New South Wales is home to many of Australia’s most iconic destinations, with Sydney being the most recognisable.
The state is abundant in beautifully scenic locations and plays host to a vibrant capital city, Australia’s oldest wine region, a Bohemian seaside town and countless more exquisite places and experiences to be uncovered.
Sydney is Australia’s leading destination, with most international travellers seeking out this vibrant metropolis.
This region is home to many of Australia’s most well-known icons, including the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House and Bondi Beach. However, these are just the beginning to the depth of experiences that Sydney has to offer.
Uncover the history of the local indigenous peoples of Australia, learning their stories through a local elder. View Sydney Harbour from a luxury vessel, sampling an unbelievable selection of freshly caught seafood. Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge and watch the city unfold beneath you, relishing in that 360° view.
Lord Howe Island is a luxurious escape from the wiles of modern life. This dramatic departure from the mainland of Australia is cloaked in landscape reminiscent of undiscovered lands deep in a remote jungle.
The tranquillity of the island slowly seeps into your soul, allowing you to truly unwind and relish in the luxury provided by the island’s main luxury resort. Discover rocky caves and ancient summits by foot, or perhaps take a bike ride around the island and discover its beauty at a more leisurely pace.
Lord Howe Island is the perfect destination for travellers looking to combine adventure with serenity and relaxation.
Byron Bay is a bohemian, chic seaside town, located on the east coast of Australia. This beautiful scenic destination enjoys a subtropical environment that can be enjoyed all year round.
The Byron Bay lifestyle – laid back and care free – is known for attracting a variety of creative personalities, with musician, artists, writers and poets inexplicably drawn to the region. The beloved Byron Bay beaches are perfect for surfing, which has created a strong surfing culture within the region also.
Amongst its bohemian outlook, Byron Bay is full of bars, restaurants, boutique fashion stores and cafes – perfect for travellers seeking convenient yet exciting experiences in town.
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Book before 31 March 2022 and receive a special rate for 4 nights at Finniss River Lodge and 2 nights at Adina Apartment Hotel Darwin Waterfront with selected touring.