EVERY MINUTE OF EVERYDAY SOMEONE DISCOVERS THE WONDERS OF DUBBO Each year about 530,000 visitors..Orange Information
Situated a comfortable 3.5 hours from Sydney and 3 hours from Canberra, Orange is an ideal location..Gilgandra Information
Gilgandra is the town that author Thomas Kenneally based his landmark historical novel The Chant of..Parkes Information
You will find much to enthrall you in the Parkes region; it is an ideal destination for an..Millamolong Information
Millamolong Station is situated between Bathurst and Cowra about 4 hours west of Sydney. As well as..Bathurst Information
As one of Australia's oldest cities found inside of the coastline, Bathurst has maintained its..Coonabarabran Information
Coonabarabran is best known as the gateway to the Warrumbungles, intriguing mountains that are one..Cowra Information
Escape to the Cowra region and discover why this area of Central NSW is one of the best kept..Forbes Information
Bushranger Ben Hall and Kate Kelly (Ned's sister) are both buried here and Frank Gardiner staged..Mudgee Information
Mudgee's reputation for excellent local produce has enabled it to prosper and grow while keeping..Peak Hill Information
Peak Hill is a little town with a big heart of gold! The town's history is linked with the..Warrumbungle National Park Information
The Warrumbungle National Park offers magnificent scenery, abundant wildlife including kangaroos..See all locations in Central NSW
Early explorers Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson 'discovered' central New South Wales when they finally cut a path over the Blue Mountains. This historic region is now home to Bathurst - the oldest inland settlement - and a Cobb & Co. route, a strong food and wine culture, some beautiful national parks and one of Australia's best regional zoos.
History is alive and well here, from the gold rush towns of Sofola and Hill end to remote outback stations the size of small countries Central NSW provides the visitor with an experience that won't easily be forgotten. The region's history can be read in its architecture - from humble slab huts to the lavish hotels and mansions built during gold and farming booms. Places such as Gulgong, Ophir and Sofala are a window on our pioneering past.
But Central NSW doesn't stop there. After a day exploring the wide open spaces you can sample the superb food, wine and hospitality of the region particularly in the Cowra-Orange-Mudgee district.
There are 14 National Parks and nature reserves to discover - including Wollemi National Park in the south to the Warrumbungles in the north - and many opportunities to explore underground at Abercrombie Caves and the Wellington Caves and Phosphate Mine. For an experience of a different kind discover space and learn about astronomy at any of the six observatories in the region - Siding Springs and Skywatch near Coonabarabran, Darby Falls near Cowra, Gilgandra, Dubbo and the Radio Telescope at Parkes.
Discover the Romance of the Bush in Central NSW.
Australia's oldest city is the economic powerhouse of the nation, filled with world-renowned icons..Blue Mountains Information
It’s is one of the world’s great heritage listed wilderness areas, yet it’s surprisingly..Bondi Beach Information
Bondi, home of Australia's oldest Life Saving Club, is popular with the locals who participate in a..North Coast NSW Information
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A few hours south from Sydney, you'll find a charming strip of unspoilt coastline offering pristine..Sydney Harbour Information
An essential Sydney experience.. Incorporating the harbour's islands and much of the Foreshore..Snowy Mountains Information
Australia's high country is home to spectacular peaks, clear mountain streams and a plethora of..Sydney Opera House Information
Take home more than just a photo; venture beneath the sails of Sydney Opera House for an..See all locations in New South Wales