21 August 2018


Linger Longer In Sydney Says Tourist Chief. And Hopefully Fly There For Just £10!

Tourists visiting Australia should allow extra days in and around Sydney as there is so much to see and do say the local tourist office.

In this interview with DialAFlight TV Kate Young from the New South Wales Tourist Office says there are more than 70 beaches within easy reach of Sydney and trips to the Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley are a must. She recommends taking a car and following the Pacific Coast up to Byron Bay, taking in the wine lands, Port Stephens and Stockton sand dunes (the largest continuously moving sand dunes in the southern hemisphere).

"One of the best ways to see New South Wales is to self drive and by doing this you can explore the beautiful coastline where you’ve got dolphins, whale watching, sand dunes and temperate rainforest, so there is a huge amount to see and you really can spend a whole holiday exploring New South Wales.” she says.

Kate Young also shares her top tip for any visitors to the state. For a really memorable experience, she suggests a seaplane flight to Cottage Point from Rose Bay in Sydney. The trip follows the coastline before touching down in front of Cottage Point Inn where you can enjoy a delicious lunch with wine while taking in the superb views of the Hawkesbury River and bushland of the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park.

To celebrate some fantastic holiday deals to New South Wales, we are offering the chance to win a pair of tickets to Sydney for just £10 each. Book a flight to Sydney with Etihad Airways in November 2012 from as little as £836 and you will be entered into a draw, with the winner being announced on Facebook.

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