The Guide for an Unforgettable Experience in New South Wales

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The Guide for an Unforgettable Experience in New South Wales

If Australia has always been on your bucket list but you don’t really know where to start your incredible journey, look no further because we’re here to help you out! Here’s a guide for an unforgettable experience in New South Wales, so check it out and plan your upcoming trip to the tiniest detail!

Visit Warrumbungle National Park

If you’re a fan of nature and everything it brings, a trip to Warrumbungle National Park is an absolute must if you ask us! It’s located near Coonabarabran in New South Wales, and it’s a perfect place for walking, camping, birdwatching, and even stargazing, as it is Australia’s only Dark Sky Park. Even though it was affected by wildfires in 2013, it’s good to know that campgrounds, visitor sites, and walking tracks were rebuilt with modern facilities, which is why you shouldn’t skip this place. As for the most recognisable feature within the park, it’s a rock formation called the Breadknife. It towers about 90 meters above the valley floor and that’s what makes it the most iconic symbol of the park. 

The Guide for an Unforgettable Experience in New South Wales

Don’t skip a trip to SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

Once you’ve found a furnished studio in Sydney to stay while in the Land Down Under, it’s about time you explored some of the most popular attractions in this wonderful city. SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is located in the heart of the city, and it’s undoubtedly one of the best family-friendly places in Sydney you should visit. This facility is exciting both for the kids and for the adults – especially when you realise that there are twelve different species of sharks you can see in their natural habitat. Trust us when we say that you’ll absolutely adore walking through a long tunnel with these astonishing yet a bit frightening creatures swimming carelessly over your head, so check out this place and you’ll see what we were talking about!

Learn to surf like a true pro

If there’s one thing Australia is famous for, it’s definitely numerous surfing spots, so don’t miss this fantastic opportunity and learn to surf while in New South Wales. You’re lucky if you’re staying in Sydney as this city is a true heaven for surfers, so we’re sure that you’ll find what you need – no matter if you’re an experienced surfer or just a beginner at this water sport. For example, there’s Manly Surf School where your kids (5 and up) can learn to surf. As for the older kids, there’s a school called Let’s Go Surfing and it’s located at Bondi beach. All you need to do is to find the best spot, hop on your surfing board, and ride the waves like there’s no tomorrow!

The Guide for an Unforgettable Experience in New South Wales

Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Everyone knows that the Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the most iconic landmarks in this city simply because it inevitably catches everyone’s attention, but you know what? There’s no use of taking hundreds of photos of this bridge, so muster your courage and climb it instead! That’s right, climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge is completely possible, and your adventure will start with walking inside the bridge itself and reaching the top for some mesmerising views of the entire city. There are various different climbs that take from one hour to three hours, but here’s a little tip: sunrises and sunsets get even more breathtaking when you see them from the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge!

 

As you can tell, there truly are a lot of amazing things to do and places to see when in New South Wales, and these four are certainly the best ones out there. So, if you want it to be super exciting and unforgettable, all you need to do is to stick to our guidelines and you’ll make the most out of your trip!

Alexis Walker

Alexis is a Sydney-based part-time lifestyle writer and a full-time mom of two. Her words carry the richness of her travelling and parenting adventures.

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