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Where to go when the NSW holiday restrictions lift

Where to go when the NSW holiday restrictions lift

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has flagged that travel for a holiday within the state may be next in line for review, so now is the time to get planning.

Where to go when the NSW holiday restrictions lift

While Australia’s tourism minister is urging state governments to open borders to domestic holiday-makers, many of the states have signalled that borders will remain shut until the end of winter.

In NSW and Victoria, while borders have been kept open, local and regional travel is currently not allowed in the states for holidays and recreation.

For NSW residents the good news is Premier Berejiklian has given the go ahead for travel for a holiday within the state from June 1.

Here are some stunning places to visit once travel within NSW is permitted.

Redhead Beach
A coastal suburb of Lake Macquarie, Redhead Beach is known for its stunning cliffs, rocky outcrops and shark tower.

Redhead Beach, a coastal suburb of Lake Macquarie, NSW, Australia with shark tower just before sunrise.

Morton National Park
Located in the Southern Highlands, Morton National Park is great for a day trip, and offers the perfect place to mountain bike, walk or enjoy a picnic lunch.

Fitzroy Falls drops 81 metres into the Yarrunga Valley below filled with eucalypt trees and rainforest plants. Located in the Morton National Park, Southern Highlands of NSW, Australia

Bathurst
With its rich heritage and museums, and award-winning food and wine scene the city of Bathurst in the Central Tablelands is the perfect place for a weekend away.

The town of Bathurst, NSW, Australia, seen from Mount Panorama.

Hyams Beach
The seaside village on the shores of Jervis Bay is known for its dazzling stretch of fine white sand.

Hyams Beach, NSW

Ben Boyd National Park
Ben Boyd National Park on the South Coast of NSW is the perfect spot for walking swimming, snorkelling and whale watching.

Image: Destination NSW

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