Ready to plan your next adventure? Destination NSW has put together 213 epic activities to do before the end of 2020.
Staying in has been the order of the day for the past few months. But as much as we love cozy nights of track pants, takeout and Netflix, we’re ready for a change. That’s why we’re thrilled to see so many restaurants and bar reopening, and a whole bunch of exciting events happening this month in Sydney. And in more exciting news, Destination NSW has just revealed an epic list of 213 things to do across NSW before 2020 wraps up.
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As part of the states’ tourism recovery campaign Now’s Time To Love NSW, Destination NSW has rounded up an epic list of NSW travel adventures for Sydneysiders to explore. From staycation experiences to incredible towns and sights across the state, the list acts as an ultimate directory of post-iso adventures to tick off your bucket list.
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Covering 102 destinations, the 213 Ways To Reboot NSW In 2020 list is loaded with everything from luxe harbour trips to animal encounters, outdoor adventures, foodie escapes and so much more. Here are some of our favourite adventure ideas from the list below!
- For the boating enthusiast: take a sail on Sydney’s stunning harbour by hiring a yacht from EastSail. Make sure to swing by some of our city’s most beautiful beaches, only accessible by boat.
- For the animal lover: take a trip to Australia’s only Koala Hospital in Port Macquarie, the centre that treated many of the koalas injured during this summer’s devastating bushfire season.
- For the thrill-seeker: hit the slopes and tackle Australia’s longest ski run at Thredbo’s Crackenback Supertrail.
- For the foodies: sip Australia’s most awarded semillion at Tyrrell’s Winery in the Hunter Valley, renowned as Australia’s oldest wine region.
- For the creatives: watch the sunset at The Living Desert Sculptures in Broken Hill, an outdoor art collection of 12 sandstone sculptures created by artists from around the world.
Ready to plan your next adventure? Explore Destination NSW’s full list of NSW activities here.