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New South Wales

 


 

 


 

New South Wales (navnet forkortes NSW) er den eldste og mest folkerike delstaten i Australia. NSW ligger sør-øst i landet, nord for Victoria, sør for Queensland og øst for South Australia. New South Wales ble grunnlagt så tidlig som i 1788 og omfattet da mesteparten av det australske fastlandet, Lord Howe-øya og Norfolkøya. I en periode på 1800-tallet ble store deler av område skilt ut, og dannet som kolonien Tasmania. Ved opprettelsen av Australia i 1901 ble det bestemt at den nye hovedstaden for Australia skulle ligge i New South Wales, men ikke nærmere enn hundre 100 miles (ca.160 km) fra Sydney. I 1911 avstod New South Wales området hvor byen skulle bygges og territoriet Australian Capital Territory ble opprettet.

New South Wales har uendelige uberørte strender, fantastisk natur skatter og en av verdens mest berømte og spennende byer. Her kan du klatre på Sydney Harbour Bridge eller ta fergen forbi Operahuset til Manly. Du kan ta en dagstur til Hunter Valley vingårder eller romantiske Blue Mountains. Passer ikk noe av dette kan du slappe av på stranden i Byron Bay og se delfiner spille i klart vann i Jervis Bay, ta en sykkeltur, dykke på Lord Howe Island eller besøke verdens eldste seremoniell begravelse området på Mungo nasjonalpark. Muligheten er også tilstede for rideturer, fotturer eller en skitur i snødekket fjell. (Australias høyeste fjell Mount Kosciuszko (2228 moh.) ligger i New South Wales).

Uansett hva du gjør i New South Wales vil det være en investering av tid som du definitivt ikke vil angre på.

New South Wales er et helårig reisemål. Den beste tid til å besøke kan tilpasses de aktivitetene du har planlagt. Du kan benytte ski og snowboard i høy alpin landet fra juni til september, mens november til mars er best for en strand ferie.

New South Wales har et mildt klima med varme varme somre og kalde vintre. Det er varmest i statens nord-vestre del, mens kulden er i de snøhvite fjellene.

 

Du kan også lese her hva som skrives på Wikipedia om alle byene i New South Wales:

 

Sydney / Albury /Armidale / Bathurst / Broken Hill / Cessnock / Coffs Harbour / Dubbo

Gosford / Goulburn / Grafton / Griffith / Lake Macquarie / Lismore / Maitland / Newcastle

Nowra / Orange / Port Macquarie / Quenbeyan / Tamworth / Tweed Heads

Wagga Wagga / Wollongong / Wyong

 

 

New South Wales (Engelsk info.)

 

New South Wales has endless unspoilt beaches, breathtaking natural treasures and one of the world’s most famous and vibrant cities. Climb Sydney Harbour Bridge or take the ferry past the Opera House to Manly. Do a day trip to the Hunter Valley vineyards or the romantic Blue Mountains. Restore your zen on the beach in Byron Bay and see dolphins play in the clear waters of Jervis Bay. Bike ride and dive on Lord Howe Island and visit the world’s oldest ceremonial burial site at Mungo National Park. Horse ride, hike or hit the snowfields in the Snowy Mountains or head west for Tamworth’s country music and Moree’s natural artesian spas. Whatever you do in New South Wales will be an investment of time you definitely won’t regret.


 

 

Sydney

Opera House, Sydney, NSW

Opera House, Sydney

Soak up the city’s gorgeous harbour, seductive outdoor lifestyle and great natural beauty. Kayak under the Sydney Harbour Bridge or wave at the Opera House as you ride a ferry across the harbour to Manly. Learn to surf at Bondi Beach or swim in the calm waters of Coogee. Lose yourself in the cobblestone cul-de-sacs of The Rocks or in the markets, boutiques, cafes and pubs of Paddington. 

