Thursday, 21 January 2016

Summer secrets of New South Wales

FOR holidaymakers looking to leave the hustle and bustle of the big, popular beaches and relax, have a quiet drink somewhere new, or go on a camping adventure, Destination #NewSouthWales suggests these options … 

Mackerel Beach, Sydney: On the western shores of Pittwater in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, Mackerel Beach is secluded, picturesque, and accessible only by boat from Palm Beach. The beach has several beachside properties available for weekend rentals.

Krinklewood Winery: In the Hunter Valley, this boutique cellar door and bio-dynamic winery is set among Provencal-style gardens overlooking the vineyards and olive trees off the main wine trail in the Hunter Valley. It’s a pleasant two-hour drive from Sydney.

Mystery Bay camping ground: Mystery Bay camp ground is one of the few natural camping areas remaining on the New South Wales coast. On the far south coast five-and-a-half hours from Sydney, the campsites are scattered throughout the native bush of spotted gums right by the beach. The area has fantastic beaches and rocky coves.

Wayward Brewing Company: Get lost on purpose and stroll down Gehrig Lane in Camperdown to get a cold craft beer at the newly-opened Wayward Brewery. Sit back on one of the 70's style couches under a beer keg lamp and settle in for an afternoon out of the sun in the brewer’s dimly-lit atmospheric warehouse space.

Nightcap National Park: Explore the ancient World Heritage-listed rainforest of the Nightcap National Park near Lismore in north-eastern New South Wales. The Protestor Falls track through the rainforest is an ideal short walk for nature lovers.

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Picture Credit: Minyon Falls & rhyolite by Poyt448 Peter Woodard - Own work. Licensed under CC0 via Wikimedia Commons

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