The coastline of Australia's state of New South Wales is enormous - it's over 2.1k km (a bit over 1.3k mi.) from the border with Queensland to the north to the southern border with Victoria. Virtually all of the major coastal towns and cities lie in Sydney and points north. That leaves many hundreds of km/mi of coastline with few population centers of any size. In this drone video from Andyhutchinson, you will get a bird's eye view of some of the beautiful but virtually unknown spots along the southern NSW coastline.