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There are few more recognisable cities in the world than Sydney, the venue for the 'best ever' Olympic Games in 2000. Regional New South Wales varies from the rugged beauty of the outback to the rich farming areas on the New England tablelands. NSW coastal areas attract visitors year round from the recreational beaches and fishing villages on the south coast to the playground beaches that stretch north to the Queensland border.
MAIN ATTRACTIONS AND EVENTS
Climb Sydney Harbour Bridge
Explore the Blue Mountains
Swim at one of the many famous beaches
Take a ferry on Sydney's magnificent harbour
Watch an opera at the Sydney Opera House
Be inspired by the unique landscapes of the NSW outback
Ski in the Snowy Mountains
Enjoy a glass of wine in the Hunter Valley
Relax in a coastal village
Drive through historic country towns
ACCREDITED VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRES
Call in when you see this sign to discover how you can make the most of your stay. Accredited visitor information centres provide high quality information and professional standards.
The summer season (November to March) is the most popular time to visit
GMT +10 (GMT +11 from last Sunday in October to first Sunday in April). GMT +9.5 (GMT +10.5 from last Sunday in October to first Sunday in April) for the Broken Hill Area
The area code for New South Wales is 0(2).
Arriving by Air
The Sydney International Airport terminal and Domestic Airport terminal are situated on Botany Bay. Click here for information about airport, transfers between the terminals and transport to the city.
For regional airports in New South Wales click here
Arriving by Train
Travel NSW by rail with Country Link . Sydney's Central Railway Station is a magnificent sandstone building opened in 1906 and now restored to its original glory. It serves regional and metropolitan train lines.
There are a number of public transport options for travelling around Sydney, Newcastle and the Central Coast, Wollongong and the Illawarra. No visit to Sydney would be complete without a ferry trip on Sydney Harbour from the city terminus at Circular Quay. Click here for public transport information. In addition to bus and trains, ferries and light rail, visitors can enjoy the hub of the city by travelling on the monorail or lightrail.
Travel Information For New South Wales