New South Wales Travel to
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Many visitors to New South Wales head for the world-famous Sydney with its many attractions and activities, such as the Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the zoo, the Rocks, along with great dining, festivals and all-day fun.
New South Wales offers great contrasts in its geography and landscapes, from the beautiful harbors and beaches to the national parks, small country towns and snowy mountains.
New South Wales offers something for everyone and is a destination worth repeat visits.
CONVENTION AND VISITOR BUREAUS:
- Calling Code: Country: 61; Area code: 02
- Electricity: 240V, 50Hz
- Drive on the: Left
- Times to Travel: New South Wales is a year-round destination.
The alpine country from June to September is the prime time for skiing and snowboarding. November to March is the best time to visit the beaches.
The climate is temperate with cool winters and warm to hot summers. Prolonged periods of inclement weather are very rare.
- Australian Alps Walking Track
- Bathurst Tourism and Events
- Beaches of New South Wales
- Blue Mountains Visitor Guide
- Coastal Walking Guide
- Dubbo Visitor Guide
- Goulburn Visitor Guide
- Griffith Visitor Guide
- Heritage Houses
- Heritage Tourism Guide
- Jenolan Caves
- Museums Guide
- National Parks
- Newcastle Visitor Guide
- Outback New South Wales Guide
- Port Stephens Visitor Information
- Regional and Public Galleries
- (The) Rocks in Sydney
- State Forests
- Sydney Accessible Guide
- Sydney Opera House
- Sydney Visitor Guide
- Sydney Zoo
- Tamworth Region Guide
- New South Wales Airports
- Qantas Airlines
- Regional Express Airlines (Regional)
- Transport Information (Bus, Train, Ferry)
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