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New South Wales is Australia's most populous state. Its capital, Sydney is the country's oldest, largest and most cosmopolitan city, centred on its spectacular harbour.
Popular destinations: Sydney, Wollongong and Newcastle

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Search for hotels in Sydney, in Wollongong, in Newcastle, in Sydney and in Port Macquarie.

Sydney is the Harbour City. It is the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia with an enviable reputation as one of the world's most beautiful and liveable cities.
Popular destinations: City Centre, City East and Inner West

The Blue Mountains, immediately to the west of the sprawling metropolitan area of Sydney, constitute one of the most accessible areas of relatively unspoilt natural highland beauty in New South Wales.
Popular destinations: Katoomba, Blackheath and Jenolan Caves

Hunter is a region in New South Wales directly to the north of Sydney. It is also often referred to as the 'Hunter Valley'.
Popular destinations: Newcastle, Cessnock and Gloucester

The Southern Highlands is located south west of Sydney in New South Wales, Australia.
Popular destinations: Goulburn, Bundanoon and Picton

The Northern Rivers region is on the far North Coast of New South Wales, stretching from Grafton to Tweed at the Queensland border.
Popular destinations: Byron Bay, Lismore and Lennox Head

The Riverina is an inland region in the south of New South Wales, Australia, producing a good deal of the nation's agriculture.
Popular destinations: Albury-Wodonga, Wagga Wagga and Gundagai

The Mid-North Coast of the Australian state of New South Wales stretches for some 300 km along the Pacific Ocean shoreline from Port Stephens in the south to Coffs Harbour in the north and inland to Dorrigo and neighbouring towns.
Popular destinations: Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour and Seal Rocks

New England is a region in the north-eastern area of New South Wales north of the Hunter Valley and inland from the north coast of New South Wales and the Northern Rivers.
Popular destinations: Walcha, Oxley Wild Rivers National Park and Tamworth

The Central West is an inland region in the Australian state of New South Wales.
Popular destinations: Orange, Bathurst and Lithgow

The South Coast region of New South Wales has an interesting rural/tourist mix.
Popular destinations: Jervis Bay, Batemans Bay and Bermagui

The Snowy Mountains, sometimes nicknamed the Snowies, are a region of New South Wales in Australia in the south east of the state.
Popular destinations: Perisher, Thredbo and Jindabyne

The Illawarra is a coastal region in the state of New South Wales, Australia, immediately to the south of Sydney.
Popular destinations: Wollongong, Kiama and Helensburgh

The Far West is the north western Outback part of New South Wales, Australia. The area is large and the population small: much of the area is arid land.
Popular destinations: Broken Hill, Lightning Ridge and Wilcannia

The Central Coast of New South Wales is a coastal region located immediately to the north of the state capital of Sydney and south of the state's second largest city Newcastle.
Popular destinations: Gosford, Wisemans Ferry and Brooklyn

Norfolk Island is an island in the South Pacific Ocean, part of the state of New South Wales in Australia.

The Shoalhaven is a large rural region in the state of New South Wales, Australia, south of Sydney.
Popular destinations: Kangaroo Valley, Ulladulla and Gerringong

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