Central Coast Australia

Places worth exploring are the Central Coast for the Yarramalong Macadamia Nut Farm, Firescreek Winery or St Fiacre’s Distillery. For close animal encounters, be sure to make a stop at the Australian Reptile Park.

Terrigal and The Entrance

Central Coast region just over an hour north of Sydney are Terrigal and The Entrance. The beaches here are the main attraction. Do not miss the free daily pelican-feeding show at The Entrance at 3.30pm.

Newcastle Australia Holiday

The Hunter Regions lies between the Central Coast and North Coast. History Newcastle has some brilliant restaurants and a laidback surf culture. Climb the 180 steps of the Queens Wharf Tower for panoramic views over the city and its gleaming beaches.

Hunter Valley Australia

The delightful Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest wine-producing region – a must for gourmands and wine lovers. Therefore, always remember to plan for wine tours Hunter Valley. But if you are not a wine connoisseur, there is still plenty to keep you occupied Ballooning over the vineyards is popular or visit the 25 hectare Hunter Valley Gardens, try horse riding or taste some wonderful cheese and beer. At Lower Hunter Valley, there two main tourist towns – Cessnock and Pokolbin.

Virgin Australia