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New South Wales accommodation

New South Wales spans Australia's expansive southeastern corner, encompassing coastline, mountain scenery, major cities, small towns and everything in between. If you're seeking New South Wales hotels, you're planning a holiday in one of Oz's most traversed and popular regions.

Whether you hope to hit the town in Sydney, lie on the beach in the South Coast, climb the Blue Mountains or ski the Snowies, you're sure to enjoy your holiday in NSW. See it all from the comfort of top-notch New South Wales accommodation.


The first item on our list - to no one's surprise - is Sydney, Australia's most populous and cosmopolitan city. With a population of about 4.5 million, Sydney is home to some of the nation's finest restaurants, best nightlife, most important cultural attractions and most well-known beaches. Head to the waterfront to take in the famous Sydney Opera House, or gaze out over the town from the heights of the Sydney Sky Tower. For a more authentic experience, explore the city's many diverse neighbourhoods.

Blue Mountains

Located just a 90-minute drive from Sydney, New South Wales accommodation in the Blue Mountains are bound to be a convenient way to discover Australia's natural landscape. Thanks to their proximity to the big city, the Blue Mountains are one of the most popular natural attractions Down Under. Discover beautiful scenery at destinations such as Echo Point, Govetts Leap and Wentworth Falls.

South Coast

NSW's South Coast boasts beach access, a laid-back attitude and character to boot. The entire region comes alive during the summer with holidaying travellers looking to fish, kayak, dive and boat along the region's coastline.

Snowy Mountains

Scale Mount Kosciuszko (or just take the chairlift) to enjoy panoramic views from the top of Australia's highest peak. Mount Kosciuszko National Park is just one of the areas in which you can enjoy stunning views and challenging hikes. New South Wales hotels in the Snowies are perfect for skiers and snowboarders during the winter, and hikers and spa-goers during the summer.

Outback NSW

The states outback areas are just as impressive as its more oft-travelled regions. NSW is home to numerous conservation areas, including Stuart, Gundabooka, Culgoa, Broken Hill and Mungo national parks. From sand dunes to wetlands to ancient rock art, there's plenty to see in the outback.

New South Wales hotels

The entire state of New South Wales is dotted with star-rated hotels and resorts just waiting to be enjoyed. If you're staying in Sydney, consider the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour, Harbour Rocks Hotel Sydney or Pullman Sydney Hyde Park.

Headed to Hunter Valley? You have plenty of options as well. Try the Mercure Hunter Valley Resort, Grand Mercure the Vintage, the Sebel Kirkton Park Hunter Valley or Mercure Maitland.

Because it is such a top destination for Australian tourism, NSW offers a plethora of options across all of its regions. You can also find top-notch resorts in Wagga Wagga, Wollongong, Jindabyne, Port Macquarie and Newcastle.