New South Wales


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New South Wales (NSW) is a large state in south-eastern Australia. The capital Sydney is Australia’s most populated city with an estimated population of 4.4 million people. It is home to many attractions, including the famous opera house and harbour bridge.

New South Wales is Australia’s oldest state. It was named in 1770 by Captain James Cook who, after falsely proclaiming that the land was uninhabited, claimed it for Britain.The border of New South Wales is the longest of all Australian state and territory borders, measuring a lengthy 4,635 km.

Beyond the cities are the rugged Blue Mountains, rainforests, outback towns where opals and silver are mined, and long surfing beaches. The Hunter Valley region, in the north, has dozens of wineries.

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