Hotels in New South Wales
New South Wales is bordered by Queensland, Victoria and South Australia. From the cool climate of the southern coastal region, to the sub-tropical areas in the north, to the mountain ranges and plains to the west: New South Wales geography is vast and wide-ranging. Wherever you choose to visit, there will be activities, people, sights and hotels in New South Wales to make your trip memorable.
With so much coastline to enjoy, why not take some time out to visit to the beach. Hotels in New South Wales' beautiful Coffs Harbour include Novotel Coffs Harbour Pacific Bay Resort, where you can unwind in the relaxing day spa and utilise its excellent leisure facilities; or ibis budget Coffs Harbour, an affordable option located close to the area's famous attractions including the Big Banana.
Located just south of Sydney, Wollongong is a city that should not be overlooked. With its rich multicultural background, Wollongong offers visitors a wide range of museums, art galleries, music and festivals, and is brimming with restaurants and bars to suit all tastes. In the 'Gateway to the South' the Novotel Wollongong Northbeach hotel offers a superb beachfront location ideal for conferences, business and leisure.
New South Wales offers the wine connoisseur a tantalising choice of wineries and vineyards. Visit the Hunter Valley for one of the most picturesque wine regions in the state. The Grand Mercure Apartments are located within The Vintage resort and offer a stunning location to enjoy the surrounding vineyards. If you fancy a round of golf, the resort also features a Greg Norman-designed 18-hole championship golf course.
Whether it's mountains, beaches, plains or forest, New South Wales can offer you a trip you will never forget. Get around by car, train, coach, or if you are feeling adventurous, there is 2137km of coastline to sail along.