To find out more about visiting the State of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory please open this post. The Sydney Opera House is one of the 20th century’s famous and distinctive buildings
New South Wales is a southeastern Australian state, distinguished by its coastal cities and national parks. Sydney, its capital, is home to iconic structures such as the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Explore the many regions of NSW – Inland are the rugged Blue Mountains, rainforests and outback towns where opals are mined. Along the coastline are long surfing beaches. The Hunter Valley region, in the north, has dozens of wineries.
The Australian Capital Territory and Canberra is full of lots of things; award-winning restaurants, historic museums, natural beauty. But most of all, Canberra is full of surprises. There’s really no other place where so much is all so close. Because when it comes to Australia’s capital, it’s one good thing after another. Nestled conveniently between Sydney and Melbourne, Australia’s vibrant, multicultural capital city is home to about 390,000 people. Just a short drive from the pristine beaches of the New South Wales South Coast and the beautiful Snowy Mountains, Australia’s largest inland city is the perfect base for a self-drive holiday with no road tolls, ample parking, and minimal traffic.
You can also learn more about holidaying in Australia at this Tourism Australia website link