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Holidays To New South Wales & Sydney

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Plan a trip to New South Wales with Travel Center – you won’t regret it! Home to gorgeous beaches and beautiful vineyards of Hunter Valley, New South Wales is best known for its iconic city – Sydney. Holidays to New South Wales & Sydney offer you a chance to discover the northern splendours of Coffs Harbour and Byron Bay while a swim with the dolphins is on offer at the southern edge in beautiful Jervis Bay. Our fabulous all-inclusive holidays to New South Wales & Sydney mean you don’t have to worry about the finer details, leave the planning to us and enjoy comfortable accommodation, convenient location and of course cheap flights to Sydney. Explore Blue Mountain a world heritage site, catch a show at the Sydney Opera House and treat your taste-buds to gourmet cuisine at Sydney’s finest restaurants. Head inland and discover the pristine beauty of the Australian Alps scattered, with scenic villages and of course home to verdant Mungo National Park. Hurry and book holidays to New South Wales & Sydney and enjoy unimaginable savings and travel discounts. A world of adventure awaits you along the sunny coastal belt of magical Australia.

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Time Zone

UTC/GMT +10:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Emirates, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Qantas, Malaysian Airlines, Etihad Airways


English, Mtoarin, Thai, French, Spanish

Best Time to Travel

April to October

Modes of Transport

Boat, Car, Motorcycle, Bus, Train

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 2.04 AUD

Check out our Top 10 attractions in and make sure you don't miss it

Sydney Harbour

Iconic Sydney Harbour is a must visit. Enjoy a walk along the harbour to the Opera house and enjoy the expansive views of famous Sydney Harbour Bridge. Chat to a friendly street artist, browse attractive souvenir shops and relish the happy vibes all around.

Sydney Opera House

Set along Sydney Harbour the Opera House is Sydney’s most famous attraction. The huge sail shaped roofs are recognised the world over. Sitting across the harbour at Bennelong Point the Opera House is home to art, music, culture and loads of historical allure.

Bondi Beach

Famous the world over Bondi Beach is definitely Australia’s most famous beach. The sandy beach is 1km long and is patrolled by the famous lifeguards of Bondi Beach. Enjoy sun, sand and plenty of surfing there while two excellent walkways offer views of the sea and historical sites.

Kamay Botany Bay National Park

Bordered by magnificent Sandstone cliffs the park consists of 458 hectares of coastal bushland. The Discovery Centre is a treasure trove of historical and modern day Aborigine history. Spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean are visible across the bushland and over the dramatic sand dunes.

Lord Nelson Brewery

An interesting browse for culture buffs this is Australia oldest brewery and pub. Well known across the world for its natural beer brewed without additives, sugar or preservatives the ales here have won international awards. Explore the well restored colonial building located at ‘The Rocks’ in Sydney.

The Royal National Park

Located 29kms from Sydney CBD this is New South Wales most famous park. Established in 1879 it is the world’s second oldest National park made up of 15,091 hectares. Walking tracks spanning over a 100kms cover varied landscapes from coastal cliffs to mangroves and salt marshes.

Blue Mountains

World Heritage site the Blue Mountains are a spectacular natural heritage. See the Three Sisters at Echo Point, be mesmerized by the surreal Wentworth Falls, Ride the Skyway, drink in the view from Govettes Leap Lookout, discover Jenolan Caves and explore the Botanic Gardens at Mt Tomah.

Hunter Valley

Enjoy the verdant beauty of Hunter Valley home to 150 world-class wineries. Experience a hot air balloon ride, explore the beautiful Hunter Valley Gardens, visit the small winemakers centre, relish a wine tasting tour and play a round of golf within verdant surroundings.

Albury Wodonga

The historic region is rich in natural splendour offering one of the best countryside experiences in NSW. Explore the Wonga wetlands, picnic with the family by the Murray, cycle, fish and swim. The twin cities of Albury and Wodonga are resplendent with Aborigine cultural sites and unique flora.

Lord Howe Island

Paradise on earth the island entertains only 400 visitors at a time. Surrounded by crystal clear waters its surroundings are perfect for enjoying sun, sand and surf. Hand feed the fish at Neds Beach, enjoy birdwatching and bushwalking, climb Mt Gower and snorkel or dive.