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Monday, September 1, 2014

Destination NSW: Explore Regional NSW During Spring School Holidays



Spring has sprung and there's no better time to explore the family-friendly adventures waiting right on your doorstep in Regional NSW, Deputy Premier and Minister for Tourism and Major Events, Andrew Stoner has announced.

“Spring is a fantastic time to take an affordable family holiday in Regional NSW, with an abundance of kid friendly attractions to be discovered,” Mr Stoner said.

“A new campaign from our tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW, showcases the exciting destinations and attractions that will keep the kids entertained these school holidays.

“Families can explore the State during a caravan and camping getaway, cruise the waters of the mighty Murray by houseboat, or hit the surf at one of our many pristine beaches.

“School holidays are also a great time to learn a new skill, like trying your hand at putt putt golf or horse riding, while our wonderful museums, observatories and cultural institutions run engaging tours to excite and inspire.

“There really is an exciting holiday adventure waiting on your doorstep and I encourage families to explore Regional NSW this school holidays,” he said.

Destination NSW Chief Executive Officer, Sandra Chipchase, said visitnsw.com/schoolholidays is a fantastic resource for families planning a short break.

“Our school holiday pages highlight family favourites across the State including zoos and wildlife parks, kid friendly attractions and great family drives, to plan the ultimate getaway.

“The holidays are a great time for families to reconnect and have some good old fashioned fun, so we encourage everyone to plan a NSW getaway this spring,” she said.

The NSW school holidays run from 22 September to 6 October, 2014. For more information on planning a school holiday adventure in NSW visit visitnsw.com/schoolholidays.
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