New South Wales


About New South Wales

New South Wales is Australia’s oldest state, and is also its most populated with approximately 7,797,800 people residing in its borders. The state’s capital, Sydney, is home to some of New South Wales’ most popular landmarks, including the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.
The Blue Mountains, Byron Bay, Coffs Harbour, Wollongong, Port Macquarie, Newcastle and the Snowy Mountains are all very popular areas of the Premier State. They are some of the towns and regions known for the Three Sisters, the easternmost point of Australia, the Big Banana, St. Thomas’ Church, snow fields and more. A trip to Lord Howe Island is also a must for the bucket list.

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