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Jetty Beach, Coffs Harbour


Beaches and beyond in Sydney and NSW


From spectacular surf breaks to idyllic white sands, Sydney and New South Wales offer customers the chance to embrace the ocean and its incredible wildlife


Think of an iconic Australian image and beaches and oceans spring to mind – and there’s no better place to experience them than in Sydney and New South Wales (NSW). There are few cities in the world which are


so synonymous with the sea than Sydney, with its world-famous beaches and the beautiful Sydney Harbour. Boasting an incredible 2,137km of coastline,


NSW offers a host of iconic coastal experiences, from surf lessons to sailing on the Pacific Ocean. The Legendary Pacific Coast route between


Sydney and Byron Bay winds its way through 48 national parks and 12 state forests, giving customers the opportunity to discover uncrowded beaches and rainforests along the way. On the South Coast, a rugged coastline


produces some of Australia’s best surf beaches and breaks, such as The Pass, in Byron Bay. And of course, no visit is complete without discovering the pure white sands of Jervis Bay.


LOCAL LIVING Wherever your customers travel along NSW North Coast, South Coast and Central Coast, they will be sure to find captivating cities, towns and villages – and plenty of places to stay in style.


On the South Coast, they can explore


seaside towns and villages and get a taste of local NSW life. Or heading north from Sydney, they can


check out NSW’s second largest city, Newcastle, before moving on to Port Stephens and Coffs


Whale Watching and Dolphin Cruises, Jervis Bay


Kayaking, Jervis Bay


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