Part of a World Heritage area, the vast sandstone plateau of the Blue Mountains offers bushwalking, delightful gardens and fine guesthouses. 13 percent of the known species of eucalyptus around the world are found in the Blue Mountains making the Greater Blue Mountains Area a World Heritage Area by UNESCO in November 2000.
A favourite escape for Sydneysiders, this region is endowed with magnificent beaches, coastal resorts, lakes, waterways and national parks. At Distillery Botanica, you can taste and buy award-winning liqueur made with plants, such as aniseed and lemon myrtle. Gin is made with Australian natives.
Here, visitors can experience quintessentially Australian settlements founded by gold miners, graziers and farmers and loved by visitors today for their old-world ambience and friendly welcomes.
Don’t forget the observatories located in rural New South Wales.
A sparkling coastline of endless beaches offers surfing, whale watching and playful dolphins. Artists, writers and musicians perform at local festivals across the region. Too cool for surfing? What about a round of golf on Long Reef Golf Course arguably the best site of any golf course in Sydney.
This is a region of grand horizons, adventure, emus and opal mines. You’ll find some real Australian characters. Outback pubs quirkily decorated and built to quench legendary thirsts, are full of welcoming locals and memorable stories.
The unspoilt beauty of the southern coastline unfolds in a series of pristine beaches and bays backed by a hinterland of more than 30 national parks. Go camping in the hinterland or explore an underwater world of soft coral, tropical fish and cheeky fur seals at Montague Island in Narooma.
Escape to flourishing wine country, where world-famous wineries, acclaimed restaurants, delicious local produce and luxurious hideaways await. Surrounded by magnificent natural beauty, and only two hours from Sydney, the Hunter Valley is an unrivalled destination that has delighted since vines first thrived in the 1820s.
Discover an adventure wonderland in the magnificent NSW Snowy Mountains. From hiking to the summit of Australia’s highest peak and fly fishing in the warmer months, to soaring above the mountains on a scenic helicopter flight, and skiing and snowboarding in winter, there are plenty of exciting activities to enjoy throughout the year.
Newcastle on the NSW North Coast has become the new capital of cool. Once a working-class, no-nonsense destination, it’s now a culinary and artistic hot-spot that’s also home to some of the best beaches in the whole country. There’s plenty to do here, for both indoor and outdoor types
Located in the magnificent Hawkesbury Valley, just one hour from the heart of the CBD, Tobruk Sydney offers you a day like no other.
All visitors to Tobruk enjoy a unique and real Australian farm experience. Relax and enjoy the day as our stockmen guide you through an interactive and authentic outback experience, full of fun, good old Aussie humour and sumptuous food. Below are some of the Tobruk farm visit activities for you to enjoy.
For further information and to make bookings, please visit https://www.tobruksydney.com.au/