Where to stay in New South Wales: Best areas for travelers
- Newcastle: It'll be difficult deciding which attractions to visit here first. Make a start at Nobbys Head Beach, Newcastle Beach and Merewether Beach. If you've still got time on your hands, make a beeline for Blacksmiths Beach and Stockton Sand Dunes. Wondering where you can get a superb night's sleep? The Herald Executive Apartments, The Grand Hotel Newcastle and The Lucky Hotel are our favorites.
- Byron Bay: If you're in need of some time out in nature, you've arrived at the right place. Byron Bay is bursting with beautiful natural attractions, from Mount Warning National Park to Killen Falls and Mebbin National Park. After a long day of sightseeing, put your feet up at the Bay Motel, the Beach Hotel Resort or the Hibiscus Motel. You'll need your energy to head out and explore other top sights like Captain Cook Lookout, Arakwal National Park and Minyon Falls.
- Coffs Harbour: Get set for a family vacation! With exciting attractions to suit travelers of all ages, this is a fantastic destination to bring the whole gang. Lots of fun awaits at Big Banana Fun Park and Coffs Jetty Pier. Why not stay a while and see all the highlights? Forest Sky Pier is one more family-friendly attraction to explore. For a memorable stay, we recommend the Bentleigh Motor Inn, the Chelsea Motor Inn or the Ibis Budget Coffs Harbour.
- Albury: Do you like staying in the city center but also crave access to nature too? Some of the places you should stop by during your trip here are Lake Hume and Hume Dam. If you're yearning for more time around Mother Nature, don't forget about Albury Botanic Gardens, Belvoir Park, Noreuil Park and Huon Hill Parklands either. All that sightseeing and rushing around can tucker you out, so get some shut-eye at someplace welcoming like the Elm Court Motel, the Atura Albury or the Beer Deluxe Albury.