NSW Accommodation

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    Hotel & Motel

    Plan your accommodation in NSW at hotels and motels across the State with great deals and packages throughout the year.

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    Caravan, Camping and Holiday Parks

    Nothing beats a caravan or camping holiday in NSW. Find out where the best locations are in NSW.

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    Beach hideaways, five-star resorts and deluxe retreats - you'll find them all in NSW.

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    Self Contained Accommodation

    Self-contained accommodation is the way to go, with all the amenities you need for a relaxing stay right under the one roof. From the coastal regions to the mountains and wine country, NSW has a range of options to suit all budgets.

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    Bed and Breakfasts

    Relax and enjoy a warm country welcome at B&Bs, historic cottages and guesthouses in the country and along the NSW coast.

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    Farm stays

    Stay in a homestead, on a working farm, in shearers' quarters or historic stations in prime locations in NSW.

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    Spa & Retreats

    The best thing about spa retreats is you're literally force to slow down. To sleep. To enjoy fresh, healthy food. And, if you fancy, to put yourself under the practiced fingertips of the best beauty therapists around. In NSW, the many spa retreats will leave you refreshed and recharged.

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    Backpacker & hostels

    Getting around NSW on a budget is easy with an excellent range of backpacker accommodation, YHA hostels and budget cabins.

About accommodation in NSW

New South Wales has an incredible range of places to stay, whether you choose a camp-ground or caravan park, hostel, motel, hotel or cosy B&B. New South Wales is the only State in Australia where you can ski down a mountain, surf a world-class reef break, visit a remote outback town and explore a temperate rainforest. Chances are high that you’ll want to make a return trip.

Where to go? That’s the million dollar question. When it’s cold outside, it’s particularly tempting to park yourself in an historic guest house, cabin with a view or flash five-star hotel in the Blue Mountains, just a stone's throw from Sydney , but really, there’s lots to see and do in the Mountains all year round. Head further west to Bathurst in country NSW for a range of farm stays, cottages and quaint B&Bs, and you’ll easily immerse yourself in the community vibe and enjoy a rural experience like no other.

Similarly, summer’s always a great time to camp around Jervis Bay on the South Coast , and some of the State’s most beautiful campgrounds can be found in the Booderee National Park. There are also charming boutique hotels, beach houses for hire and a huge range of bed and breakfast accommodation on offer, too, whether you base yourself in Wollongong, Gerringong, Kiama, Huskisson or inland Berry and Kangaroo Valley .

Head north to Port Stephens , Port Macquarie,  Coffs Harbour or Byron Bay, where you’ll find a variety of hostels, motels, serviced apartments – and luxury resorts to choose from, all with everything you’d need under the one roof. Get your accommodation sorted, and it’s a no brainer to grab your towel and find a strip of sand anywhere along the beautiful, relaxing mid-north coast.

Wine connoisseurs shouldn’t miss tasting the cool climate wines in the Southern Highlands – which abounds with heritage guest houses, motels and B&Bs. And, of course, NSW’s Hunter Valley is a must-see; the region features a staggering array of open doors, local produce and a variety of Hunter Valley accommodation, from hotel resorts to themed guest houses, cabins to camping.

Exploring west into NSW’s outback regions is also a great idea if you have a few days or even a week to spare. The mining town of Broken Hill, known as a ‘living museum’, has long lured artists and filmmakers and is famous for its ancient river gorges and spectacular sunsets. Affordable cabins, cottages, farmstays, B&Bs, motels and hotels are all on offer to base yourself while you explore this gateway to the greater outback and beyond. 

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