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NSW tourism minister leads winter push on Tourism

NSW Minister for Tourism Stuart Ayers is fronting a winter tourism push, with suggestions of experiences and attractions for the winter tourist.

NSW Minister for Tourism Stuart Ayers is fronting a winter tourism push, with suggestions of experiences and attractions for the winter tourist.

The initiative comes just as the long weekend (5-8 June) approaches and the weather starts to cool, heralding the arrival of 25 million winter visitors to NSW. Figures released by the NSW government’s tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW, are based on the number of visitors that came to NSW last year during the winter period. The minister said: “Regional NSW visitation doesn’t slow down in the cooler months and it’s easy to see why. New South Wales is Australia’s most geographically-diverse state with lush rainforests, pristine beaches, snowfields and the Outback’s rugged beauty all vying for attention. It’s a great time to get out and about in Regional NSW.”

Source:  Backpacketr Trade News

Flamin' Galah Sydney Tours and Airport Transfers is encouraging to the fact that there are numerous wonderful attractions and activities to do outside of cities like Sydney and travellers need to be open minded and think outside the box to get the very ost from their trip to Australia.  Visiting regional NSW allows you to see parts of the country that most tourists never get to see and these are the best bits.

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