Livin' it up on the Pacific Coast
New South Wales, set against the Pacific Coast, is a surprising mix of gourmet food, breathtaking scenery and frolicking fun.
Sitting on the coastline between Sydney and Brisbane, the 930km stretch has something for all kinds of travellers, be they families, young singles, or new couples.
A slow drive would be one way to soak in the sights the Pacific coastline has to offer.
An almost continuous line of surf beaches, national parks and a hinterland of rolling green hills and rustic villages make this a great drive.
Starting from Sydney, a drive lasting about three days will take you along the Central Coast, Hunter Valley and Port Stephens.
Jalelah Abu Baker susses out some highlights. Also, look out for the next special on June 18.