New South Wales Beach
Sydneysiders are typically in the know for a long time now, hightailing it to your Blue Mountains for indulgent weekends of wildlife spotting, collectibles shopping and gallery-hopping.
Some jokingly reference Byron Bay as the most northern suburb of Sydney – all you find in huge smoke is on your own home here, too.
Once a tired backwater, brand new South Wales’ Central Coast is a burgeoning hot getaway for weekending Sydneysiders, with top tip the Bouddi Peninsula, a boho cousin to your more familiar glam Northern Beaches over the water.
Only couple of hours through the skyscrapers of Sydney, the turquoise ocean, white-sand shores and unblemished woodlands of Jervis Bay (pronounced like 'Jarvis' Cocker) glow in the brand new Southern Wales Southern Coast.
Using its soaring volcanic peaks, turquoise lagoon, unspoilt shores and uncommon plants, wild birds and marine life, ruggedly breathtaking eco-retreat Lord Howe Island should draw out your inner David Attenborough.
Unlimited pristine beaches, quite a few near to deserted, and lush green country side dotted with bucolic villages would be the features of the latest Southern Wales’s Southern Coast.