New South Wales Travel Articles
Exploring the Beaches of the South Coast – NSW Australia The NSW South Coast extends all the way from Sydney down to Eden and beyond, incorporating the Illawarra, Shoalhaven, Eurobodalla and Sapphire Coast tourism regions. Part of the Sydney to Melbourne coastal drive, this is an area of spectacular views with lush green farmland on the one side and sandy beaches and rocky headlands on the other. Byron Bay, Australia – June 1999 General Info Section. Here are some links to find the more conventional side of Canberra.... Canberra CitySearch · Canberra Tourism ... Sydney, Australia – June 1999 General Info Section. Quirky Facts Sydney began its life as a penal colony and the famous district came to be known as "The Rocks". ... The Indian Pacific Railroad – Perth to Sydney, Australia Leif Pettersen gets a fr Traveling in a Time of Terror – Sydney, Australia At a Sydney train station when it receives a bomb threat, Megan Byrd evaluates travel in a time of terror. I Lost My Cynicism in Sydney – Sydney, New South Wales, Australia On a whole Australia is very much like being in the States, or more appropriately England, but there are small things that confront you each day that jar you out of a general sense of normalcy. The Best Laid Plans – New South Wales, Australia It's not the weekend getaway Jason Hooker had in mind, but he certainly had an interesting view of New South Wales' small towns. It’s Just Me, a Dumb American – Cooranbong, New South Wales, Australia Becky Dewey only added to the American backpacker reputation while she was in Australia. However, in the defense of the United States, most of her blunders occurred, not because she was American, but All Dried Up – New South Wales, Australia After seeing the dry creekbeds of New South Wales, Jools puts forward a request that all who are traveling within drought affected areas of Australia be aware of the plight of farmers and those who de Offshore ACT – Jervis Bay, New South Wales, Australia Douglas Spadotto checks out all that nature (and friendship) has to offer.