New South Wales is home to one third of Australians and claims to have the biggest economy of all states and its capital is Australia’s best known city, Sydney.
The 1000km eastern coastline offers a range of ports, beaches and tourist destination. Central Coast covering the Gosford and Wyong Shire offer an escape for Sydney dwellers. Other popular holiday destinations include Coffs Harbour and Byron Bay
Further inland is farmland extending to the dry western plains and desert. Broken Hill is the western-most town in NSW – further from Sydney than it is from Adelaide or Melbourne.
South of Sydney is the Illawarra, Shoalhaven & Southern Highlands Region
New South Wales operates on Australian Eastern Standard Time. They put their clocks forward each summer for daylight saving.
See BCL Sydney for a lot more statewide information pages
Tuncurry is in the north coast region of New South Wales, just over 300 km north of Sydney. Tuncurry is connected to the larger town of Forster by a bridge over Wallis Lake. Local attractions include One Mile Beach and Booti Booti National Park. Forster Accommodation… Read More
Perisher is Australia’s largest skiing resort, in the beautiful Australian Snowy Mountains Region, approximately 600km south-west of Sydney. Perisher Valley Accommodation… Read More
Kingscliff is just south of Tweed Heads in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales. Kingscliff & Casuarina Hotels NSW… Read More
Yass is a small town with rolling countryside, set against the Yass River. Located near the junction of the Hume and Barton Highways, 50km north-north-west of Canberra, Yass is located in New South Wales Capital Country Region. Yass Accommodation… Read More
Young A former goldmining city located in the western part of The Great Dividing Range, New South Wales, about half way between Bathurst and Wagga Wagga. Young is part of New South Wales Capital Country Region. Young is known as the ‘Cherry Capital of Australia’, with some of the local cherry and stone fruit orchards… Read More
Yamba and Iluka headlands are at the mouth of the Clarence River estuary. See the Yamba local tourist and visitor information site. Accommodation in Yamba… Read More
Yamba and Iluka headlands are at the mouth of the Clarence River estuary, renowned for its lake, sea and river fishing. Yamba is in New South Wales’ North Coast Region. Yamba Holiday Accommodation Hotels, Motels, Accommodation in Yamba Accommodation in Iluka Yamba School & Community Links Postcode: 2464 Local Council: Clarence Valley Council Local Schools… Read More
Wollongong (“the Gong”) is on the south coast of New South Wales, in the Illawarra Region. It is the third largest city in New South Wales. Serviced offices and other links.