Explore New South Wales with our interactive map. Simply click on the Map below to visit each of the regions of NSW. We have included some of the popular destinations to give you give you an idea of where they are located in the state. If you want to see more maps use the navigation panel on the right hand side of this page to view other State and Territory Maps in Australia. Australia is a big country so make sure you understand the the distances and travel time involved.

Discover NSW’s Regions

Sydney - The Sydney region is the cultural heart of New South Wales and is renowned for its picturesque waterways and pristine natural environments. . Sydney is the most populous city in Australia with more than 4.9 million residents. The Sydney region is home to 37 local government areas and extends ...
Blue Mountains - The World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains have become one of the most popular holiday destinations in Australia. Enjoy its breathtaking scenic beauty, nostalgic appeal and opportunities to relax. Less than two hours by road or rail from Sydney, it has many choices of accommodation and ...
Outback NSW - Outback New South Wales provides a unique Australian experience that brings the visitor in contact with the ancient and spectacular landscape of the Outback. Discover a network of rivers and lakes, astonishing wildlife and meet the Aussie characters who are the spirit of this red ...
Snowy Mountains - The Snowy Mountains is home to spectacular peaks, clear mountain streams and cool, crisp air. More than half of the alpine habitat in Australia falls inside the Snowy Mountains boundaries and it is the headwater for the mighty Snowy River and Murray River. The region ...
North Coast NSW North Coast - Your holiday adventure can take you from the ranges to the beaches, providing everything you could want from a classic summer holiday all year around. Stretching from Port Stephens to Coffs Harbour and inland to Dorrigo, North Coast NSW offers a unique taste of New ...
South Coast NSW South Coast - A few hours south of Sydney, you'll find a charming strip of unspoilt coastline offering pristine beaches, picturesque seaside towns and quaint rural villages. Stretching from Berry to Eden, the South Coast contains no less than 10 separate national and marine parks. If its secluded ...
Family at Terrigal Beach Central Coast - The Central Coast is located one hour north of Sydney and covers 86 kilometres of beautiful coastline. The region is a mix of bays, inlets, pristine beaches, lakes and lush hinterland. It is well known for its coastal lifestyle and culture including surfing, swimming and ...
Hunter ~ so much... so close Hunter - The Hunter offers visitors the choice of coast and country, beaches and mountains, wilderness and wineries, peaceful country towns and charming cities. Entering the Hunter from the south along the coast, you will come to Lake Macquarie, Australia’s largest coastal salt-water lake; featuring expansive surf ...
Country NSW - Country New South Wales is a vast region that is home to a diverse group of rural communities. Some of Australia's oldest towns were founded here by early Australian pioneers and the diverse landscape ranges from open plains to highlands and everything in between. There are ...