NSW popular for walking holidays

Published on : Wednesday, July 12, 2017

walking holidaysDestination NSW Chief Executive Officer Sandra Chipchase said, “NSW is the perfect place for a hiking holiday. The state is home to some of Australia’s most popular walking trails, as well as many hidden gems including superb multi-day hikes and fantastic short and long day hikes along stunning coastal and inland trails.”

 

Here are some of NSW’s great walks, as well as some hidden gems just waiting to be explored:

 

New tours

 

Secluded and unspoilt

 

Song-lines and cultural tales

 

Close to Sydney, but feels like a million miles away

 

Epic adventures

 

Share your favourite walk in NSW with us on social media by using the hashtag #NewSouthWales and #ILoveNSW.

 

*In the year ended March 2017, there were more than 4.3 million international and domestic overnight visitors to NSW who did bushwalking/rainforest walks (+5.2 per cent).
Source: International Visitor Survey and National Visitor Survey Year ended March 2017, Tourism Research Australia

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