Tourist Information for New South Wales and the ACT

New South Wales and ACT

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  • Blue Mountains ---- Visited: 21 Times

    Blue Mountains

    Listing id: 2

    Blue Mountains Visitor Information Centre at Echo Point has fully trained and accredited staff, who will assist you plan your activities during your stay in the Blue Mountains region. Everything from local attractions, events and adventure...
    Website - 1300 653 ...

  • Coffs Coast Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 11 Times

    Coffs Harbour

    Listing id: 175

    The Coffs Coast Visitor Information Centre is handily located just on the southern side of the city centre, bedside the interstate coach stop. Offering a full information service for accommodation, attractions and activities available on the Coffs Coast and surrounding areas. The Centre is open 9am until 5pm, closed only one Good Friday and Christmas Day. An accommodation booking service is available as well as ticketing on NSW Trainlink, Premier and New England Coach tickets.
    Website - 02 6648 4...

  • Cootamundra Shire Council ---- Visited: 8 Times


    Listing id: 207

    Cootamundra is a thriving, lively Shire set within a natural environment. It is a community with a heart based on its country values, its sense of belonging, its spirit and the warmth and friendliness of its people. Cootamundra Shire, consisting of Cootamundra and the villages of Stockinbingal and Wallendbeen, has a combined population of around 7,500 people who have chosen to live here because of the community spirit, the affordable lifestyle, the natural setting, the different choices of rural, residential, village or town living, the retail, health, education and cultural services, the prosperous economy and easy access to Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, the mountains, the outback and the coast. Come and experience life the way it is meant to be lived. Come to Coota.
    Website - 02 6940 2...

  • Cowra Tourism Corporation ---- Visited: 2 Times


    Listing id: 225

    A region rich in history and nature, food and wine, Cowra offers guests a unique experience with world class attractions and a stunning district as the backdrop. The Cowra Visitor Information Centre is an attraction in itself, home to the popular Hologram about the Cowra POW Breakout in 1944.

    At the Cowra Visitor Information Centre you’ll also find a wide selection of local wines and produce to purchase as well as free maps, souvenirs and friendly staff who will expertly guide you through your stay.Cowra Visitor Information Centre is open 7 days, 9am to 5pm (closed Christmas Day). Olympic Park, Mid Western Highway, Cowra NSW 2794.
    Website - 02 6342 4...

  • Dural Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 7 Times


    Listing id: 189

    The Dural Visitor Centre is managed by Hills Hawkesbury & Riverlands Tourism and staffed by passionate tourism volunteers. Located in the picturesque gardens of Roughley House in Dural the centre contains a wealth of information for visitors to the region. Tours of historic Roughley House can be arranged by contacting the centre. Part of Greater Sydney, Hills Hawkesbury Riverlands is a unique and contrasting region featuring National Parks, farmland, rivers, mountains, valleys, rural and cosmopolitan centres. By and large, Hills Hawkesbury and Riverlands offers an exciting getaway experience within close proximity to the Sydney CBD, so you don't have to travel very far to experience some of the most enthralling and fascinating locations and destinations that New South Wales has to offer.
    Website - 02 9651 4...

  • Eden Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 8 Times


    Listing id: 211

    Come explore New South Wales beautiful Sapphire and Wilderness Coast! The Eden Visitor Centre is one not to be missed. We have large interactive art maps on display and plenty of room to relax and explore our large selection of information covering NSW and North Eastern Victoria.

    Being the first Visitor Centre as you enter NSW from Victoria or the last as you leave NSW to Victoria we offer a large selection of free information and a great gift shop with a focus on regional and Australian made products. Open 7 days a week for your convenience.
    Website - 02 6496 1...

  • Hawkesbury Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 10 Times


    Listing id: 208

    The Hawkesbury is located at the base of the Blue Mountains, an easy one hours drive north west of Sydney. Here you can discover a region that is passionate about produce and resonates with history. As you drive in the Hawkesbury region you will be delighted by the changing scenery from rustic rural to national parks not to mention the views of majestic rivers. You can pass the time exploring quiet country lanes and indulging yourself by having a taste of Sydney's closest country lifestyle. Connect with the seasons buying fruit and vegetables direct from fields and orchards when you spend time on the Farmgate trail. Take time to stop and explore country towns and villages with sandstone lined streets flanked with heritage buildings which offer plenty of opportunities to call into boutique shops, cafes and restaurants. If art is your passion the Hawkesbury a thriving art community with trails that allow you to enjoy studios of some of the regions best known artisans.

