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Cheap flights to New South Wales

Considered as Australia’s most populous state with a population of an estimated 7.5 million, New South Wales or NSW, is a state by the eastern coast of Australia. The state borders Queensland, Victoria, Tasman Sea, and South Australia to the north, south, east and west, respectively. With its capital Sydney, around 4.7 million inhabitants live within the Greater Sydney area. The people of New South Wales are called New South Welshmen. 

 

What to see & do

The parts of New South Wales include Sydney, Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Hunter, Illawarra, Shoalhaven, and Southern Highlands. Blue Mountains destinations include Blackheath, Katoomba, Jenolan Caves, Leura, Lithgow, and Oberon. Central Coast spots are Avoca Beach, Ettalong Beach, Gosford, Terrigal, and Wyong. More destinations include Barrington Tops, Hunter Valley, and Dungog in Hunter, to name a few. New South Wales is proud of its wine, farmers markets, restaurants and pubs, beach and surf schools; diving, snorkelling and swimming spots, with hikes and walks, zoos, whale watching and festivals, and more.

 

 

How to get around within New South Wales

Moving around New South Wales is done via its rail and road services. A majority of NSW’s transportation infrastructure is dedicated to taking its travellers to and from Sydney, making transport connections between the towns within New South Wales much less convenient. It is recommended to get on direct routes to any two NSW towns, although public transportation links are oftentimes non-existent, unless taken and between two towns that are on the same route to Sydney. From Sydney, it is fairly common for travellers to get up or down the coast by bus since these buses serve coastal routes a couple of times a day. Additionally, when looking for public transportation outside of Sydney, it is better to not expect much since these cities or towns oftentimes have basic transportation services, other times even non-existent. 

New South Wales’ railways are majorly operated by the state government. The state’s Countrylink trains travel to major destinations starting from Sydney to Coffs Harbour and Grafton via the Central Coast, Hunter Valley and North Coast, on top of a number of services continuing to Brisbane; Sydney to Tamworth and Armidale via the Central Coast, Hunter Valley and New England; Sydney to Dubbo via the

Blue Mountains and Central West; Sydney to Canberra via the Southern Highlands; Sydney to Albury on the Victorian Border, via the Southern Highlands and the Riverina, and continuing to Melbourne; and Sydney to Broken Hill. 

 

How to get there

As an airport that serves Sydney of New South Wales, Sydney Airport is located around eight kilometres from the city centre within Mascot, Sydney. Operating flights to Kuala Lumpur, Toronto, Pearson, Vancouver, Beijing, Delhi, Auckland, Seoul, London, Hong Kong, Manila, Taipei, Bangkok, Abu Dhabi, Jakarta, Honolulu, via AirAsia X, Air Canada, Air China, Air India, Air New Zealand, Asiana Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Cebu Pacific, China Airlines, Emirates, Garuda Indonesia, Jetstar Airways, Philippine Airlines, Qantas, and Malaysia Airlines, among others. Sydney Airport also operates flights to and from the locality of Australia such as Canberra, Adelaide, Newcastle, and Hobart via QantasLink-operated Eastern Australia Airlines, QantasLink-operated Cobham Aviation Services Australia, and Regional Express Airlines, in addition to many. 

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