New South Wales is a southeastern Australian state, distinguished by its coastal cities. With many sights and experiences to be had, from the wonderful harbour city of Sydney that is home to many iconic structures such as the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
Travel beyond the cities to find the rugged Blue Mountains, Rainforests and Outback towns, or travel towards the coast and discover some beautiful surfing beaches.
From border to border you can find some restaurants to suit singles, couples, families or those looking for a gourmet taste sensation, or travel to The Hunter Valley region to find amazing wineries where you can sample your favourite treat. Plus with a huge selection of accommodation, there is something for everything.
The subtropical climate of New South Wales is characterised by well-defined seasons and mild weather year round. The central coast is more humid than other areas while further north experiences hotter weather. The eastern climate is fairly temperate while the south coast enjoys cooler temperatures due to its proximity to the ocean
Max temperature 28.4°C
Max temperature 22°C
Australian Eastern Standard Time
which is 10 hours ahead of
Greenwich Mean Time.
Daylight savings time
starts in October
And finishes in April