Illawarra and South Coast tourism operators and experiences feature prominently in Destination NSW's new list of top travel adventures.
213 Ways to Reboot 2020 in NSW gives people ideas on how they can make the most of the 213 days that remain this year following the lifting of travel bans on June 1.
It also encourages visitors to drive from Sydney to the South Coast via Grand Pacific Drive and Sea Cliff Bridge.
For an art and culture experience it suggests a visit to the most digitally advanced planetarium in Australia at Science Space, Wollongong.
Animal encounter experiences include swimming with whales on the Humpback Highway at Dive Jervis Bay and swimming, snorkeling and diving with seals around Montague Island.
Food and wine experiences include enjoying freshly shucked Sydney Rock oysters straight from the farm gate on the South Coast.
And for an Aboriginal experience try an immersive cultural tour run by Ngaran Ngaran Cultural Awareness at Narooma to learn about the Yuin people and dreamtime stories of Mount Gulaga.
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- Wings Over Illawarra locked in for November 7 and 8 as planning for the annual air show gathers pace
- Tourism body promotes the importance of indigenous culture during National Reconciliation Week
- A Gerringong business that sources local organic produce for visitors to the region will keep evolving when they return