NSW

Paperbark Camp Deluxe Tent
Grace Smith braves the winter chill for a weekend glamping getaway at Paperbark Camp in Jervis Bay.  

With its stunning harbour, postcard-perfect beaches and rocky coastline, Sydney is one …

The Eastern is a new style of boutique self-contained accommodation at New …

An expert review of the Walsh Bay Suite at Pier One Sydney Harbour.

Sofitel Sydney Wentworth

Lucy Jones's review of Sofitel Sydney Wentworth

 
 

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Reimagined then renovated, Larmont Sydney delivers a first - rate stay for every woman …

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The pool is open to the public and entry includes a drink, towel and access to paddle …

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Pony rides, a family cricket match and an appearance by Santa Claus himself will be …

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Luxury deal // New South Wales

You can’t put a price on unforgettable moments and with the arrival of this exclusive …

 

Weather to go

The hottest months in New South Wales are December, January and February. December sees the warm summer temperatures however experiences less humidity and rainfall than January and February. The coldest time of the year is between June and August, with cool temperatures and little rainfall. The coastal areas are cooler than the inland areas to the West, as they benefit from a maritime climate. The most moderate temperatures of the year occur in autumn and spring – March and April, and September and October. Ski season occurs between late June and August, with the Snowy Mountains experiencing snowfall during this time. 

 

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