New South Wales North Coast
Stretching from the Hawkesbury River just north of Sydney to the northern border town of Tweed Heads which is considered the gateway to Queensland's world-famous Gold Coast, the New South Wales North Coast extends over 700 kilometres in length. With scenic coastal views, beautiful lakes and seaside towns and cities to explore, this remarkable coastline offers visitors a variety of wonderful attractions and activities. Visitors can look forward to sea kayaking in the clear, turquoise waters, learning about local history at an array of historic sites, surfing the magnificent waves at uncrowded beaches and spotting an abundance of wildlife. Other highlights include: parasailing, whale and dolphin spotting, quad biking over undulating dunes and golfing on championship courses. Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy a cruise on the sparkling Pacific Ocean.