Things to Do in New South Wales

Port Stephens

Jenolan Caves

Featherdale Wildlife Park

Scenic World


South Coast NSW

North Coast NSW

Central Coast NSW

Hunter Valley

The Blue Mountains


For many visitors to Australia, Sydney is the first stop and best-known city. The capital of the state of New South Wales sure does have more than its fair share of icons and attractions, with plenty to see and do in the sunny city. After you have had a swim at Bondi Beach, taken a harbour cruise past Sydney’s famous Opera House and Bridge and enjoyed the fantastic food and wine on offer, don’t think you are finished with NSW. There is plenty more to discover and visit beyond the city.

Best Places to Visit in New South Wales

If you are staying in Sydney, you don’t have to go far to escape the city life and find yourself in the completely different scenery. One of the best places to visit in NSW is the Blue Mountains, and it is easily accessible on a day tour from Sydney. Home to iconic attractions including Scenic World and the Three Sisters, you can get a taste of the region on a day tour, or extend your visit and stay overnight in Katoomba on our 2 Day Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves Tour

The Hunter Valley is another excellent day trip from Sydney. One of the best places to visit in New South Wales if you are interested in wine, the Hunter Valley offers fantastic local produce in a picturesque setting. Take our day tour from Sydney, or add the overnight option to enjoy a longer visit.

Other Attractions in New South Wales

There are plenty of things to do in NSW, with activities and attractions that will keep everyone entertained. If you love animals one of the best attractions you can head to is Featherdale Wildlife Park where you can get up close and personal with some of Australia’s adorable wildlife. For those who want stunning views of the Three Sisters in the Blue Mountains, the best thing to do is make your way to Scenic World to ride the Skyway across the spectacular Jameson Valley. Another great attraction to visit in New South Wales is the Jenolan Caves, which take you to explore part of the 40 kilometres of multi-level underground passage ways.