As of the 1st of June, regional NSW has opened up for holiday-ing again!

We can finally leave the city, FREEDOM!!

According to the government website, you can travel anywhere within NSW.

If you’re renting a holiday home or AirBnb you can share with up to 10 people, however if you’re from the same household you can have more than 10 people!

So with that in mind, here are some DOPE places to visit in NSW if you need a short getaway!

The Hunter Valley

We’re talking beautiful sunrises,  wine, chocolate, more wine and just supreme relaxation.

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Lake Macquarie

The quaint region is smack bang in the middle of Sydney and Newcastle. It’s pretty much a gorgeous lake with a bayside town. There’s activities like horse riding, boating, fishing and just general beachside living. 

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Lake Macquarie at Marmong Point, stunning sunrise this morning on the lake, clouds lit up, it was still and even some nice fog. Shot with Olympus OMD EM1 MKII with Leica 8-18mm, f8, 1 sec, ISO 250. NiSi CPL with Hard GND. Sirui W-1204. Shot using the Hi-Res Mode taking 4 x 1 sec images and combining them in camera into a single 80MP RAW file. Taken 7 June 2020. olympusau #getolympus #olympusinspired #olympus #olympusinspired #olympuspassion #breakfreewitholympus #nisifiltersaustralia #nisifiltersau #nisifiltersanz #newcastlensw #visitnewcastle_aus #mynewcastle #visitnsw #newcastlealive #dailybaileynsw #ozcoastal #capturemagazine #focusaustralia #mint_shotz #ig_australia #ozscapers #landscapephotography #longexposure #australia #longexposurephotography #sunrise #sunrisephotography #lakemacquarie #marmongpoint #jetty #siruiaustralia @nisifiltersaustralia

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Orange

It may not be on the top of your mind when you think of a glam weekend getaway but Orange is the dark horse of holidays!

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A lot of wines made in The Hunter Valley are actually grown in Orange so you can expect a gorgeous expanse of vineyards. If it’s the right time of year, there are cherry blossoms, bright wattle or at the moment the town turns ORANGE with autumnal colours.

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The colours are enchanting. #orange colours

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Mudgee

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Mudgee is a cute little valley town and because of this it’s a little warmer than its surrounding towns which will come in handy in winter. There vineyards, heritage villages, national parks and some AMAZING accommodation and camping spots.

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Palm Beach

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Head up to the northern beaches for some ‘you’ time. There are almost empty expanses of beach up there, an amazing walk where you’re surrounded by the sea and a cute little lighthouse!

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The Hawkesbury

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The North West is incredibly slept on! The Hawkesbury is a GREAT place to travel to with historic towns and pubs, river cruises, locally brewed cider and even a World Heritage Sight!

 

This is just a few of the MANY places in our backyard to go visit!

So do a quick google and bloody TREAT YOURSELF.

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