From charming unspoiled beaches to the wonderful Sydney opera house, New South Wales is a place that will leave you craving for more.
Along with the capital city of Sydney, New South Wales also boasts of 5 World Heritage places and the best place for SUP boards surfing.
Here we have a list of the best things you can do in New South Wales.
Head to the popular Blue Mountains
Declared as a World heritage place, this natural attraction is accessible from Sydney by train in two hours or by road in ninety minutes.
Do not miss the amazing view of the valley from the Echo Pro, Sublime Point, and more.
Go for the big Canyon trek for some adventure.
Take a tour of the Jenolan Caves
The Jenolan Caves are of the most amazing locations to explore in New South Wales, and we advise that you pick one of the guided trips at this amazing tourist attraction.
This limestone cave network follows the course of the Jenolan River.
With over forty kilometers of multi-level passengers and more than three-hundred entrances, the area provides ten caves open for guided trips.
Witness the iconic Sydney Opera house
A multi-venue center for doing arts, the Sydney Opera House is the star of the Sydney skyline.
This engineering marvel has a park, food outlets, art galleries, cafes, a recording studio, museums, and everything you need for the best Australian outing.
Take a guided trip or sit around and feel the buzz.
Paddle Boarding in a Woodland Lake
Get near to Wildlife at the Featherdale Wildlife Park
This park was awarded the top Major tourist place in 2005 and 2009, and here, you can witness Australian native animals up close.
Hand-feed a wallaby and pet a Kangaroo baby, or learn about the indigenous marsupials and reptiles.
It is actually going to be a highlight of your New South Wales tour.