If you are heading to Australia to explore, it is highly likely you will first land in New South Wales and in particular Australia's biggest city – Sydney. It may be that you’ll end up spending a few days even a couple of weeks exploring here. Fortunately Sydney has loads to offer the inquisitive traveller - from an incredible range of day trips to more local sightseeing options!
New South Wales encompasses the the capital city of Sydney, home to iconic structures such as the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, to the famous surf beaches north of Sydney towards Byron Bay.
Byron Bay is a bustling little town with an an alternative laid back artsy vibe of its own, a sort of luxury hippy surfing spot. Scare yourself with one of the best skydiving experiences on the planet or get amongst the resident dolphins with a kayaking excursion.
If travelling from Sydney to Byron Bay and Brisbane explore our surfing trips or longer tours all the way to Cairns, taking in the real Aussie East Coast experience of sun, surf and sand.
Sydney also boasts an extensive and varied range of day trips such as exploring the natural wonders of the Blue Mountains, enjoying the coastline and the marine wild life up to Port Stephens or down South to Jervoise Bay. Grab a handful of friends and relax while wine tasting in the Hunter Valley, being ported from vineyard to vineyard by experienced and knowledgeable guides, or ratchet up the adrenalin and skydive over one of the coolest locations on the planet. Staying closer to the city offers city tours and harbour cruises while lunching on local cuisine and enjoying beverages that have been brewed, bottled or barrelled from local regional producers.
North, South or inland, Sydney is the gateway for many of our longer tours which are designed to explore and experience the very best Australia had to offer. From Sydney to Melbourne via the High Country, or to Byron Bay over 5 days, we have great options to satisfy the adventurer in you all! Longer tours range from ten days to over a month taking in both the East Coast and the iconic Outback of Australia.