New South Wales: Bed and Breakfast

The Living Outback New England North West Northern Rivers Central NSW Hunter Region North Coast Blue Mountains Central Coast Sydney Riverina Illawarra and Souther Highlands South Coast The Murray Snowy Mountains Capital Country and Highlands Bed and Breakfast New South Wales, NSW


New South Wales has thousands of attractions ranging from historic buildings to scenic drives. If you know where you are going, select the destination and see what B&B's are available.

Mutawintja National Park

1... Outback NSW

Rugged beauty, vivid red earth, bright blue skies, endless horizons and prolific native wildlife. Visit the mining towns for your dose of history and bush character
Glen Innes standing stones

2... New England North West

A sophisticated getaway set in rolling green countryside and crystal clear waters.  Follow the New England Highway
Border Ranges National Park

3... Northern Rivers

A sub-tropical paradise with a unique lifestyle and unsurpassed natural attractions
Mudgee Homestead Guesthouse

4... Central NSW

See rural Australia. History will come to life before your very eyes and provide you with an unforgettable bush experience

5... Hunter

Rich wine regions of the Hunter Valley, down to the picturesque lakes of Port Macquarie and the city of Newcastle.
South West Rocks on the North Coast

6... North Coast

Picture postcard beaches, pristine rivers, ancient forests, dramatic headlands and quaint towns in Port Stephens, Coffs Harbour, Bellingen and Nambucca
Three Sisters - Katoomba, Blue Mountains

7 Blue Mountains

A natural wonderland of untamed bush, spectacular rock formations and native wildlife
The Skillion in Terrigal

8 Central Coast

With its golden beaches for surfing, diving and walking the Central Coast is the perfect weekend escape
Sydney Harbour Bridge

9 1 Sydney

Sydney, the metropolis of Australia, has so much more than beautiful inner city beaches and happening nightlife
Riverina produces 65% of NSW wine-grape harvest

10 Riverina

Watered by the great Murrumbidgee River, this vast irrigation area is famous for citrus, stone fruit, vegetables, wine, rice and a myriad of gourmet foods
Fresh Plums

11 Capital Country

Combines the vitality and energy of Canberra and the tranquility of an established rural landscape
Illawarra

12 Illawarra

Woollongong, the port city, with beautiful landscapes and national parks reminiscent of England set in the hinterland.
Bermagui Harbour, Sapphire Coast

13 South Coast

Charming strip of un-spoilt coastline offering pristine beaches, famous Jervis Bay with Whales and Dolphins, picturesque seaside towns, rural villages
"Coonawarra" - a paddle steamer riverboat

14 The Murray

The Murray is one of the world's great rivers, flowing through red gum forests, wetlands teaming with birdlife, rich agricultural land and busy river towns
White water rafting - Snowy Mountains

15 Snowy Mountains

During winter the region is an alpine wonderland offering the best skiing in Australia. In summer, chill out in the pristine mountain scenery.

16 Lord Howe Island

Its the "Jewel of the Pacific" with its rainforests, coral reefs, beaches and volcanic peaks. This World Heritage listed island is truly unique.