Holiday Tours showcasing New South Wales
Travel to Cameron Corner where three states meet – Queensland, South Australia and New South Wales. Follow the lead of great explorers as you travel this outback area. See the Dog Fence, Sturt's campsite outside Tibooburra, and visit Thargomindah, Cunnamulla and St George.
It’s time for a country camping experience – embrace the atmosphere of the Millmerran Camp Oven Festival, with a damper throwing competition, billy boiling competition, horses being shod, sheep shearing and country music. Along the way, admire the industry, produce and folklore of the country on this enjoyable eight day coach tour.
From the picturesque Manning River to the crystal clear waters of Forster Tuncurry, you will be recharged by the opportunity to relax and visit the local attractions, including the National Motorcycle Museum, Mondrook Gardens, Bago Winery and the impressive Slim Dusty Centre in Kempsey.
Every year thousands of people head to Griffith to view and admire the more than 50 larger than life citrus sculptures, created using more than 100,000 oranges, a dedicated project manager and an army of volunteers! At the same time, the Griffith Spring Fest shows off horticulture on varying scales and will provide inspiration to all gardeners.
A world of discovery awaits as you travel to Coonabarabran, the closest gateway to the majestic Warrumbungles National Park and also known as the Astronomy Capital of Australia. With clean crisp country air, delight in visits to Goondiwindi, Pilliga Pottery, Crystal Kingdom and Siding Springs Observatory.
Each year, eight gardens around Berry and the surrounding New South Wales South Coast region are selected for their design, plant varieties and creativity. From vast rural landscapes to small cottage gardens in the town, you will enjoy these award winning gardens.
The world-renowned Jacaranda Festival is the oldest folk festival in Australia. Held at Grafton in the beautiful Northern Rivers it celebrates the Jacaranda which was first introduced to the city by Henry Volkers. Explore the rich cedar and agriculture country of Lismore and Northern Rivers, including Casino, Ballina and Port Macquarie.
The Lions Road is unique as a privately built road that traverses the State Border through picturesque Richmond Gap. View the engineering marvel of the Border Loop, visit the car boot markets in Lismore, Summerland House Farm in Alstonville, Cape Byron Lighthouse and Ballina Manor.
Experience the views from Echo Point across to the Three Sisters, visit Scenic World with access to the Skyway, Cableway, Walkway and Railway and take a guided tour of Jenolan Caves. We will also enjoy a traditional Christmas dinner in Caves House and a nostalgic High Tea at Carrington Hotel.
Escape to Batemans Bay for six days of touring through scenic New South Wales countryside which takes in highlights such as the Kangaroo Valley and Shoalhaven River and visit the famous Kiama Blowhole. Highlights include Birdland Animal Park, cruise on the Clyde River, Foxglove Spires Gardens and the ABC Cheese factory just to name a few.
Young, known as the Cherry Capital of Australia, is the place to find the ultimate cherry pie, cherry jam, cherries and ice cream during the National Cherry Festival. Staying in nearby Cootamundra for three nights, pick and buy your own choice cherries, enjoy the annual parade, fudge factory, visit Bradman's Cottage and the Japanese and Chinese Gardens.
Don’t miss Australia’s largest music festival, the 47th Tamworth Country Music Festival. This year the highlight of our tour is sure to be the Cavalcade as we watch the parade of music stars and groups in their procession along Peel Street. The whole of Tamworth comes alive at festival time, with buskers, open air concerts and air conditioned venues cross town. So plan your trip to mark off your ‘must see’ performers or unearth someone new.
With such a rich history to explore, this specially planned tour travelling through New South Wales will give you ample opportunity to learn about and appreciate all things rail - the engineering marvels, the tenacity of early pioneers and the sheer romance of rail travel.
Escape to the picturesque Manning Valley, where coastline and countryside connect to create the ideal location for relaxation and a journey back in time to when early settlers built thriving riverside towns. Enjoy the traditional Tinonee Teahouse and the historical sites of Wingham. Unwind on board the Island Explorer for a luncheon cruise of the Manning River.
Along the south coast of New South Wales, to the border of Victoria, lies the pristine Sapphire Coast region, boasting untouched beaches, abundant natural beauty and marine wildlife. The idyllic and sheltered location of Merimbula is our setting for three nights, allowing time for relaxing and exploring the surrounding regions, from the famous dairy region of Bega to the spectacular Twofold Bay in Eden. Returning home through Victoria's scenic Gippsland Region.
Autumn colours of New England are on vibrant display and this tour will show you some of the highlights of beautiful Armidale and the surrounding region. From historic homesteads to the Waterfall Way, Celtic Standing Stones and the Rail Museum in Guyra, relax and enjoy the heritage of this area.
Join us as we travel to Bundanoon, where the town becomes Brigadoon for a day! This premier Scottish Gathering is a one day event which offers a day full of fun and festivities to witness or partake in distinctly Scottish performances, including some traditional and not so traditional games.
Explore the Riverina region of New South Wales – its heritage buildings, beautiful parks and gardens, the magnificent Murrumbidgee River and the abundance of delightful food, wine and agricultural experiences on offer. Tour Wagga Wagga and become familiar with its famous icons, from sportspeople to wine, RAAF pilots to beautiful floral displays. Discover delightful Junee, including its Roundhouse Museum and Liquorice and Chocolate Factory.
Just north of Sydney, the tranquil Hawkesbury River takes a picturesque path past honeycomb coloured cliffs, historic towns, islands, inlets, bushlands and national parks including Ku-ring-gai Chase. Take the time to unwind with cruises on the waterway and tours of the surrounding region, with highlights including Tobruk Sheep Station and the Seven Islands Cruise from Brooklyn.
Celebrate Christmas on an All Australian Journeys holiday