DOZENS of Central West tourism sites have been featured in a statewide campaign launched to get people out travelling again.
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Since travel restrictions were lifted in NSW on June 1, accommodation providers and visitors across the site have been welcoming back guests.
The campaign, called 213 Ways to Reboot 2020 in NSW, urges people to make the most of the 213 days that remain in the year once travel bans were lifted.
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In the Central West wine, food, nature, adventure, culture, family fun and great places to stay are among the featured entries.
Truffle hunting in Oberon, wine tasting or luxury glamping in Orange, running a 'hot lap' on the world renowned Mount Panorama circuit or exploring the exquisite Japanese Gardens in Cowra are all included.
For the adventurous, a Zoofari at Taronga Western Plains is the unforgettable safari experience where you can spend the night in a lodge on the edge of a vast savannah where giraffes, zebras and rhinos roam.
Destination NSW chief executive officer Steve Cox the extensive list of destinations across the state will help you reboot 2020 "one adventure at a time".
"The end of travel restrictions in NSW signals the start of an important new chapter for us to get out there and love NSW once again, to visit as many of the incredible towns, sights and experiences that the state offers," he said.
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Destinations are split up into six categories so you can easily find the type of holiday you are looking for, they include: Only in NSW, animal encounters, outdoor adventures, food and wine, art and culture, and Aboriginal experiences.
He said 213 Ways to Reboot NSW in 2020 was the ultimate source of information and inspiration for anyone planning to travel within or to NSW, showcasing travel experiences which are continually ranked highly by global travel guides and travellers.
"Now's the time to get out there and make up for lost time - jump online and find the NSW adventures that are right for you, book them in and reboot your 2020," Mr Cox said.
The guide features more than 102 NSW destinations, 131 operators, 37 hotels and other accommodations, 28 national parks, 19 animal encounters and more, feature as part of the stellar line-up.
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