The Art Gallery of New South Wales is the leading museum of art in Sydney, New South Wales, and is one of Australia's foremost cultural institutions.
The Museum is a dynamic source of reliable scientific information. It houses specimens of native Australian mammals, birds, reptiles and fish that tell the story about our unique wildlife.
Find out about the many markets that are held all over NSW every week.
New South Wales has more than 780 national parks and reserves, search for one in your local area.
Sydney Opera House offers a unique opportunity to experience some of the best presenters and live performances in the world across a variety of genres.
Western Plains Zoo provides much more than animal displays, it is a place to come and relax and enjoy the atmosphere.
Some of Australia's largest reptiles, such as massive American alligators, giant tortoises and huge pythons live at the Park.
From city tours to road trips through our vast outback, visiting historic and cultural sites provides a unique experience.
The Museum of Contemporary Art is Australia’s only museum dedicated to exhibiting, interpreting and collecting contemporary art from across Australia and around the world.
You will find a diverse collection, built up over more than 125 years, of history, science, technology, design, industry, decorative arts, music, transport and space exploration.
The Regional Arts Network services over 100 local government areas covering more than 662,000 square kilometres, where 1.7 million people live. There are around 1200 local arts and cultural groups.
Whether it’s a short film festival, beautiful lakeside sculptures, beer-tasting from some of the best Australian micro breweries, waterskiing or classical music, there is an event that will entertain you and the whole family.
If the instinct for adventure travel runs in your blood, New South Wales is your natural habitat. It's got the lot - diversity of terrains and weather that will give you plenty of choice when it comes to adventure sports.
Exhibitions explore Australia's links with the sea and show how maritime activities and issues have shaped the lives of people in Australia.
The Taronga Conservation Society Australia inspires Australians and visitors to discover, explore, delight in and protect our natural world.
Search for an art gallery in your local area of NSW.
Go Play brings together in one convenient location a wide range of affordable State Government art and culture, sport and recreational activities for kids of all ages.
Some of our most popular recreation areas close to Sydney are in the State forests.
Find out about NSW Rugby League, including competitions, clubs, news and academies.
Since its opening in 1929, The State Theatre Sydney has captivated the hearts and minds of patrons with its majestic elegance.
The Museum holds a vast collection of Aboriginal artefacts along with historical European items such as ship replicas and uniforms, working displays and interactive models.
Search the NSW Football website for news about soccer, competitions, clubs and resources.
The Historic Houses Trust was established in 1980 to run Vaucluse House and Elizabeth Bay House and has now grown to manage 14 diverse sites and properties including houses, public buildings, a farm, gardens, parklands, a beach and urban spaces.
The NSW Government multi-agency initiative aims to provide a single access point to the nature-based recreational areas and activities that are available to everyone in NSW.
The Regional Galleries of Australia are almost unique in the world, and demonstrate the great love Australians have for the visual arts.
Sydney Dance Company is a leader in dance training, providing highly qualified and experienced teachers.
There are plenty of places to go and things to do in Sydney and NSW - from dining, to beach lifestyle to nature walks and world heritage areas.
At Wildlife Sydney, with three levels, over 65 exhibits representing several different habitats and more than 130 different species of Australian animals, there's a lot to explore!
The ACP is as a place where photographers can exhibit their work in the longest running contemporary art space in Australia.
The Botanical gardens are a place of natural beauty, where people come for peace, relaxation, education and to be inspired by plants and gardens.
Absorb the Australian bush sounds and aromas inside the forest canopy and open-range wildlife zones. Interact and discover your own wildlife encounter in a sustainable habitat for Australian wildlife and culture.
Come along and support the many professional sports played on the grounds including AFL, NRL and cricket.
The Rocks Discovery Museum is a free, family friendly museum which tells the story of The Rocks area of Sydney from pre-European days to the present.
Find out how you can create your own gourmet food and wine tasting adventure in NSW.
You will meet Sydney's first people, inspect models of the First Fleet ships and peer at the archaeological remains of first Government House and the intriguing objects uncovered by a number of digs on the site.
The National Trust was originally established in NSW by Annie Wyatt in 1945. The Trust movement is now Australia-wide and is the nation’s largest community-based conservation charity.
Parramatta Park is a great place to ride bicycles, rollerblade, walk, run and play sports such as cricket and football.
There are hundreds of fun-packed events around Sydney throughout the year. Find out more here.
Sydney Olympic Park is a sporting precinct for the whole community. All of the venues and facilities at Sydney Olympic Park are accessible so everyone can play!
The Arts Unit delivers programs and services that are beyond the capacity of individual schools and regions.
Find out about the theme parks you can visit in NSW.
There are plenty of things to do for the whole family at Darling Harbour, with so many of Sydney's attractions to choose from. There's hands-on fun, fabulous worlds to explore and open areas to run free.
You can hand feed a kangaroo, wallaby or emu - or enjoy a face-to-face encounter with one of the friendly koalas.
Throughout the year, Sydney Theatre plays host to up to four productions from the Sydney Theatre Company as well as dance and drama productions from the best-loved companies from Australia and around the world.
Belvoir St Theatre in Surry Hills, Sydney, is the home of Company B, one of Australia's most respected theatre companies.
Want to climb the Harbour Bridge, visit Australia's oldest Observatory, see magnificent views over Sydney Harbour, or watch Australia's finest confectioners create mouth-watering sweets? There is plenty to do at the Rocks.
First constructed in 1866, the Capitol Theatre has hosted many theatrical performances.
Whether you want to shop, dine out, catch a movie or a world-class live comedy act or just hang out with friends over a drink, EQ is the place to visit.
Find out about over 70 sport and recreational activities including how to participate, links to state sport associations and local clubs.
The IMAX theatre in Darling Harbour is home to the world's largest cinema screen at 29.42m high by 35.73m wide – covering an area of more than 1,015 square metres. They just don't come any bigger!
There's more attractions, and plenty of fun to be had on Luna Park's famous rides and games. Entry is free, so you can sit back and enjoy the delicious food, fantastic atmosphere and sensational views.
Sydney Aquarium boasts the world's largest collection of all-Australian aquatic life featuring a variety of authentic habitats, 60 tanks and three oceanariums set in the heart of Sydney on Darling Harbour.
This action packed ride will send you screaming with excitement past Sydney's famous icons such as the Harbour Bridge, Luna Park and Opera house.