A game of ‘I Spy’ for New England Travellers
With all those gorges come a whole lot of waterfalls! The main road from the east coast is even called The Waterfall Way.
3. Granite boulders
Whether you’re driving, hiking, clambering or climbing, the granite boulders of this region are incredibly beautiful.
4. Subtropical Rainforest
Deep in the gorges and gullies of the region’s National Parks you’ll find pristine subtropical rainforest.
5. Antarctic Beech Trees
And those rainforests are dotted with ancient Antarctic beech trees that hark back to the Gondwana era.
6. Amazing views
The region’s high altitude means plenty of breathtaking views across the mountains to the coastal flats beyond.
7. Historic churches
What better place to say ‘I do’?
8. Grand buildings
A prosperous agricultural region from the early days of European settlement in Australia, there was plenty of money to build grand buildings, homesteads and schools.
9. Locally made gifts and goodies
The locals are a creative bunch in New England and plenty of shops sell their wares.
10. Shearing sheds
This is sheep country, after all.
See, we told you!
12. Cute country towns
And each of those cities and towns have beautiful parklands!
Make no mistake about it, winters in New England are COLD! Just look at that winter wonderland…
Autumn, on the other hand, is ablaze in hues of red, orange and yellow. Maybe that’s why they call it New England?
16. Winding country roads
You’ll do more pulling over for photos than driving in New England, we promise.
17. Local produce
Stock up on delicious local produce, from olives to meat and goats cheese.
18. Weird and wacky monuments
What tastes better than a locally made cold one?