PressPort logo Announces Room Availability In Sydney, Australia for the 2012 Year's End Holiday And Event Season

Press release August 9, 2012 Tourism announces instant confirmed accommodation bookings for Sydney, Australia and the New South Wales Region during the 2012 Holiday and New Year season. With over eleven million visitors in 2011 Sydney has becoming a global holiday destination of choice.

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With over eleven million visitors in 2011 Sydney is becoming a global holiday destination of choice, and NSW continues to be the number one State for total visitor nights, visitor numbers and visitor expenditure in Australia with much of it centered on the holiday season. has instantly confirmed deep-discounted rooms available in all the Sydney markets to suit every traveler’s needs. Luxury and mid-priced Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, or Serviced Apartments, is ready to offer the low prices Internet rates with absolutely no hidden costs. Instantly confirmed, guests only pay the listed price.

Traveler’s statistics have shown a steady interest and love for Sydney, Australia. With 1.4 million international visitors in 2011 and 7.8 domestic visitors Sydney is the number one destination in Australia. People are flocking to Sydney not just to visit its iconic Sydney Opera House, but to enjoy its varied cuisine, art, concerts, festivals, shopping, sightseeing, beaches, and sports.

Cultural holidays rank high for the city and its surrounding area. Visitors to Sydney enjoy attending the theatre, concerts or other performing arts; visit museum or art galleries; visit art, craft workshops or studios; attend festivals, fairs, or cultural events; experience Aboriginal art, craft and cultural displays; visit an Aboriginal site or community; visit historical heritage buildings, sites or monuments. can instantly book rooms close to all of these events, attractions and venues.

Wine Tourism is one of the biggest draws for visitors to  the Hunter Valley and Mudgee wine regions and is considered to be high on the list of must things to do when visiting NSW. Of all the visitors to NSW in 2011 1.5 million were there for the wine, touring wineries and tasting the local wines while enjoying the great Australian menus being offered at the wineries. It has fast become a holiday habit for many. Whether it’s to visit wine and food festivals, competitions or trade shows is can accommodate the Sydney NSW visitor as very affordable rates and with instantly confirmed reservations that do not include any hidden costs.  loves Australia’s vast and picturesque scenic landscape and natural habitat that is at Sydney’s doorstep, and Nature Tourism is just one more reason travelers see it as a premier destination.  The Northern Rivers region is a big draw for the international visitors who love to engage in a nature based activity, with the Blue Mountains coming in a close second and the Illawarra sub-region and Mid North Coast right on their heels in popularity. Nature based visitors to these destinations enjoy bushwalking or rainforest walks; they visit national or State parks; whale and dolphin watch; visit botanical and public gardens; visit farms as well as sunbath at the beach.

If sports is your thing encourages you to register now to join over 35,000 other enthusiasts on Sunday 16 September who will compete in the Sydney 9 Km Harbour Bridge Run, or if you like to go the full distance invites you to participate in one of the world's most scenic marathon courses, taking in some of Sydney's most spectacular and historic landmarks including the Harbour Bridge and Opera House - the Blackmores Sydney Marathon of 42+ Km. Both of these events, along with Blackmores Half Marathon and the Sunday Telegraph’s 3.6 KM Family Fun Run are all apart of Blackmores Sydney Running festival.

If running just isn’t your thing the Sydney/NSW area will soon be hosting (all in 2012 unless otherwise noted):

  • Sydney Scooter Expo: 22-23rd      September
  • Cabramatta Moon Festival 2012: 23      September
  • 2012 Sydney International      GymFest: 26-30 September
  • The Sydney International Food      Festival: the entire month of October
  • Strathfield Food Festival of      Asian Flavors: 28 October
  • Sydney Blues & Roots      Festival: 25-28 October
  • Sydney Fringe Festival: 7-30      September
  • Darling Harbour Fiesta: 6-7 October
  • Hunter Valley Harvest Festival:      May – June yearly
  • Upper Hunter Wine and Food      Affair – yearly the 1st Saturday in May 2013
  • Hunter Valley Uncorked at      Balmoral Beach: 4 November
  • 34th Anniversary 2012 Gay &      Lesbian Mardi Gras: throughout March 2013
  • Scone & Upper Hunter Horse      Festival: 3-19 May 2013
  • Scone – Professional Bull Riders      Event: 13 October 2012
  • Aberdeen Highland Game: 6 July      2013
  • Eden Whale Festival: 3-4      November
  • Jaxx in the Vines Hunter Valley:      27 October
  • Murray River International Music      Festiva: January 2013
  • Mildura Jazz Food and Wine      Festival: 2-5 November

Whatever you may choose to do, and wherever it may be, can get you instantly confirmed, deep-discounted rates with no hidden fees. Check it out now.


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