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Places to stay in New South Wales

Sydney: Sydney’s city centre offers visitors a huge variety of attractions, including designer boutiques, fine restaurants, hip bars and lavish department stores. Clusters of modern office towers look down on the action and over Sydney’s historic precincts, such as The Rocks. The city centre has some of Australia’s best shopping arcades and malls. To find your way there, just look for Sydney Tower, with its 360-degree views stretching as far as the Blue Mountains on a clear day. Pitt Street Mall is a good spot to pause for some impromptu lunchtime entertainment

Port Macquarie: Amidst a stunning coastline of rocky headlands and neighbouring the banks of the Hastings River estuary is the vibrant and unspoilt town of Port Macquarie. Offering a distinctive mix of heritage buildings, modern hotels and apartments, diverse dining, shopping and entertainment venues, Port Macquarie has much to offer. Just 30 minutes south of Port Macquarie is Kendall and the villages and towns of the breathtaking Camden Haven with calm waterways, bountiful fishing and gorgeous national parks. Families, 4WD enthusiasts and fishermen especially enjoy the carefree village lifestyle of Camden Haven and families will love the choice of swimming spots from family friendly Pilot Beach to the crystal clear creek at Swans Crossing.

Dubbo: Sheep and cattle fill the country around Dubbo, and the town even has its own zoo. Western Plains Zoo is open-range and has animals from all over the world. The town itself also has a museum and old gaol worth visiting.

Coffs Harbour: Coffs Harbour is a coastal city located on the north coast of New South Wales about 540 km north of Sydney, 385 km north of Newcastle, and 440 km south of Brisbane. The region has a wintertime population of over 70,000 people that swells to 100,000 in the holiday seasons. Popular with people wanting to relocate from big cities to small towns on the coast or in rural areas. Coffs Harbour has the most livable climate in Australia, and it is nestled between a high mountain backdrop and dozens of "unspoiled" beaches. Coffs Harbour's economy is based mainly on farming (of bananas), tourism, and manufacturing

Broken Hill: Broken Hill is an isolated mining city in the far west of outback New South Wales. The world's largest mining company, BHP Billiton, has roots in the town.

Selected properties in New South Wales...

Todays featured Dorrigo, New South Wales Rental / Service Apartment:

Rose Cottage Dorrigo

 

Todays featured Dubbo, New South Wales Motel:

Dubbo Rsl Club Motel

 

Todays featured Parkes, New South Wales Hotel:

Commercial Hotel Parkes

 

Todays featured Tamworth, New South Wales Motel:

Tamworth Motor Inn

 

Todays featured Pokolbin, New South Wales Cottage / Cabin:

Hunter Hideaway Cottages

Cedar cottages, tastefully decorated, secluded amongst tall shady gum trees in natural bushland, providing peace and privacy in self-contained comfort. Peacefully nestled amongst tall shady gum trees, the cottages provide a private and secluded setting.

 

Todays featured Jindabyne, New South Wales Bed and Breakfast:

Mowamba River Lodge

 

Todays featured Lismore, New South Wales Motel:

Aza Motel

 

Todays featured Bathurst, New South Wales Bed and Breakfast:

Old School

 

Todays featured Deniliquin, New South Wales Campsite / RV Park:

Pioneer Tourist Park

 

Todays featured Queanbeyan, New South Wales Motel:

Mid City Motor Inn

 

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