Australia’s own Booderee National Park on the South Coast NSW took out a global responsible tourism award in London on 10 November 2010.
There is so much to do in New South Wales, but a week will surely persuade you to come back for more, from Sydney to the Blue Mountains, Hunter Valley to Jervis Bay, Kangaroo Valley to the Southern Highlands.
The whale-watching season starts in late May as these gentle creatures undertake their annual migration along the coast of New South Wales.
Booderee National Park has been named one of the nation’s 10 most outstanding protected areas with The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) -Australia Top 10 awards.
The Jervis Bay, the ever-changing coastal landscape is a tapestry bathed in shimmering light, rich in natural beauty and truly alive with people of inspiration and character.
As it was approaching the centenary of Federation the idea developed to recreate accommodation cottages of the federation era.