Set on a virtual tour to New South Wales, Australia
New Delhi: While you may not be able to fulfil your travel plans right now because of the unfavourable situation prevailing in the world due to the pandemic Covid-19, keep the love for wanderlust brewing. Set out on a visual journey to the lovely destination of New South Wales in Australia.
Start dreaming about your next underwater adventure
With an abundance of underwater activities to enjoy, NSW is home to some of the best snorkelling and world-renowned dive sites in Australia. This includes Cook Island at Tweed Heads, home to a monumental amount of turtles and clownfish, and Julian Rocks at Byron Bay, where you can find many turtles, enormous rays and manta rays, and friendly leopard sharks are particularly special.
In Sydney, Shelly Beach is home to octopus, eagle rays and the giant cuttlefish - the only place in the world to see these animals is in southern parts of Australia. Kurnell has one of the largest populations of weedy sea dragons in the world (which are also only found in southern Australia). Montague Island is one of the best places to see seals in Australia, as well as whales, dolphins and NSW's largest population of little penguins.
Take a Virtual Flight Over NSW
Across NSW are stunning scenes offering diverse landscapes - from rolling green fields, to snowy peaks, aqua-scapes and sandy desert. These birds-eye-view images of pristine natural locations will make you feel like you're flying.
NSW's Stunning Walking Tracks to Dream About
Here's a reminder of some of the incredible natural beauty on offer in NSW. From sweeping views of Jamison Valley in the Blue Mountains to the cool, clear Ebor Falls, start making your list for exploration in the future.
Please note: In line with Australian Government recommendations, non-essential domestic travel should be postponed where possible, or cancelled. If you are travelling it is recommended you follow NSW Health advice regarding personal hygiene, social distancing and public events and gatherings. These measures will help to control the spread of the virus and protect the health and wellbeing of residents and visitors. Health and wellbeing is the number one priority.