Suburbs which are located in the state of New South Wales, Australia.
New South Wales is the Australian state located in the east coast of the country bordered by Queens land to the north, Victoria to the south, South Australia to the west and the Tasman sea to the east. NSW is the country's oldest, principals and most multi-ethnic state. New South Wales is the busiest state in Australia with an estimated population of 7.5 million. Sydney being the state capital of New South Wales accounts for 70% of the total population.
New South Wales experiences a bright climate with balmy winters and warm summers. The summer prevails from December to February with an average temperature of about 18-25 degrees Celsius and this is a great time to enjoy the scenic view of the beaches with colleagues and family members. However, in winter, the temperature hovers around 10 degrees Celsius during the months between June and August followed by spring season which lasts for two months. The highest rainfall recorded is in the month of June with nearly 132 mm.
New South Wales has some renowned and amazing tourist spot such as Sydney Opera House, Snowy Mountains, Byron Bay, Outback NSW etc.
The Gross Domestic product of the state is about $488 billion and it accounts for 33% of the Country’s total GDP. Some of the prominent industries include Mining, Industrial and transportation equipment, chemical and steel. The state exports major good like Coal, Aluminium, Refined petroleum, Copper ores, Medicament's, Iron ore, Wheat, Machinery and transport equipment's.