Secret Spots In NSW To Enjoy Rosé This Spring

The warmer months automatically bring adventure into fruition, and what’s better than escaping the city or heading on a mini-getaway to explore what your surroundings have to offer? Whether it’s an elusive view on the outskirts of the city, tucked away from the tourist’s eye, or a hidden gem up the coast, we’ve gathered a range of ‘secret spots’ throughout NSW so you can get researching and plan your next adventure!

 

PSA rosé is to be included in all stages of your travels. Pour a refreshing glass when planning - to get the creative juices flowing and excitement brewing - and of course, bring a bottle to share when you reach your new destination for ultimate elation. Whether you’ve heard of these places or not, we can guarantee that they’re all certified stunning places to pop a bottle and enjoy a good view.

 Reservoir gardens

Paddington Reservoir Gardens, Sydney

The Paddington Reservoir is nestled right in the heart of Sydney’s Inner Eastern suburb of Paddington. The park is heritage listed and is situated below the main footpath, so it can be easily missed by those without a watchful eye. The space used to operate as a water reservoir in the 19th century but has since been converted into a site reminiscent of the ancient Baths of Caracalla in Rome and jazzed up with beautiful green gardens. The park is public; however, it often goes unnoticed as it’s relatively hidden away —a perfect spot to enjoy an afternoon sunset.

 Natural water fall.

Wattamolla Falls, Royal National Park

This beautiful gem within the Royal National Park boasts sparkling water, cliff jumps and lots of space to sit back and relax. Although it can get busy during the warmer months, we’d recommend heading to Wattamolla falls on a weekday to truly get the place to yourself. The water is perfect for snorkelling and swimming, and there’s a beach on the other side just in case you want to switch things up.

 

Flowing natural rock waterfall

Nellie’s Glen, Wollongong

Nellie’s Glen is a beautiful bushland swimming hole located in Budderoo National Park on the inland outskirts of Wollongong. Take a five-minute walk from Nellie’s Glen Picnic Area, and you will be rewarded with a serene waterhole and waterfall that’s deep enough for a frolic and a swim. Relax in the Eucalyptus Forest or visit the impressive Carrington Falls a mere 50m downstream.

 

The Promised Land, Bellingen

Located inland on the mid-north coast of NSW and around a 15-minute drive from the centre of Bellingen is the Never Never Creek, a beautiful and clear fresh-water body of water located in The Promised Land. Doesn’t it just sound magical? Brimming with life, the Promised Land offers many spots to swim, jump and try out numerous rope swings scattered around the area. It’s surrounded by lush bush, rolling mountains and enveloped in fresh, crisp air. Truly a magnificent place.

 

Emerald Beach, Coffs Coast

Just north of Coffs Harbour sits the small surf community of Emerald Beach. The area has three beaches to choose from - the main beach of Emerald, Shelly’s and Serenity - so if one beach is blown out it’s almost a guarantee that one of the others has got your back. Upon the beautiful headland is a congregating spot for local kangaroos and a stellar place to watch the surfers from above. A few highly-rated restaurants and café’s line the main road in case you get peckish.

 

 Bright Green Australian Lake

Bexhill Quarry, Bangalow

Bexhill Quarry is a bright blue water hole located on Bangalow Road in Bexhill. The water has a dazzling turquoise blue hue and appears to be the ultimate swimming spot. However, looks can be deceiving, and it’s not recommended that you swim here due to the high copper sulphate levels in the water. But it’s worth heading here just for the view and to check out the spectacle for yourself! Sit on the bank and enjoy the serenity.

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