NEW SOUTH WALES OVERVIEW
An experience of extremes, New South Wales radiates out from Sydney at its centre, along unspoilt coastlines, up rugged mountains, across red desert sands and through sprawling vineyards on a breathtaking adventure. Sydney, the state’s capital, it has to be said is one of the greatest cities on earth. Take in the forward-thinking architecture of the Opera House, especially beautiful from the water and the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge - even climb it for the most amazing views. Outside of the city, New South Wales caters for the adventurous and those who want to take in this magniﬁcent territory at their own pace. An hour drive from Sydney and you can be surrounded by the natural beauty of the Blue Mountains. And, the Hunter Valley is an easy two hour drive from Sydney, with a relaxed and friendly charm, touring around the vineyards and cellars for a real taste of Australia makes this region a wine lover’s paradise.
ABOUT NEW SOUTH WALES
|FLIGHT TIME:||Approximately 21 hours|
|CLIMATE:||The New South Wales climate has a broad range, from the mild Sydney weather to the dry heat of the bush in the north western corner of the state. The coastal area is temperate and slightly humid during the summer months, but is generally mild and doesn’t experiences extremes of hot and cold. In the south of the state, the seasons are well-defined with hot summers and cool winters.|