As well as a world-famous harbour and more than 70 sparkling beaches, Sydney offers fabulous food, festivals and 24-7 fun. You’ll soon agree there’s no place in the world like Sydney.


 

Sydney surrounds

Avalon, NSW

Avalon

Listen to jazz amongst the vines in the Hunter Valley, bush walk in the Blue Mountains or float down the Hawkesbury River on a houseboat. Watch dolphins from Port Stephens and Forster and lose yourself in the World Heritage-listed wilderness of Barrington Tops. Escape to the hills, forests, valleys and heritage villages of the Southern Highlands. 

Surf on the Central Coast or on the South Coast, where you can also see Kiama’s famous blowhole. These mountains, rivers, beaches, parks and rich tablelands are just a short drive from Sydney’s fringes.


 

 

 

 

 

North Coast

Nelson Bay, NSW

Nelson Bay

Hang-glide and spot humpback whales in the new-age beach paradise of Byron Bay. See the Big Prawn in the bustling holiday town of Ballina and scuba dive off the Coffs Coast. In the Tweed Valley, you can fish the Tweed River and see the southern hemisphere’s biggest eroded volcanic crater. 

On the rainforest-fringed North Coast, classic Aussie surf culture mingles with World Heritage-listed national parks, hinterland villages and great food and wine.

 


 

South Coast

Shoalhaven, South Coast, NSW

Shoalhaven

Walk pearly white beaches and see dolphins frolic in sparkling water in Jervis Bay. Meet grey kangaroos and cruise the pristine Clyde River in Batemans Bay. Try award-winning cheeses at Bega and watch whales in Eden on the Sapphire Coast, near the Victorian border. The South Coast has 30 national parks, marine parks and reserves, as well as gorgeous beaches and rich Aboriginal history for you to explore.


 

Lord Howe Island

Lord Howe Island, NSW

Lord Howe Island

Trek to the top of Mount Gower and bushwalk through native forests and over white sand beaches. Snorkel and dive in protected, temperate waters on the world’s southernmost coral reef. You’ll find more than 50 sites teeming with fish, colourful coral and green turtles. On World Heritage-listed Lord Howe Island, bicycles are the best way to get around and there’s no mobile phone reception. Even better, its unspoilt beauty is less than two hours’ flight from Sydney.


 

Outback

Silverton, NSW

Silverton

Visit the world’s oldest ceremonial burial site at Mungo National Park in the Willandra Lakes World Heritage Area. Stay underground in the quirky opal mining town of White Cliffs or see where exquisite black opal is mined and meet eccentric locals in Lightning Ridge.

 

Discover distinctive light, desert landscapes and an oasis of lakes around Broken Hill, the former mining town known as Silver City. Don’t miss the characters, history and horizons of the New South Wales outback.


 

Snowy Mountains

Snowy Mountains, NSW

Snowy Mountains

Hit Australia’s highest ski slopes at Charlotte Pass and climb Mt Kosciuszko, Australia’s tallest peak. At the top you’ll find a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve with 20 species of plants found nowhere else in the world. In winter, carve up the snow at fields such as Thredbo and Perisher Blue. In summer, take in the trout-filled streams and wildflower-coated plains going cycling,

caving, rafting, kayaking, four wheel driving, horse riding and hiking. Whatever the season, the Snowy Mountains has endless opportunities for outdoor adventure.


 

Heart of country

Murray River, NSW

Murray River

South of the Queensland border you’ll find Australia’s country music capital of Tamworth and Moree’s natural artesian spas. See the volcanic spires of Warrumbungle National Park and the World Heritage-listed national parks of Glen Innes. West to the outback, climb the red dunes of the prehistoric Perry Sandhills and explore the wineries and citrus orchards of Griffith.

 To the south, chug down the Murray River in a paddlesteamer from twin towns on the Victorian border - Echuca-Moama and Albury-Wodonga. Drive the Poacher’s Trail through the Yass Valley and check out captivating art galleries in Wagga Wagga.

 


 



 




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