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

Thredbo Valley, 2625, NSW, Australia

Thredbo Valley in the Snowy Mountains Region of New South Wales, is approximately 500km south of Sydney and one of Australia’s leading ski resorts. Thredbo Valley Accommodation see more Thredbo chalets, apartments and resorts… Read More

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Terrigal, 2260, NSW, Australia

The coastal village of Terrigal on NSW’s Central Coast is a popular holiday town with good surf beaches.

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The Entrance, 2261, NSW, Australia

The Entrance on the NSW Central Coast is approximately 90 minutes north of Sydney. The Entrance Accommodation… Read More

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Tenterfield, 2372, NSW, Australia

Tenterfield is at the junction of the New England and Bruxner Highways, in the New England Region of New South Wales. It is 275km south-west of Brisbane and 699km north of Sydney. There many beautiful colonial buildings in Tenterfield, as well as spectacular displays of autumn leaves. Tenterfield is famous for being the site of… Read More

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Taree, 2430, NSW, Australia

Taree is a city on the north coast of New South Wales, approximately 310 km north of Sydney, the centre of an agricultural district. Taree is part of New South Wales North Coast Region. Local Council: Greater Taree City Council TAFE / Universities: North Coast Institute of TAFE – Taree Campus Club Taree – Taree… Read More

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Tathra, 2550, NSW, Australia

Tathra is a coastal town on the south coast of New South Wales near Bega. Tourist attractions including Old Tathra Wharf, Mimosa Rocks National Park and Borrunda National Park. Tathra is in the Bega Valley Shire Council local government area and is part of New South Wales South Coast Region. Tathra Accommodation… Read More

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Tamworth, 2340, NSW, Australia

Serviced offices and other links for Tamworth is on the New England Highway, in the New England Region of New South Wales.

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Tamworth Hotels and Accommodation NSW

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Singleton, 2330, NSW, Australia

Singleton is set on the Hunter River, approximately 183km north-west of Sydney, considered to be the geographical heart of the Hunter Valley. Singleton  Activities and Attractions Royal Australian Infantry Museum – Lone Pine Barracks, Range Rd, Singleton Sacred Spaces – Tours and musical events in the Convent of the Sisters of Mercy. Mercy Convent, Queen… Read More

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Snowy Mountains, NSW, Australia

Mount Kosciuszko in the Snowy Mountains is Australia’s highest mountain and the Snowy River is Australia’s highest river. They form parts of the Australian Alps and the Great Dividing Range. The Snowy Mountains are known for the historic Snowy Mountains Hydroelectric Scheme, and Banjo Patterson’s “The Man from Snowy River.” During the winter months, major winter… Read More

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