Best NSW Destinations to Make Your Holidays Memorable
Australia has a range of unique and beautiful destinations to visit. If you have plans to visit Australia on your next holiday, maybe I can help you find some of the best places in New South Wales. Get your backpack ready to get into the super exciting locations that are equally accessible. From popular manmade delights to picture-perfect white sandy beaches, there are plenty of attractions you can enjoy.
It is no wonder why Sydney attracts hundreds of thousands of guests annually. The popular Harbour Bridge and Opera House, within the city limits, can be seen as major factors why this coastal metropolis always get piqued by the world. These two marvellous attractions should be your first stop. Guess how! Even though there are many ways to indulge in the spectacular views, I would strongly recommend a harbour cruise offering dinner along with a purchasable beverage package, but of course, everything on a budget! You can spot a purpose-built catamaran offering pocket-friendly cruising and a restaurant-quality dining experience. You can enjoy a freshly prepared multi-cuisine buffet dinner by expert in-house chefs. You will also be able to step into its expansive outer viewing decks to enjoy the best views of these iconic landmarks along with other attractions including the giant smile of Luna Park, an ample view of Fort Denison, Shark Island, and Taronga Zoo to name a few. This 3-hr catamaran dinner cruise in Sydney is one of the most intense and wonderful experiences I’ve had when I was in Sydney.
Byron Bay, popular for its beaches, dine and wine galore, and eclectic lifestyle, is one of the must-visit destinations in NSW. Being a prominent destination attracting people from all over the world, Byron Bay can be seen as an amazing stop of rainforest walks, endless beaches, coastal trails, and so on. Byron Bay can also be seen as a dreamy destination for couples. So if you are looking for a destination where you can go for your honeymoon, maybe you can consider Byron Bay too! Apart from all these, I believe Byron Bay is a perfect blend of all quintessential Aussie features, hippy culture, and great cuisines. A half-hour drive away from Byron Bay will lead us to a highly impressive world, quite different and unique. There is a real rainforest in the popular Nightcap National Park. Enjoy the best views of the countryside with mountains in distance and try exploring the park consisting of high cliffs and dense jungle. Just south of Byron Bay are the two popular picturesque beaches, called Shelly Beach and Boulder Beach. If you are not running out of time, then you should try hitting these stunning beaches and should taste some of the best local delicacies on your way. You can also try exploring Cape Byron and the Byron Bay Lighthouse area, housing some of the major points of interest including several small beaches and coves.
Jervis Bay, located 3 hours south of Sydney, is pretty popular for being the best destination where there are clean beaches and the whitest sand. Try discovering it by yourself. See if Jervis Bay beaches are whiter than the Maldives, the Whitsunday Islands, the Caribbean, or any other exotic locations in the world you can think of. If you are looking for an amazing beach destination where you can go and chill out with your friends taking in the fresh and breezy vibes, then you can try heading to Hyams Beach. Among the 16 white beaches in Jervis Bay, it is Hyams Beach gets super crowded during the summer months. You can try taking a walk from Nelsons Beach in Vincentia to Hyams Beach catching sight of the best vantage points and underappreciated hidden gems along your way.