By Ray Williams
We’ve all had our lives on hold for six months or more, now’s the time to get out there, enjoy our NSW stories, landscapes and experiences and turn 2020 around together. NSW residents can help reboot the state’s visitor economy by hitting the road for a short-break, taking a Sydney ‘playcation’, attending events, visiting attractions or even making the most of a day trip.
LIVE MUSIC LOVERS
Tickets are now on sale for the NSW Government’s Great Southern Nights music event – 1000 COVID-safe gigs across the state throughout November. Check out the gig guide for details. Each gig is supported by the NSW Government through tourism and major events agency Destination NSW. For more information: www.greatsouthernnights.com.au
Rugby fans can rejoice – The Rugby Championship 2020 draw is out and NSW has secured five double-headers in the tournament between Australia, New Zealand, Argentina and South Africa. From Bankwest Stadium (Western Sydney) and McDonald Jones Stadium (Newcastle) to the closer, the iconic Bledisloe Cup match at Stadium Australia, all eyes will be on NSW for the blockbuster action. For information visit: https://australia.rugby/
The NSW Government is calling on all NSW residents to be a COVID safe tourist in their own backyard and support local businesses by booking tours, attending events and visiting attractions. Every hotel stay, every meal, every interaction with a NSW business makes a difference. To identify tourism experiences across NSW visit www.lovensw.com.au or for experiences on offer across the CBD and Greater Sydney visit www.sydney.com