With borders reopening on 21 February, NSW is ready to welcome back visitors. Our cities, regions and tourism operators look forward to greeting our friends from Indonesia once more – with a warm smile and the goal of helping you ‘feel new’ again.
New South Wales is Australia’s most visited state, home to the famous Hunter Valley wine region, the spectacular Blue Mountains, celebrity surf town Byron Bay and the quirky outback capital of Broken Hill.
Sydney is its vibrant capital and the largest city in Australia. Marvel at the iconic Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, catch the ferry to Manly, have a swim at Bondi Beach and stroll through the historic Rocks district.
Make a splash in one of Sydney’s beautiful ocean pools and outdoor swimming pools. Dotted along the coastline and harbour’s edge, they are a spectacular place to swim and many are more than 100 years old. You’ll be protected from waves and currents – and won’t get any sand in your swimsuit.
Destination NSW acknowledges and respects Aboriginal people as the state’s first people and nations and recognises Aboriginal people as the traditional owners and occupants of New South Wales land and water.