New South Wales is arguably Australia's busiest State. Home to Sydney, the city with the countries largest population and its icon symbols such as the Harbour Bridge and opera House, it is often the first stop for international visitors.
Since Captain Cook sailed into Botany bay in 1770, New South Wales has been a key focus of governments and foreign trade. With a diverse landscape ranging from expansive harbour's, white sandy beaches, snowy mountain ranges, rich plains and windy northern rivers, New South Wales offers something for everyone.
For more information about New South Wales visit NSW State Government website.
Queensland - the Sunshine State.
New South Wales - the First State.
Victoria - the Garden State.
Tasmania - the Apple Isle.
South Australia - the Festival State.
Western Australia - the Real Thing.
Northern Territory - Outback Australia.