    To help you explore the Hawkesbury at your leisure make sure you call into the Hawkesbury Visitor Information Centre on Hawkesbury Valley Way, Clarendon. Our friendly and accredited staff can assist you with services including free maps, brochures, accommodation bookings gifts and souvenirs. We are open every day (except Good Friday and Christmas Day).
    Website - 02 4578 0...

  • Kempsey Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 7 Times


    Listing id: 168

    The Kempsey Visitor Information Centre is located in the centre of South Kempsey Park in the Val Melville Centre which was designed by internationally renowned architect Glenn Murcutt. This building was purpose built for the Kempsey Visitor Information Centre and Museum. An Aboriginal Art Gallery has since moved into the space which was designed as a theatrette. Macleay Valley Coast Tourism staff and volunteers are available to help with all enquiries on local attractions, accommodation and dining.
    Website - 1800 642 ...

  • Kiama Visitors Centre ---- Visited: 9 Times


    Listing id: 167

    he Kiama LGA is located approximately 2 hours south of Sydney on the NSW South Coast. We cover from Minnamurra in the north to Knights Hill (above Jamberoo) in the West and down to Foxground (past Gerringong) in the South and have approximately 20,000 residents. We are home to the famous Kiama Blowhole as well as many other attractions such as the Jamberoo Action Park, Minnamurra Rainforest, Illawarra Fly, the Little Blowhole, Minnamurra River, Seven Mile Beach and much more.

    The Kiama Visitors Centre is located on Blowhole Point Road in Kiama, with the lighthouse and blowhole right on your doorstep. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff can assist you with a wealth of information and services including free maps, brochures, gifts, souvenirs and accommodation bookings. We are open 9am-5pm every day (except Christmas Day).
    Website - 1300 654 ...

  • Lockhart Shire Council ---- Visited: 11 Times


    Listing id: 67

    Lockhart Shire is surrounded by natural wonders, steeped with cultural significance and saturated with country charm and history. Known as the Verandah Town, Lockhart's main street is lined with charming stores boasting turn of the century architecture. The gallery and nearby parks display just some of the local talent. The local caravan park provides all necessary facilities for a relaxed stay. Nearby, The Rock is the charming township hosting regular markets and offering something for all ages. Lockhart Shire has loads of outdoor activities including horse-riding, cycling and bush walking.

    Galore Hill has 500 hectares of natural bushland, with walking tracks leading to the caves used by bushranger Daniel 'Mad Dog'™ Morgan. To the east, the Rock Reserve, one of the best-known landforms in the Riverina, has a fantastic 6km, 3-hour return walk. For those wanting to immerse themselves in real country living, farm-stays provide the perfect opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the locals. No matter your age, length of holiday or choice of activities,  The adventure in Lockhart Shire starts with you !
    Website - 02 692053...

  • Manning Valley Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 7 Times

    Manning Valley

    Listing id: 177

    The Manning Valley is area of 3,730 square kilometres that includes 45km's of pristine beaches and 9 National Parks. Located only three hours north of Sydney on The Legendary Pacific Coast, the area is free from over development, large crowds and bustling traffic. One of the areas main attractions is Ellenborough falls, one of the biggest single drop waterfalls in Australia.
    Website - 02 6592 5...

  • Oberon Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 6 Times


    Listing id: 213

    With the most spectacular scenery in rural NSW and at the heart of the Tablelands Way experience, a visit to Oberon will reward and delight. Enjoy the country lifestyle with a clean crisp alpine climate, four true seasons including intermittent snow falls. Oberon offers an array of activities such as horse riding, four-wheel driving and cycling through National Parks and State Forests; fossicking for gem stones and gold; trout fishing in lake, streams or rivers; truffle hunting in misty cold winters, and mushrooming throughout pine forests during Autumn.

