New South Wales es un estado de Australia que ofrece a los turistas una amplia variedad de experiencias únicas. Ubicado en la costa este de Australia, New South Wales es hogar de la famosa ciudad de Sídney, así como de la famosa región vinícola de Hunter Valley.
Los visitantes pueden disfrutar de la vida urbana moderna de Sídney, con sus famosos edificios, playas, restaurantes y museos. Los turistas también pueden disfrutar de la belleza natural de New South Wales, con sus parques nacionales, montañas, lagos y playas.
Además de la belleza natural y el ambiente urbano, New South Wales ofrece una variedad de actividades al aire libre, desde senderismo y ciclismo hasta deportes acuáticos. Los visitantes también pueden disfrutar de los festivales, eventos y actividades culturales que se llevan a cabo en todo el estado.
En resumen, New South Wales es un destino ideal para los turistas que buscan una amplia variedad de experiencias únicas. Desde la vida urbana moderna de Sídney hasta la belleza natural y las actividades al aire libre, New South Wales ofrece algo para todos.
As the name might suggest, this is a recreational reserve that is popular during the warmer seasons. The "beach" is made entirely from river stones, but you take what you can get. . . The ground is well-grassed, although sometimes boggy.
Large open campground surrounded by native bush, by the Wolgan River. This is a great family campground (and is quite popular with them at times). The camping area is very open and grassy, so makes a great spots for the kids to play.
A great, large campground, suitable for caravans in Vittoria State Forest, west of Bathurst NSW. This is a large grassy campground with scattered Blakely's Red Gums, Stringy Barks and Apple Box trees for shade. There are walking trails and a lookout with excellent views of the MacQuarie Valley.
Peaceful camping spot$10 per night. Pets allowed. Toilet facilities only. No booking required. Community run facility run by volunteersAccessThis site is accessable by caravans in good weather.Getting thereGetting there
Blue Mountains National Park
Among low bush and scribbly gums, this is a very attractive campsite close enough to Sydney for a quick nature fix. The camp sites are fairly level and mostly grass. There is a fire pit and picnic table at each campsite.
This is a huge, grassy campground on the edge of the Kangaroo River, near Kangaroo Valley. This is an extremely popular campground during peak periods however they have a second site (normally behind a locked gate) that they open up during holidays and long weekends.
A very large donation-fee showground campground, with Murrumbidgee fishing opportunities on one side, and a rest area at the other. The more peaceful campsites are on the far side of the sportsfield besides the river, away from the constant traffic to the rest area.
Camping on the edge of Lake Lyell, suitable for caravans and with powered sites. This is a large grassy area with campsites available on the waters edge. There is a good quality boat ramp, and a jetty which makes launching and loading the family easier.
Informal area, suitable for short stays only. The only facilities available are toilets, and as this is not an official campground, the area is sometimes used for weddings and events. For longer stays, you would be better at one of the other nearby official campgrounds.
This camping area is in the Eurobodalla National Park not far from Moruya on the shore of the shallow Lake Brou. A short walk brings you out onto the un-patrolled beach - for fishing, swimming and boarding. Lots of walks around the area through the bush or along the beach. No fires are permitted.
A very pleasant riverside camp ground situated on a river flat below the Jingellic Bridge hotel. Mown grass, Flush WCs, good shade and with steps up to the local pub. A park-like atmosphere with exotics providing shade over mown grass, graveled access road. Attractive outlook over the river.
A free council-provided campground/caravan park that is extremely popular with the Grey Nomads, not in the least because of the free hot showers.
Previously Berry Jerry State Forest, now part of Murrumbidgee Valley National Park. Camping no longer encouraged. Bush camping on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, with no facilities.
Dispersed camping on broad beaches by the Murray River, surrounded by flood plain forest - River Red Gums, billabongs and swamps. Prolific bird life. Distant, background highway noise. Forges No 1 Beach is broad and large, partially grassed with WC, but open with little shade.
Dispersed bush camping alongside a creek, with free gold. Ophir was a Gold Rush settlement, and a pan can bring back a bit of colour from the Lewis Ponds and Summer Creek. Great fun for the kids. There are quite a few spots to camp, some only accessable by 4wd.
An open grassed area beside the Tumbarumbaâ€“Tooma Rd, 18 km south of Tumbarumba. You can swim and fish here; and in the area mountain bike and bushwalk. Bring your own firewood. When reviewed (Jan 2015), it was packed with all types of vehicles, so it is popular.
Large grassy campground, suitable for caravans on the shore of Blowering DamThis is avery large campground and is very popular. There are no designated sites, just lots of open grassy areas and a few scattered trees for shade.
Near the historic town of Hill End, this is a well provisioned campground suitable for families and caravans. There are a variety of sites, some powered and most suitable for caravans.
CLOSED - unfortunately it appears camping is no longer permitted here as no camping signs have been put up (see comments at bottom of page). A delightful natural camping area on low sand hills above the pebbly Shoalhaven River.
Large shady river flats on the Swampy Plains River. Camping area stretches from the Alpine Way down and across the river for a couple of km. Excellent facilities- composting toilets, wheelchair friendly. Magnificent views of the main range. Lots of kangaroos, possums and bird life.