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Regional Holidays in NSW

Pack your bags; a holiday anywhere in the state is open for NSW residents from 1 June!

This is welcome news for NSW residents who have been holidaying at home for weeks and dreaming of their escape plan. The lifting of restrictions comes with a caveat, to maintain physical distancing and good hygiene. Read all the official details here.

So, where will you travel first?

Byron Bay, NSW
Holidaymakers are naturally going to flock to Byron Bay, but you want to still avoid potential crowds and maintain social distancing by heading to the hills and back to nature with a secluded hinterland stay such as Blackbird Byron Bay (pictured above) or browse our full collection of Byron Bay accommodation.

South Coast, NSW
Sydneysiders can easily make their escape from the city to the South Coast and visit favourites such as seaside village Kiama, the country charm of Berry or the beaches of Jervis Bay. This is a great opportunity to support this bushfire affected region with your love and tourism dollars too. Check out our handpicked collection of South Coast accommodation.

Mudgee, NSW
Wine not head to Mudgee (see what we did there) for a wine weekend as your iso release reward? Think sunny days and cool nights with open fireplaces and days spent tasting wine. Be inspired with a Mudgee getaway here.

Port Stephens, NSW
Take a break to beachside getaway Port Stephens and book a holiday house to reconnect with family and friends. Check our locals guide to where to eat, drink and stay in Port Stephens and go!

The Tweed, NSW
The laid-back cousin of Byron Bay, The Tweed offers stunning beaches - we’re talking Australia’s #1 Beach - Cabarita Beach, alongside Australia’s best regional restaurant – Pipit Restaurant and great experiences from the beaches, to the river and hinterland without the crowds. Need we say more? Check out The ultimate Tweed guide here.

Hunter Valley, NSW
Just an easy 3 hour drive from Sydney, the Hunter Valley is a popular weekend getaway for Sydneysiders and Novocastrians alike. Hideaway in a secluded cottage or bask in the luxury of a boutique resort and enjoy some local Hunter food, wine and hospitality while you're socially distancing.

Check out our range of New South Wales destinations and make your escape plan.

Image credit: The Tweed, Blackbird Byron, Lowe Wines Mudgee, Halcyon House.
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