    Experience beautiful scenic bushwalks in Kanangra Boyd National Park, wander through the magnificent famous Mayfield Garden or be guided through the world’s oldest open caves at Jenolan– these are just some of the attractions on offer so why not stay a few days and explore the region...... It’s surprisingly close, surprisingly interesting and surprisingly spectacular...we look forward to making you feel welcome.
    Website - +61 2 632...

  • Queanbeyan Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 7 Times


    Listing id: 210

    Queanbeyan is located just on the border of the ACT. We offer the best of all worlds - a city with country town atmosphere, great community spirit as well as the attractons of Canberra. We are 2 hours from the Snowfields, 1 1/2 hours from Batemans Bay and 2 hours from Sydney. Enjoy a show at The Q Performing Arts Centre or take a drive out to the Googong Dam, where you can enjoy a picnic or perhaps go canoeing or fishing. The friendly staff at the Visitor Centre can advise you on what to see and do whilst visiting Canberra and tell of the amazing sights and attractions there as well. Queanbeyan has excellent accommodation choices and exciting restaurants to try.Check our website for coming events in the city.
    Website - 02 6285 6...

  • Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre ---- Visited: 10 Times


    Listing id: 214

    The Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre (SVIEC) is located at the gateway to Singleton in Townhead Park which offers visitors easy access off the main highway, with plenty of parking including long vehicle parking, public amenities, picnic benches and a kids playground. The SVIEC is open seven days a week 9.00am to 5.00pm, and the friendly staff offer visitors detailed information on Singleton and the surrounding area. The SVIEC also operates a retail business with wonderful local products sourced from the Hunter Valley region. Two conference rooms are also located at the SVIEC providing the perfect space for corporate meetings and functions. Singleton is a wonderful destination and the SVIEC is a great representation of the town. Call into the SVIEC, meet our friendly team and enjoy our wonderful facilities!
    Website - (02) 6571...

  • Snowy Region Visitor Centre ---- Visited: 13 Times

    Snowy Mountains

    Listing id: 3

    Snowy Region Visitor Centre is conveniently located between Jindabyne's two shopping centres on Kosciuszko Road. Information is available on Kosciuszko National Park and the Snowy Mountains Region. The centre's facilities are designed with the coach operator and customer in mind. Facilities and attractions include; Coach parking (6 bays) and a heated terminal building, toilets including an accessible toilet and baby change table, a retail outlet which stocks a large variety of quality souvenirs and gifts and a Café.
    Website - (02) 6450...

  • South West Rocks Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 9 Times

    South West Rocks

    Listing id: 169

    The South West Rocks Visitor Information Centre is located in Boatmans Cottage No.1, one of a number of buildings which are heritage listed as part of the South West Rocks Pilot Station Complex. Boatmans Cottage No.1 houses a Maritime Museum which is free to visit as well as the South West Rocks Visitor Information Centre.
    Website - 1800 642 ...

  • Tilligerry Habitat ---- Visited: 7 Times

    Tanilba Bay

    Listing id: 209

    Tilligerry Habitat Reserve is a 9ha flora and fauna reserve along a sandy foreshore between the townships of Tanilba Bay and Mallabula. We have a local tourism information display, a straw bale environment centre and souvenir shop, free or paid guided walks on gravel paths and boardwalks, native plants, birds and koalas in the wild, and a native nursery. There is a wide range of scenic forest, scrub and wetland environments with a network of paths and boardwalks.
    Website - 02 4984 5...

  • Visitor Services Desk at Ballina Byron Gateway Airport ---- Visited: 8 Times


    Listing id: 163

    Make the most of your stay in beautiful Ballina Shire, drop into the award winning Ballina Visitor Information Centre! The friendly staff have a wealth of local knowledge and are always happy to help with maps, brochures, and advice. They can even take care of your tour and accommodation bookings. Ballina Visitor Information Centre offers a huge array of arts, crafts, local products, and souvenirs for sale. You will find everything you need!
    Website - 02 6686 3...