New South Wales

New South Wales Cities, Towns and Regions

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

Inland is the Great Dividing Range with the Blue Mountains and the Snowy Mountains and Mt Kosciuszko with winter ski resorts.

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.

You can find pages for regions, cities and towns in New South Wales by following the links on the left. There are also special pages for NSW Holiday Parks and NSW Cabins and Cottages

See BCL Sydney for a lot more statewide information pages

West Wyalong, 2671, NSW, Australia

West Wyalong, 468 km west of Sydney, is the major town in the  Bland Shire in the Central West region of NSW.  The town has a gold-mining history. The Newell and Mid Western Highways converge for some distance here which means it is a popular stop-off point and meeting place for drivers travelling between Melbourne… Read More

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Hotels & Accommodation in Wollongong NSW

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Hotels in Wagga Wagga NSW

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Wentworth Falls, 2782, NSW, Australia

Wentworth Falls is a town in the Blue Mountains, approximately 100km west of Sydney on the Great Western Highway. Wentworth Falls Accommodation… Read More

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Tumut, 2720, NSW, Australia

Tumut is on the banks of the Tumut River at the foothills of the Snowy Mountains and is referred to as the gateway to the Snowy Mountains Scheme. Tumut is approximately 410 km (250 miles) south-west of Sydney and 525 km (330 miles) north-east of Melbourne. Tumut is on the Snowy Mountains Highway that runs… Read More

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Tweed Coast, 2485, 2486, NSW, Australia

Tweed Coast refers to a section of coastline in the far north-eastern section of New South Wales, known for its magnificent beachfront. The Gold Coast straddles the border with Coolangatta in Queensland, and Tweed Heads and Kingscliff in New South Wales. Tweed Coast is part of the New South Wales Far North Coast Region. Tweed… Read More

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Ulladulla, 2539, NSW, Australia

Ulladulla is a coastal town in Shoalhaven City, on the Princes Highway between Nowra and Batemans Bay in the New South Wales South Coast Region . The Ulladulla Lighthouse at Wardens Head is one of only 2 towers in New South Wales made from wrought iron plates. Every Easter, Ulladulla holds the Blessing of the… Read More

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Wagga Wagga, 2650, NSW, Australia

Wagga Wagga (called simply Wagga by locals) is a city on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River in the Riverina Region. It is the largest inland city in New South Wales Wagga Wagga is midway between Sydney and Melbourne – approx 500 km from each capital, where the Sturt and Olympic highways meet, and west… Read More

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Thredbo chalets, apartments and resorts, Thredbo 2625, NSW, Australia

Thredbo is one of Australia’s leading ski resorts. It is near the border with Victoria in the Kosciuszko National Park, in the Snowy Mountains Region of New South Wales, approximately 500km south of Sydney. Thredbo Accommodation… Read More

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Tocumwal, 2714, NSW, Australia

Tocumwal is on the New South Wales side of the Murray River, and just over 280 kms from Melbourne. The Newell Highway starts at Tocumwal and runs all the way to Goondiwindi on the Queensland border. One of the town’s more unusual attractions is the Big Murray Cod made from fibreglass and more than 6… Read More

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