Places to Visit in Australia by state (Desktop Site):
Here are 3 of the most popular places, yet still beautiful, to visit in New South Wales (NSW) after of course, Sydney. Within these regions are also many hidden treasures to explore off the main beaten tracks.
Offering Sydney’s most spectacular views and great walks in the valleys, mountains and bush. The many small villages and towns here have great restaurants, Australian heritage, birdlife and outdoor adventure: Blue Mountains, NSW.
North Coast NSW - Travelling north of Sydney Australia. Choice Australian getaway from Sydney. Beautiful beaches, sleepy fishing villages on the East Coast of NSW. Things to do and places of interest: North Coast NSW Getaway.
Gold Coast QueenslandThe Gold Coast Surfers Paradise is very popular for its celebrated Queensland beach lifestyle the year round and great nightlife. With lots of attractions, activities and things to do.
The beautiful town of Mackay Queensland, surrounded by cane fields, has beautiful beaches and national parks with abundant wildlife, including kangaroos, wallabies and bush turkeys. See more about Mackay QLD.
Goldfields Victoria - Explore the historic gold towns, take a chance at discovering gold, enjoy great cuisine and see where the armed 1854 Australian Eureka rebellion took place: The Victoria Goldfields.
Victoria High Country: This beautiful Alpine Region of Victoria has dramatic escarpments, stunning views, snow fields in winter and wonderful heritage to explore. See more on the High Country of Victoria.
The Barossa Valley in South Australia offers great wining and dining! Only an hour drive north east from Adelaide, one could easily spend a number of days exploring what Barossa Valley has to offer. See more about the Barossa Valley SA.
The Limestone Coast offers much to the visitor, great wines are grown here and the many white sandy beaches, coastal scenery of cliffs and numerous sheltered bays are delightful. See more about the Limestone Coast South Australia.
Where sheer cliffs meet the ocean! But a lot more as the Yorke Peninsula is also a place to explore Australia’s Mining Boom and Bust history, deep sea fishing, and white swimming and surfing sandy beaches tucked away amongst the cliffs. More about Yorke Peninsula South Australia.