Cross the NSW Border for Beaches, beers and Blowholes
16.11.2020

Cross the NSW Border for Beaches, beers and Blowholes

Words by Natasha Tupackovski

NSW border to open soon and for Victorians

KIAMA, SOUTH COAST

Just over the NSW border is the south coast’s number one place to indulge and unwind Kiama. Classic village vibes meet the oceanfront with a variety of delicious food and wine experience such as the wine tasting to beachside markets, there’s so much flavor to be discovered within the beautiful Kiama area. Known for the famous blowhole and the beautiful scenic rainforest trails. Swim with surfers and snorkel with the seals, shuck your own oysters. See it all on the South Coast

BRUNSWICK HEAD, BYRON BAY

If you’ve spent too much time indoors in Brunswick during this pandemic, we suggest packing your camping gear and visiting Brunswick Heads. Located 15 minutes north of Byron Bay It’s, this summer at Brunswick Heads has the outdoor experience we have all been waiting for! The ultimate Byron Bay getaway without all the people cluster. Head on down and get cozy with the locals on the Timber bridges river. You won’t be short on variety with 50-holiday houses and apartments scattered throughout the town. From golden beaches to the rainforests there are plenty of simple pleasures to choose from

MANLY, NORTH HEAD

If the quarantine didn’t spook you before, Sydney’s former Quarantine Station on North Head has everyone scared. One of Australia’s most haunted sites, right in the heart of Manly. All you have to do is grab a mask and get in line for the next ghost tour. A fun way to learn the history of the harbor with the luxury of the surrounding suburbs just a ferry away from Circular Quay and The Rocks. Scenic and informative, enjoy the pleasurable stroll threw the neighborhood of historic laneways, and don’t forget to visit the Museum of Contemporary

NEWTOWN, INNER WEST

If there’s a place that feels like home, we found it in the inner west’s stylish suburb of Newtown. Save and support by having a meal and checking out the projects run by Sydney’s very own Lentils As Anything. Enjoy the trail of street art in the ground central of Sydney’s mural art scene and experience the range of fashion stores that fill the heart of Sydney’s alternative scene. Bar hop down the backbone of Sydney’s nightlife and treat yourself and try Young henrys Newtowner!

BLUE MOUNTAINS

The city can sometimes make you feel like you are suffocating, breath easy in the Blue Mountains. Start the day with a bushwalk and feel refreshed and visit Wentworth Falls. Experience the scenic Jenolan Caves and fall in love with the small town of Katoomba. Check out visitnsw.com to find more ways to experience part of the Great Australia Dividing Range.

BONDI CLIFFTOPS

You haven’t been to Sydney until you’ve been to Bondi, but you haven’t been to Bondi before you’ve done the Bondi to Coogee walk. The clifftop coastal walk covers six of Sydney’s eastern suburbs. The walk features stunning scenic views of Sydney’s iconic beaches, parks, cliffs, bays, and rock pools. See the sculptures by the sea and famously featured in Noah Cyrus’s Music video ‘Again’ is the Waverley Cemetery heritage-listed cemetery on top of the cliffs at Bronte.