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Have you ever wondered what the 100 must see places in Australia are or what destination should be your next weekend getaway? Now you can find a quick getaway in Jennifer Adams and Clint Bizzell’s new book, Australia’s Top 100 Places To Go – The Ultimate Bucket List.

With the help of the Australian public and over 3,500 public submissions, Australia’s Top 100 Places To Go – The Ultimate Bucket List features all the must see destinations in Australia before you die.

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Organised into chapters by state and territory, the book is easy to use with a bright, modern design featuring many photos from Jen and Clint’s own travels. Each page offers information on the destination, a ‘What to do’ list or ‘Did you know?’ section, and quotes from Jen and Clint, and public voters. There’s even a map of Australia at the front of the book with the top 100 places pinpointed, so you can tick off the ones you’ve visited and make sure to see the rest.

Jennifer Adams’s favourite places in New South Wales:

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Jervis Bay – We absolutely love Jervis Bay. Situated on the water and beautifully framed by the surrounding national park, the whole region has a simplicity about it. With clear waters and white sandy beaches (considered to be some of the best in the country) it has summer holidays written all over it. We particularly loved heading out on a boat ride to the marine park and being surrounded by resident bottlenose dolphins. The bay’s seaside villages (including the main town of Huskisson), markets, coastal forests, walks and wineries offer plenty of other wonderful reasons to visit too!

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Jindabyne – Head to ‘Man from Snowy River' country for an wilderness getaway in Jindabyne, the gateway to the alpine paradise of Kosciuszko National Park in the Snowy Mountains. On the banks of beautiful Lake Jindabyne, it’s an adventure lover's paradise. On the lake itself, our favourite pastime is kayaking or canoeing, paddling over what was the original town of Jindabyne, which was flooded and relocated in the 1960s to make way for the Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme.

You can ski at the alpine resorts of Thredbo and Perisher in winter, or go horse riding with the wild brumbies at a breathtaking sanctuary in the foothills.

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Australia’s Top 100 Places to Go – The Ultimate Bucket List by Jennifer Adams & Clint Bizzell from Places We Go, published by Explore Australia Publishing, RRP $34.95

Photos are copyright and Sydney Chic has permission to republish by the Authors & Publisher.

All photos are credited to: Places We Go.

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