NSW North Coast has much more than the typical surf, sun and beach culture. It is known for some of the best and least crowded beaches at Byron Bay, Port Stephens and Newcastle in Australia. Whether you love long beach walks or wave riding, North Coast is the place for you. Excellent outdoor activities and comfortable accommodation in North Coast make it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Australia. While looking for holiday rentals in North Coast you will have plenty of options to consider.
Other than relaxing on the glorious beaches, whale watching can be an exciting activity to indulge in. Places like Tomaree, Stockton Beach and Fishermans Bay are known for whale watching activities. The Hunter Wetlands, a place well known as the haven for wildlife, situated on the route to North Coast, is a place that you must visit. It is situated approximately ten minutes away from Newcastle.
Once you are in the North Coast, it will be difficult for you to find excuses to stay in your luxurious holiday accommodation in North Coast. There are so many activities that you can indulge in. Go out and visit some of the art galleries, such as Pinnata Gallery, Blue Poles Gallery and Greenstone Gallery, or one of the historical museums like Coffs Harbour Museum and Port Macquarie Historical Museum, or browse the local markets for all sort of local goods from chocolates, to wines and handicrafts.
After a beautiful view of the local hand-made goods in the market, it’s time to experience the adventure. There are a number of outdoor activities to enjoy and experience. Go for scuba diving at Solitary Islands Marine Park or go rock climbing in the forests in Dorrigo National Park, which is thousands of years old and listed in World Heritage. If you want to really enjoy cruising and fishing, you can also hire your own boat and catch the adventure the outdoors has to offer. Myall River can be another fishing spot that will definitely not leave you disappointed.
Festival of Whales is celebrated to mark the beginning of the annual migration of whales. This is a notable event that takes place in North Coast. Another important festival is the Tastes of the Bay Food and Wine Festival that takes place in the early November. It is great fun to be a part of these festivals and events.
North Coast experiences sub-humid climate with hot and humid summers and cold winters. The best time to visit North Coast is from June until August.
To reach the NSW North Coast, take the Pacific Highway that is over the Sydney Harbour Bridge, to Highway 1at Hornsby. After arriving here you will need to head towards Newcastle and then toward North Coast.
When selecting an accommodation in South Coast you will find numerous options available to suit your need. Choose from holiday apartments in North Coast to a beautiful cosy holiday home in North Coast.