Beyond the city

Sydney is the perfect place to start your Australian adventure – no matter where you want to explore. Learn more about incorporating a regional element into your trip to Sydney.

Sydney is the perfect place to start your Australian adventure – no matter where you want to explore.

Of course, you don’t need to go far. Indeed, you don’t even need to get on a plane. If you’re up for a short drive, you can discover the best of NSW and stop where you will. From its sparkling coastline, award-winning wine regions and rugged outback, to the most ancient culture in the world, it’s all within ‘cooee’ of the city (that means shout).

We can help you take your event on the road too, with a range of regional destinations that offer luxury accommodation, state-of-the-art facilities and awe-inspiring backdrops.

Learn more about incorporating a regional element into your trip to Sydney

The Hunter Valley, Port Stephens and Newcastle
The Hunter Valley, Port Stephens and Newcastle

Just 2 hours' drive from Sydney, this region is famous for its wine country, but it’s also home to golden beaches and the thriving city of Newcastle. You’ll find excellent accommodation, world-class facilities for incentive programs, meetings and exhibitions, as well as renowned attractions. Find out more

The Central Coast
The Central Coast

An hour from Sydney, the Central Coast is the perfect escape for team building, a conference or a day meeting. Enjoy endless water activities and the range of sophisticated accommodation options, from large fully-inclusive hotels to waterfront resort-style properties and boutique establishments. Find out more

Wollongong
Wollongong

Get a whole new perspective, just an hour south of Sydney, at Wollongong. It’s a great conference destination, with boutique accommodation and first-class facilities. And it’s all just an easy drive down the Grand Pacific Drive, a spectacular coastal road that follows a ribbon of beautiful beaches and spectacular views. Find out more

The Blue Mountains
The Blue Mountains

An Australian natural wonder, the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains stretches for over one million hectares in an ecological mix of lush rainforest, breathtaking canyons, tall gums and rugged heathlands. This stunning landscape is dotted with picturesque townships steeped in history, and it offers excellent facilities. Further information on the Blue Mountains can be found at VisitNSW

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