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Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

5 out of 5
199 George St., Sydney, NSW
Free cancellation
The price is AU$246 per night from 20 Dec. to 21 Dec.

With a stay at Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, you'll be centrally located in Sydney, steps from Circular Quay and Museum of Contemporary Art.

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney

Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney

5 out of 5
176 Cumberland Street, The Rocks, NSW
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$260 per night from 14 Dec. to 15 Dec.

With a stay at Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney in Sydney (Sydney Central Business District), you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Museum of Contemporary Art and Circular ...

Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney
Rydges Sydney Harbour

Rydges Sydney Harbour

4 out of 5
55 George Street, The Rocks, NSW
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$163 per night from 29 Nov. to 30 Nov.

A stay at Rydges Sydney Harbour places you in the heart of Sydney, steps from Circular Quay and Overseas Passenger Terminal.

Rydges Sydney Harbour

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Rydges Newcastle

Rydges Newcastle

4.5 out of 5
Wharf Rd & Merewether St, Newcastle, NSW
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$220 per night from 29 Nov. to 30 Nov.

With a stay at Rydges Newcastle, you'll be centrally located in Newcastle, within a 5-minute drive of Newcastle Beach and Foreshore Footpath.

Rydges Newcastle
The Star Grand Hotel and Residences Sydney

The Star Grand Hotel and Residences Sydney

5 out of 5
80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont, NSW
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$219 per night from 29 Nov. to 30 Nov.

With a stay at The Star Grand Hotel and Residences Sydney, you'll be centrally located in Sydney, steps from Star Casino and 14 minutes by foot from International ...

The Star Grand Hotel and Residences Sydney
Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour

Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour

5 out of 5
12 Darling Drive, Sydney, NSW
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$289 per night from 29 Nov. to 30 Nov.

With a stay at Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour, you'll be centrally located in Sydney, just a 5-minute walk from Australian National Maritime Museum and 6 minutes ...

Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour
Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort

Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort

4 out of 5
15 Thompsons Road, Pokolbin, NSW
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$269 per night from 1 Dec. to 2 Dec.

Located in Pokolbin, Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort is in a rural location, within a 15-minute walk of Cypress Lakes Golf and Country Club and Brokenwood Wines.

Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort
QT Sydney

QT Sydney

5 out of 5
49 Market Street, Sydney, NSW
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$220 per night from 6 Dec. to 7 Dec.

A stay at QT Sydney places you in the heart of Sydney, steps from Sydney Tower and Queen Victoria Building.

QT Sydney
Sir Stamford At Circular Quay

Sir Stamford At Circular Quay

5 out of 5
93 Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$194 per night from 29 Nov. to 30 Nov.

With a stay at Sir Stamford At Circular Quay, you'll be centrally located in Sydney, steps from Circular Quay and 6 minutes by foot from Sydney Opera House.

Sir Stamford At Circular Quay
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Accommodation In New South Wales

In the south eastern part of Australia, New South Wales is a massive state, and one that is simply bursting with fantastic regions to visit. Home to the popular city of Sydney, New South Wales attracts many visitors throughout the year. Although Sydney is a fabulously exciting and interesting city, there is so much more to New South Wales than just this one city … we have some great NSW accommodation all across the state so discover the numerous other great things to see and do. Varied landscapes can be found across NSW, including stunning beaches, dense rainforest, rugged bush, towering mountains and rolling plains.

History New South Wales was the main area of the first British colony within Australia and so as such It’s brimming with historical and cultural sites. NSW is also home to the oldest city in the whole of Australia – Sydney. Before European settlers arrived there were many different Aboriginal tribes across the state, and many have left their mark so there are heaps of Aboriginal carvings and caves where you can see spectacular Aboriginal artwork.

