Time For An Adventure? Here Are 213 Reasons To Choose NSW

New South Wales is open for business and there has never been a better time to embrace the diversity and enjoy the magic of this unique state. If you're craving an adventure, we've got 213 reasons why NSW should be on the top of your to-do list.

New South Wales is open for business and there has never been a better time to embrace the diversity and enjoy the magic of this unique state. If you’re craving an adventure, we’ve got 213 reasons why NSW should be on the top of your to-do list.

Overwhelmed with where to go? Don’t be! Destination NSW has you covered, with its epic list of top NSW travel experiences, to help you make the most of the 213 days that remain in the year since the travel ban lifting on 1 June.

“Now’s the time to get out there and make up for lost time – jump online and find the NSW adventures that are right for you, book them in and reboot your 2020,”

Steve Cox, Chief Executive Officer, Destination NSW

Launched on VisitNSW.com, 213 Ways to Reboot NSW in 2020, is the ultimate source of information and inspiration for anyone planning to travel within or to NSW, showcasing travel experiences which are continually ranked highly by global travel guides and travellers.

More than 102 NSW destinations, 131 operators, 37 hotels and other accommodations, 28 national parks, 19 animal encounters, and more, feature as part of the stellar line-up.

Choose your adventure – it’s time to get out there and #LoveNSW.

Here are a few recommendations, to get your travel tastebuds tingling:

Visit the highest peak in Australia

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Did you know that Mount Kosciuszko in the NSW Snowy Mountains is the highest peak in Australia? Pretty cool, right.

There are two ways you can reach the top and both offer spectacular views, with one beginning in Thredbo and the other in Charlotte Pass.

Why not plan a cheeky weekend away skiing, and add the hike in for some extra fresh air and exercise.

Explore the underwater wonderland of Julian Rocks

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Julian Rocks is 80 hectares of pure mer-mazing magic and known as one of the best diving spots in Australia.

Julian Rocks showcases many species of tropical and temperate fish and is an aquatic reserve is designed to protect marine life. Plus, it’s whale season (May-Oct), so there’s a big chance, you’ll get to see a big splash!

Hike to Barrenjoey Lighthouse 

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If you’d like to merge your active lifestyle, with beautiful views and love for hit TV series Home and Away, a hike to Barrenjoey Lighthouse is a must!

Support local by enjoying NSW wines

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Adam & Brooke, Clementine

What’s better than enjoying a delicious glass of wine? Enjoying a delicious glass of wine on wine lists showcasing 100 percent NSW Wines at award-winning restaurants, of course!

Treat yourself to an indulgent drink at one of these restaurants, including Clementine in Yass and Bills Fishhouse at Port Macquarie.

Visit historic Goonoo Goonoo 

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Goonoo Goonoo station in Tamworth is a must-visit for everyone interested in history, as it was once the head station of the Australian Agricultural Company as well as being a destination for dignitaries during the gold rush. 

Quad bike through the Stockton Sand Dunes

Get the adrenalin flowing with an adventuorous trip with Sand Dune Adventures.

Quad your way through Worimi land and listen to captivating stories from the Worimi people themselves.

So what are you waiting for? Get out and show your love for NSW now!

The launch of 213 Ways to Reboot 2020 in NSW coincides with a full campaign of activity including TV and social creative, NSW itineraries, and international digital advertising.

Find out more: www.visitnsw.com/213adventures

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