Recreation in New South Wales

If you live in New South Wales or are there on a holiday, this page has been created to give you some options for the best Recreation!

This can be with the family, with friends or by yourself.

It could be where to find the the best fishing spots, hiking trails, swimming holes, trail rides and everything in-between.

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Kosciuszko National Park

Snow is not the first thing most think of when coming to Australia, however NSW is home to one of the countries only Ski ranges. All just 3 hours’ drive from Sydney, through the months of June, July and early August, you can get yourself some powder to throw yourself down. There are a range of slopes to choose from and lots of resorts that provide all the equipment you need.
Here in the summer months when perhaps the snow is lacking? Well, how about climb a mountain? Get yourself to Thredbo where you can don a chair lift which rise up over 560 vertical meters, towards Mt Kosciuszko summit, once you disembark you can either admire the view and enjoy some lunch at Eagles Nest, Australian highest restaurant or for the most adventurous you can follow the 13k return walking path talking you all the way to the submit.

Michelle B

Blue Mountains

Outside of Sydney centre this natural wonder if probably NSW most famous attraction. This area of inner NSW is easy to reach in only 1 hour by car and is a World Heritage listed National Park. The area is home to a multitude of walking tracks leading to endless displays of natural beauty and some of the most luscious waterfalls. Being this beautiful and easy to get to expect crowds especially on public holidays.

Michelle B

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Looking for a more exciting way to explore the area then check out Scenic World, where there a range of mini rides and most importantly a cable car that takes you across a cavern and gives some of the most amazing views. Also check out the wealth of tours and adventure activities from kayaking, abseiling and swimming available in the area.

Mt Kosciuszko, Thredbo with Rob

The highest mountain peak in Australia – 2228 m

Hiking in the Blue Mountains