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New South Wales Locations
Chances are that when many people think of New South Wales, the first thing that springs to mind is Sydney. And that's fair enough – it is after all one of the most beautiful spots on earth and the Park Hyatt Sydney is one of the best places to stay in Australia.
However, New South Wales is far from being all about Sydney, from the endless splendour of the outback to the magical waters of Lord Howe Island, the lush climes of the Blue Mountains, to the vineyards of the Hunter Valley and the beautiful beaches of the Byron Bay and Pacific Coast, the state of New South Wales hosts a wealth of diverse regional areas.
Winter is from June to August and coastal temperatures range from 15-20°C maximum depending on your regional location. The remainder of the state will typically have winter days between 3°C minimum and 15°C maximum, although it can drop to 0°C in the outback. The exception is the Snowy Mountains area with temperatures falling to -6°C.
Summer is from December to February. Temperatures usually range from 25°C - 28°C maximum on the entire coastal strip. Away from the coastal influence, the balance of the state will typically have summer days of approximately 30°C although maximum temperatures can reach 35+°C.