Things to do

Spend time getting to know the friendly state capital of Sydney, seeing the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House, relaxing on surfing on the many beautiful fine white sandy beaches, and discovering the city’s many other charms. Enjoy wine tasting and glorious scenery in the Hunter Region and Mudgee, hike in the remote wilderness of the breathtaking Blue Mountains, and combine bush and coast on the South Coast and North Coast. Journey into the Outback and see a completely different way of life in the small mining communities like Broken Hill or the gold rush towns of Bathurst and enjoy adventurous days seeing a host of native flora and fauna with few other souls in sight. Get high – literally – in the Snowy Mountains and be closer to nature in the Northern Rivers’ area and Southern Highlands. Beach bums will love the Central Coast, Shoalhaven, and the gorgeous South Coast. New England offers lots of fun and adventures and Lord Howe Island, which is about 550 kilometres away from the mainland, is also very popular.

Shopping and dining

NSW boasts some terrific shopping spots, especially in the major cities and towns. Unless you venture into the heart of the Outback, you will never be too far away from shops selling the basics. The state is known for its great food, with a combination of top class restaurants, which are of special note in Milford and Orange along with charming country pubs which you’ll enjoy everywhere Foodies should try and plan a visit to Riverina, the state’s food bowl, where you can dine on the freshest and most delicious cuisine.

Getting here and around

There are several airports across the state, making getting to where you want to be a breeze. Check out our flights to Sydney, flights to Newcastle, flights to Albury, flights to Ballina, flights to Tamworth, flights to Coffs Harbour, flights to Port Macquarie, and flights to Broken Hill. When you know where you want to fly to, take a look at our excellent NSW hotels – perhaps consider renting a car and booking a few different places so you can move around and live every lastminute in New South Wales.

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Accommodation In New South Wales

In the south eastern part of Australia, New South Wales is a massive state, and one that is simply bursting with fantastic regions to visit. Home to the popular city of Sydney, New South Wales attracts many visitors throughout the year. Although Sydney is a fabulously exciting and interesting city, there is so much more to New South Wales than just this one city … we have some great NSW accommodation all across the state so discover the numerous other great things to see and do. Varied landscapes can be found across NSW, including stunning beaches, dense rainforest, rugged bush, towering mountains and rolling plains.

History New South Wales was the main area of the first British colony within Australia and so as such It’s brimming with historical and cultural sites. NSW is also home to the oldest city in the whole of Australia – Sydney. Before European settlers arrived there were many different Aboriginal tribes across the state, and many have left their mark so there are heaps of Aboriginal carvings and caves where you can see spectacular Aboriginal artwork.

Things to do

Spend time getting to know the friendly state capital of Sydney, seeing the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House, relaxing on surfing on the many beautiful fine white sandy beaches, and discovering the city’s many other charms. Enjoy wine tasting and glorious scenery in the Hunter Region and Mudgee, hike in the remote wilderness of the breathtaking Blue Mountains, and combine bush and coast on the South Coast and North Coast. Journey into the Outback and see a completely different way of life in the small mining communities like Broken Hill or the gold rush towns of Bathurst and enjoy adventurous days seeing a host of native flora and fauna with few other souls in sight. Get high – literally – in the Snowy Mountains and be closer to nature in the Northern Rivers’ area and Southern Highlands. Beach bums will love the Central Coast, Shoalhaven, and the gorgeous South Coast. New England offers lots of fun and adventures and Lord Howe Island, which is about 550 kilometres away from the mainland, is also very popular.

Shopping and dining

NSW boasts some terrific shopping spots, especially in the major cities and towns. Unless you venture into the heart of the Outback, you will never be too far away from shops selling the basics. The state is known for its great food, with a combination of top class restaurants, which are of special note in Milford and Orange along with charming country pubs which you’ll enjoy everywhere Foodies should try and plan a visit to Riverina, the state’s food bowl, where you can dine on the freshest and most delicious cuisine.

Getting here and around

There are several airports across the state, making getting to where you want to be a breeze. Check out our flights to Sydney, flights to Newcastle, flights to Albury, flights to Ballina, flights to Tamworth, flights to Coffs Harbour, flights to Port Macquarie, and flights to Broken Hill. When you know where you want to fly to, take a look at our excellent NSW hotels – perhaps consider renting a car and booking a few different places so you can move around and live every lastminute in New South Wales.

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