New South Wales extends in all directions from Sydney the normal entry point for New South Wales. There are a number of New South Wales Tours that are worth looking at and booking before you arrive. Do check out the search box below:
Some of the New South Wales tours we feature are described below. All can be found and many more tours using the search box above and browsing our many New South Wales tours that start in the main cities.
Blue Mountains Tour
Travel in style with a small group to the National Park only 90 minutes from Sydney. It's a World Heritage listed area with spectacular scenery, many unique Australian animals such as kangaroos and wombats and fascinating Australian reptiles and birds. Take short walks in the Park, see and even travel on the world's steepest rail line, dine in style in Katoomba and witness an Aboriginal traditional dance, a corroboree. There are scenic walks and cable car rides. The spectacular Three Sisters are up close and personal. Enjoy an air-conditioned vehicle, hotel pickup and delivery plus choice of extras; masses of positive reviews.
Byron Bay Tour
This town is said to be the laid-back capital of Australia. In northern NSW it's famous for its beaches, surf, shops and cafes and starting from Brisbane, you can take a day trip to this glorious part of the world. Swim in the surf, stroll the streets, take a spa or shop, snack in the many cafes and discover why the locals regard BB as the most relaxed town in Australia. Your mini coach picks you up and delivers you back to Brisbane or the Gold Coast. While in Byron you could try some hang gliding or even a helicopter ride and check out the stationmaster's cottage for all the fun things to do in town.
How about a quickie, a tour that's over in a flash? Canberra might be small in size but if you want to see all the major tourist attractions in an hour, then this is the tour for you. Lake Burley Griffin, Parliament House, the War Memorial, the High Court and the National Museum are some of the buildings and places you'll see. It's a brilliant and inexpensive way to check out the nation's capital, discover the places you'd like to return to and explore in more detail and be back where you started in time for your next activity.
Hunter Valley tour
This two-day tour takes you to one of Australia's finest wine-growing regions. If you enjoy fine wine, you are in for a treat. Air-conditioned coach travel, top-quality accommodation and visits to outstanding wineries with several wine tastings en route. If you want to learn about Australian wine, this tour reveals all with expert descriptions and tastings to match. You'll also see historic towns including Hunter Valley Gardens.The arts and crafts shops are fascinating and the chocolate shops aren't too shabby either. A friendly and knowledgeable guide is part of your group. Calling all wine buffs and anyone who enjoys this picturesque countryside a few hours out of Sydney; this is your tour.
Fly Fishing in the Snowy Mountains
If you've never been to the Snowy Mountains or if you've a hankering to try fly fishing in a stunning part of Australia, then this activity is for you. The meeting point is Jindabyne about 2.5 hours from Canberra. You'll find rivers and streams with the cleanest water in the world. Well, that's what the fish say. This is not an activity for a novice but anyone with a basic casting technique is good to go. Everything is provided including fishing gear and appropriate wet weather clothing. Oh and there's an expert or two on hand to give you the tips on landing those magnificent trout.