Terrigal has an airy and up-market feel with rows of well-established Norfolk pines lining The Esplanade. A pathway beneath the trees leads alongside the beach and out to the most prominent natural fe...
Blue Pool

Blue Pool

Bermagui

The famous Blue Pool of Bermagui is a must see for those taking a break on the South Coast. A natural rock pool, Blue Pool is consistently washed with clean, natural ocean waters, making it an ideal b...
Mt Warning

Mt Warning

Mount Warning

Mt Warning is an inactive volcano which coveres a massive 400 square km and can be found within the Mt Warning national park. Given its name by Captain Cook, it was used as a warning to sailors of the...
Pebbly Beach

Pebbly Beach

South Durras

This destination could not get more Australian if it tried. Sunshine, beaches and 70 well known resident kangaroos frolicking in the surf are just some of the sites to see on Pebbly Beach, situated in...
Mungo National Park is situated on 88,637 hectares and the focal point of the world heritage listed Wilandra Lakes World Heritage Area. Mungo's lake shores, now dust-dry, hold a record of aboriginal l...
Jenolan Caves

Jenolan Caves

Jenolan Caves

The Jenolan Caves are a series of remarkable caverns believed to be some of the oldest caves on earth. They are the most celebrated lime stone caves in Australia. Above ground, there are spectacular f...
The heart of New South Wales wine country, the Hunter Valley is situated two hours north of Sydney, a region renowned for world class food, wine and a majestic ambiance of quaint, historic surrounds. ...
Brisbane Water National Park is located north of the Hawkesbury River. With a total of 11,369 hectares it is one of the oldest national parks in New South Wales. The Sandstone landscape is rich in Abo...
Arguably the Blue Mountains most recognisable icon, the ‘Three Sisters’ rock formations are located at Echo Point, Katoomba overlooking the world heritage listed Jamison Valley. The valley itself is p...
"The Blue Pool is a Must Visit!"
Bermagui hugs the edges of its spectacular harbour and nestles under the shadow of Gulaga (Dromedary Mountain). A small and vibrant coastal town, offering boutique services and attractions, many uniqu...
Located in the Kosciuszko National Park, Mount Kosciuszko is Australia’s highest mountain reaching 2,228 metres (7,310 ft) above sea level. One of the world's great national parks, Kosciuszko National...
The Big Banana

The Big Banana

Coffs Harbour

A whole bunch of fun, you will see the iconic Big Banana from the Pacific Highway, calling you in to enjoy a Coffs Harbour tourist attraction that has delighted both locals and tourists for over 40 ye...
Wander through the perfectly manicured gardens of Black Dragon Garden at Howlong and capture the oriental essence of the Ming and Qing dynasties. Built with the distinctive gardens of Suzhou as inspir...
You can’t climb the Opera house, and you need to climb something iconic in Australia, right? The instantly recognizable Sydney Harbour Bridge will do the trick nicely. Since climbing the bridge became...
An eco friendly park combining the best of nature and action, TreeTop Adventure Park is a must for those looking to get outdoors and active. Move through the forest as you are faced with 105 challenge...
Bald Rock National Park is located on 8883 hectares and is Australia's largest exposed granite rock. This magnificent dome is 750 metres long, 500 metres wide and rises 200 metres above the surroundin...
The Blowhole
Discovered by George Bass on his voyage of coastal exploration on December 6, 1797, the local Aboriginals had for generations referred to it as Khanterintee. Under the right conditions, large waves en...
Claimed to be one of the nation's most powerful lighthouses, the 18 metre tower of Byron Bay Lighthouse houses a light which is visible for more than 40km out to sea, on Australia's most easterly poin...
Since a trip to the Central Coast is not without a trip or two to the sun kissed beaches, why not make a day of it and enjoy some of the best the region has on offer? Offering outstanding views of Lob...
Sydney is famous for its beaches, most of which are within 30 minutes drive of the CBD. There are excellent surfing beaches where perfect barreling waves are enjoyed by a locals and tourists alike, th...