The state’s coastal areas offer endless sandy beaches next to sleepy coastal communities.
The Great Dividing Range stretches the state’s length from north to south, including the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains and Australia’s largest ski resorts in the Snowy Mountains.
West of the range is the plains and the outback, gold mining, history, and rural communities to the red dust. Along the way, you’ll find Australia’s premier wine regions of Mudgee and the Hunter Valley, the rainforests of the North Coast and New England, and hidden natural wonders to discover.
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