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Marina Sydney Wharf Marina (Sydney, New South Wales)

Things to do in New South Wales

Australia is the ideal place for those who love water sports. In New South Wales these activities are intensified thanks to the famous Sydney Harbour, where you can moor your boat in one of its numerous marinas or rent a yacht with a crew. If you wish, you can also rent a boat and learn to sail on your own around the islands, beaches, bays and natural parks in one of the distinguished yacht clubs in Sydney that organize yacht skipper courses, from basic to the most extensive and advanced. The beaches of Jervis Bay have the whitest sand and are surrounded by crystal clear waters. Due to ideal location, they are considered one of the most beautiful and, at the same time, safest beaches, both for swimmers and boats, worldwide.

The whitest sand in the world is officially in Hyams Beach, a great place to rest and unwind, but the bay is also perfect for adventure sports thanks to its lagoons, creeks and streams, that make it ideal for water sports. New South Wales has a great maritime heritage, as it can be seen in Huskisson, the most important city in Jervis Bay. In its docks you can moor your boat or board on cruises that will allow you to take a glimpse of the dolphins, and also go to fishing expeditions. In the Jervis Bay Marine Park (now called Booderee) diving is an option, as well as kayaking, surfing and performing many other recreational activities. The reputation that the marlin zone has earned, among the enthusiasts of sport fishing, is well deserved.

The Cape St. George Lighthouse has also become a meeting place for those who like to enjoy the spectacular dance of whales in their annual migration season, around May to November, delighting visitors with their stateliness.

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