Glen Innes was established in 1852 and is situated in the New England region of New South Wales. Between the attractions in this town are: the Land of the Beardies History
Museum, the large Folk Museum in the former hospital, the Town Hall Emmaville Mining Museum and the Gibraltar Range National Park.
Bald Rock National Park
This National Park is named after its main icon, the Bald Rock, a huge granite rock. From the highest point of the rock there is a splendid view, and wildlife also can
be seen in this park, kangaroos and many species of birds.
These are a group of gorgeous mountains at the west of Sydney and belong to the Greater Blue Mountains Area World Heritage Site. The area has amazing natural landscapes, waterfalls,
rock formations and offer great facilities for tourists. Some areas of interest here are: the Giant Staircase, Katoomba Scenic Railway, Springwood, Blackheath and Katoomba.
These caves are explored since 1866, the oldest open cave in Australia, and are open to public to see their columns and waterfalls formations that attract many tourists to
this area making of this the most popular destination in South Wales.
Brisbane Water National Park
Situated 47 km north of Sydney, Brisbane Water National Park hosts many different species of plants, spring flowers, a wide variety of wildlife, waterfalls and rock formations.
Splendid views and an unforgetable experience if you come to visit this National Park.
Newcastle is an important commercial centre and also is the second most important city in New South Wales, between its main landmarks are: the Historical Museum,
Christ Church Cathedral and many custom houses around the city.
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