for school excursions, you’ll find great campgrounds, picnic areas, walks and stunning views...

  5. 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...

  6. The Lookdown Lookout

    It’s an easy walk from the carpark at the end of Lookdown Road to Bungonia lookdown, which offers superb scenic views into Bungonia Creek Gorge and beyond.The word ‘lookdown’ sounds quaint and old-fashioned...

  7. Broughton Antiques

    Broughton Antiques, established in 1985, is situated in one of Berry's heritage buildings. They offer an extensive range of antiques, furniture and collectables. Specialising in quality Victorian and Edwardian...

  8. Mount Kosciuszko Summit Walk

    This summer track is popular with nature loving hikers and mountain bikers keen for an outdoor adventure. Set out along the old road to Mount Kosciuszko, and have your camera ready for the glorious views of Australia...

  9. Rocky Point Trail

    Bouddi National Park offers plenty of mountain biking opportunities on well-defined trails, also suitable for walking. One of the best cycling routes for beginners is Rocky Point trail, a one-way trail beginning just...

  10. Goldfields at Ironbarks

    Between 1875 and 1914 it is estimated that 140,000 ounces of gold was mined here. You can stroll across The Common and see many old mines. There are over 50 mine shafts and a Chinese oven which is evidence of the...

  11. Lambie Town Walk

    Discover Cooma's rich history as you take this self-guided tour around some of Cooma's historic landmarks. You can walk, drive or bike, and maps are available from Cooma Visitor Information Centre....

  12. Grimwoods Store Craft Shop

    Grimwoods Craft Shop is a popular store among locals and visitors and sells products which are hand made by residents of the local and wider community. Now offering morning and afternoon tea, you can browse the crafts...

  13. Solitary Islands Marine Park

    The Solitary Islands Marine Park is the third largest marine protected area in New South Wales. It covers a total area of 71,000 hectares and extends along 75 kilometres of coast, from Coffs Harbour north to the...

  14. Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse

    Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse stands on a dramatic headland east of Seal Rocks village. Completed in 1875, it is the first lighthouse designed by colonial architect James Barnet and one of only two towers in Australia...

  15. Thredbo Valley Track

    Kosciuszko National Park is a mecca for mountain bikers, and Thredbo Valley track is one of its most popular (and easiest) adventures on two wheels.Soak in the views of Ramshead Range, and enjoy the fresh...

  16. Merton Motor Trail

    Merton motor trail is a 20 kilometre loop that passes through the various spectacular landscapes and wildlife habitats of the park. Whether you’re driving or cycling, stop along the way to explore remnants of the area...

  17. Delta Track

    If you’re looking to make the most out of Wandandian Creek without getting on the water in a kayak, Delta track offers a compelling reason to break out the walking shoes. Hugging the creek foreshore for 1.5 kilometres...

  18. Big Merino

    The Big Merino is located just off Goulburn's southern exit and stands proud as a symbol of Goulburn - 'the Fine Wool Capital of the World'. This unique 'big' attraction also houses an exhibition...

  19. Willi Willi National Park

    A scenic drive from Wauchope brings you to beautiful Willi Willi National Park, where lush rainforest, waterfalls and relaxing picnics await you.Willi Willi National Park forms an extensive mountain...

  20. Cascade National Park

    Cascade National Park, only an hours’ drive from Coffs Harbour, is ideal for a day trip. Rainforest, walking tracks, car touring and excellent cycling opportunities await.Cascade National Park is a magical...

  21. Mundi Mundi Plains

    The Mundi Mundi plains lookout is on the edge of the world! From the top of the hill, the flat lands of the Mundi Mundi plains stretch out for an eternity. Take a self-guided walk and take a champagne picnic! Visiting...

  22. Branxton Golf Club

    The Branxton Golf Club Co-Op Ltd has come a long way since it was first established in 1921.'The Ultimate Nine' has challenged golfing greats such as Billy Dunk, Ian Stanley, Peter Lonard, Nathan Green, Andre Stoltz...

  23. Iglou

    Iglou is the heart of designer fashion in Orange. Stocking labels from Sass and Bide, Tigerlily, Zhouk, Juicy Bear and Viktoria and Woods, Gorman and Rodeo Show, Mesop, Kachel, Thurley, Biviel, Samavara and Totem...

  24. Emerald Downs Golf Course

    Emerald Downs Golf Course is an 18 hole, privately owned, public golf course which is open for social play 364 days of the year - only closing for Christmas Day.The clubhouse offers a picturesque...

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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.