2 February 2016
Valentine’s Day is nearly here and love is in the air throughout NSW. With Valentine’s Day on Sunday this year, you have an entire day to woo the object of your affections. Here are some of the best Valentine’s Day-friendly activities you can enjoy around NSW on the most loved-up day of the year.
Head to the Hunter Valley for a classic favourite at the Heddon Greta Drive In. Grab your car and FM radio and spend a romantic night cosied up with your true love in the comfort of your own car watching one of the latest blockbuster films. You could stop off during the day to pick up some some local cheese and snacks for the movie, or book into one of the Hunter’s many fabulous restaurants for a romantic candlelit dinner.
With spectacular views, a Valentine’s Day Sunset Walk through Thredbo’s Main Range in the Snowy Mountains ticks all the boxes. If you’re a morning person, head to Byron Bay on February 13th and rise early for a sunrise breakfast on the Cape Byron Headland and Lighthouse, Australia’s most easterly point. Or you can spoil your love with a weekend getaway to Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo and an overnight stay in one of the Zoo’s luxurious lodges, with Zoo admission included.
Surprise your Valentine with a trip to Mudgee to explore the Mudgee Food and Wine Trail. The third largest grape-producing region in NSW with around 30 cellar doors, and boasts some incredible local restaurants to boot.
Valentine’s Day need not only be about romantic dinner dates. Why not take a scenic drive in a luxury sports car? There’s no better way to experience some of NSW’s most picturesque scenery than a leisurely drive. Venture down the Grand Pacific Drive and into the tranquility of the Southern Highlands behind the wheel of a Porsche 91. Cliff To Coast offers half and full-day tours with your choice of porsches.
For more events and romantic ideas for Valentines Day in Sydney, visit Sydney.com