Wowing visitors for millions of years, the Three Sisters have long been guaranteed crowd-pleasers in the Blue Mountains.
The NSW Southern Highlands has become a wine and food destination to rival the Blue Mountains and the Hunter Valley.
Visitors to the Snowies can choose from high wilderness adventures to gourmet dining.
The lobby, like the pool area, is a beguiling, atmospheric space with curved white slats that run across its ceiling and down the walls, much like an ice-cave.
Patisseries, bars, spas, art spaces and dining destinations are luring city slickers to Maitland and Lorn in the Hunter region.
A walk around this delightful National Trust-listed village is a walk into history.
The ride claims to be the fastest zip line in the world and my wobbly legs will attest to that.
Beaches, mountains, caves and rivers; this state has it all. From outback New South Wales to the bustling, bright capital, from the north coast to south coast; there is nothing that will disappoint. Hop on a train, go for a drive; no matter how you choose to see it, Australia's most populous state is a long-standing favourite among travellers local and abroad.