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The Best Road Trips in New South Wales, Australia

With pristine beaches, picture perfect mountain ranges and a variety of quaint towns and villages adorning the outback plains; New South Wales has a lot to offer to the quintessential road tripper. If self-driving around the country is not really your thing, or if you wish to make a road trip with a large group of family friends; you can easily choose to hire one of the charter coaches Sydney and still have a fabulous road trip.

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Some of the top drives your coach service can take you to include

The Grand Pacific Drive

Covering about 140 km of coastal extravagance in the south of Sydney, this is one of the best on the road experiences you will ever have. Start your trip in the Royal National Park and then wind down south to Wollongong, Shell Harbour and then Kiama. En route, you will be able to pass through a 665 meter long bridge which actually curves around the face of the cliff to take you right over the ocean. This drive is a great way to visit some of the best beaches in the area, have meals at quaint and laid back coastal towns, relax in some ocean pools and also make a trip to the largest Buddhist temple in the Southern Hemisphere.

The Kosciuszko Alpine Way

The route via Lake Jindabyne is a common one among travellers who wish to explore the alpine region. Take your coach through the weaving Snowy Mountains and make a trip to the Kosciuszko National Park. On the way you will be able to stop for some breath-taking pictures of the alpine valleys, mountain top vistas and historic villages along with the country’s tallest peak. A large number of travel groups choose to visit this region for skiing, trout fishing and horse riding. This 175 km router is probably the one with the most dramatic scenery in the country.

The Waterfall Way

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If you wish to take a holiday further north along the Pacific Highway, consider also making a stop at the sea side town of Coffs Harbour. To the west of this town you will be able to venture onto a 191 km route along the Waterfall Way. Here you can take your family or corporate coach hire Sydney tour through a variety of national parks that are famous for the abundance of water features you will witness along the way. The Dorrigo National Park for instance is home to a subtropical rainforest and spectacular sights such as the Ebor Falls, Dangar Falls and the Mihi Falls. You will also pass by the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, Cathedral Rock National Park and the New England National Park.

The Darling River Run

No trip to the New South Wales is complete without an experience of the great Australian outback. The Darling River Run is a 730 km route following the river from Walgett to Wentworth on the Victorian border. Here you will go through dusty red roads and pass through some of the most once-thriving outback towns in the country. In addition to this consider taking your chartered coach for the Great Blue Mountains drive complete with 18 discovery trails that offer a unique sense of adventure. With a reliable coach service, your road trip in the area will be a memorable one.

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The Best Road Trip Australia  

Covering about 140 km of coastal extravagance in the south of Sydney, this is one of the best on the road experiences you will ever have. Ma...