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New South Wales boasts pristine beaches, tranquil forests, snow-capped mountain peaks, and world-class dining. From some of the world's most livable cities to quaint regional towns, NSW is home to some of the best places to visit. A magical state offering peace, adventure, romance, and fun, your visit is what you make it. Whether you're travelling for business or pleasure, don't forget our Best Price Guarantee means that you can be sure of booking at the best rate.
Sydney Harbour, New South Wales

New South Wales

Why visit New South Wales

Home to Sydney, iconic beaches, lazy coastal towns, and idyllic regional towns, NSW has something for everyone. Whether you're looking to relax by the beach, hike through ancient forests, experience world-class shopping and dining, visit a sprawling winery or engage in some adventure sports, you'll find what you're looking for in New South Wales. With so much to see and do in such beautiful surroundings, you'll only encounter two problems - choosing where to start and leaving!

When to visit New South Wales

New South Wales can be visited year-round with a mostly pleasant climate, particularly around the coastal areas. In New South Wales, summer falls from December to February, while winter falls from June to August. Summer is a popular and busy time to visit. Temperatures reach highs of 30+ degrees celsius during the day in some coastal and regional towns. Winter sees temperatures in the low teens for the coastal towns, with colder temperatures and snow seen in the more regional and mountainous areas.

Getting around New South Wales

New South Wales has a rail system and coaches available for getting from city to city. You can also fly from Sydney to Byron Bay and other regional towns with smaller airports. One of the best and most popular ways to get around NSW is by car. Coastal road trips are popular, NSW roads are safe, and there are hire car options around the state.

Things to do in New South Wales

Experience true cosmopolitan living in Sydney and visit Sydney Opera House, climb the harbour bridge or take a dip at Bondi Beach. Travel North up the coast for an epic beach crawl, starting in the Central Coast and ending at Tweed Heads, where you can indulge in some surfing and boutique shopping. Travel inland for a spot of wine tasting in the famed Hunter Valley, and make sure to get a snap of the local kangaroos. If you're after white sand beaches, travel down the south coast, starting at Wollongong and ending at Jervis Bay, home to Hyams Beach, one of the most pristine white-sand beaches in the world. Explore nature by taking a hike through the Blue Mountains or go for a spot of antiquing in the quaint town of Bowral. When you travel to New South Wales, no two days are the same.

Where to stay in New South Wales

Accor offers a range of hotels in New South Wales in the most iconic locations to help you make the most of your trip. From budget hotels to luxury hotels, when you stay with Accor, you can choose accommodation to suit your needs with hotels nsw. If passing through Sydney and searching for iconic luxury accommodation, stay at Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour. Or, if you're in Sydney on a budget, ibis offers centrally located budget accommodation such as ibis Sydney World Square. Venture further out and explore the wineries in Hunter Valley, then rest your head at Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens. For a coastal escape, visit the North Coast and stay at Mantra on Salt Beach Kingscliff, or head down south and stay at The Sebel Kiama Harbourside. Wherever you decide to venture, you're guaranteed the very best in comfort and convenience when you stay with Accor.

New South Wales FAQ's

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