A “largest of its kind” since 1935, Merewether Baths is a great swimming and photographic location just outside Newcastle. Numbered diving blocks installed on the both sides make this ocean pool unique comparing to a hundred of others along the coast.
Turimetta is a relatively small, 350m long beach, located in the Sydney’s Northern Beaches district, just next to the Narrabeen beach. Two access trails start at the Narrabeen Park Pde and Peal Pl.
Mystery Bay is a small town and a beautiful rocky bay located 15 kilometers south of Narooma on the New South Wales far south coast. It takes about 5 hours to get there from Sydney.
The Broken Hill Sculpture Park is one of the main tourist attractions and icons of the Australian outback. Sculptures are located on the top of the Sundown Hill 10 kilometers North from the town centre on the territory of the Living Desert Sanctuary. Read more…
The New Cobar Open Cut Gold Mine is in a few kilometres from a small mining town – Cobar, NSW. Take a sealed Kidman Way road (left turn off the Barrier Highway if you drive from Sydney) and follow directions to the Fort Bourke Hill Lookout. There will be a left turn onto unsealed road which heads towards the water tank and radio tower.
Very well known to everybody, Katoomba is one of the major tourist attractions in the Blue Mountains and Sydney area. Mountains, cliffs, lookouts, waterfalls, skyways and tourist trails – all of these are located just next to each other and suitable for all kinds of visitors. As all of this is well described in travel guides and photographed millions of times, everybody would think that nothing can surprise in that area.
Marked only on topographic maps – Palona Cave is located in the middle of the Royal National Park – the first Australian National Park established in 1879.
Primarily, this park is famous by its coastal views, Australian bush, rainforests, and activities available for Sydney locals and turists – bushwalks, bike riding, camping, kayaking and etc.
Bald Rock National Park is located in the New South Wales Northern Tablelands next to the Queensland border, approximately 750 km from Sydney and 250 km from Brisbane. Park entrance is in 30 kilometres north-east of Tenterfield, follow Mount Lindesay Road to get to the car park and camping area. Read more…
Mt Mackenzie Drive is one of the main tourist attractions of Tenterfield district, small town next to the New South Wales and Queensland border located in the Northern Tablelands.
Tenterfield is a small town 700 kilometres north from Sydney and 270 kilometres south from Brisbane located in the northern part of the New England Tablelands next to the NSW/QLD border. It was established in 1830 when the first white settlers arrived to this area.