Toronto NSW, Australia

Toronto NSW, Australia

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 361 vacation rentals near Toronto. From 209 houses to 58 apartments, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Toronto for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Aussie Toronto lives up to its namesake

At a glance, it’s easy to see why many people once referred to Toronto as Australia’s own Riviera. With the sparkling Toronto Bay waters in the distance, lovely landscapes at every turn, and a postcard-perfect setting, it’s the ideal spot for an unforgetable getaway. The lively area was named for the Canadian city, and offers a bit of something for everyone, from nature enthusiasts to families to shopping junkies. When you book a Toronto vacation rental, you’ll always be mere steps from vibrant activity and gorgeous scenery.

Toronto is gorgeous, that’s for shore

If you have an affinity for nature, you can probably fill your entire visit with outdoor activities. Stroll alongside the foreshore at the lake and you may spot a dolphin in the early morning. Festivals are held throughout the year, so no matter when you book your Toronto vacation rental you’re likely to encounter a lively event. The most popular, Lake Fest, celebrates the area’s rich maritime culture. If you love to shop, a stroll along the Boulevarde is a must—there are plenty of big-name businesses and charming boutiques lining the road.

Wine your way through historic Toronto

Once you book your Toronto vacation rental, you'd be wise to plan a quick jaunt to the Hunter Valley, the oldest wine region in Australia, for a fascinating tour. Toronto is home to several historic landmarks, too, including the storied Dobell House. Owned by the late artist, Sir William Dobell, the home today honors his works through a series of exquisite exhibits. Art lovers will also appreciate the lakeside City Art Gallery. For better insight into the area, the Lake Macquarie and District Museum, housed in the city’s former railway station, is filled with fascinating displays of old Toronto life.

The answer is blowin’ in the wind

Summer in Toronto is a treat, with highs averaging just shy of 80 degrees during the hottest periods. Overall, it's balmy and pleasant, and the sun shines year round. That said, it’s one of the absolute windiest cities in all of Australia—in other words, pack a hat and a jacket, at the very least. Winter gets cool without really feeling desperately cold, but those winds do their job well and you’ll likely need a sweater and cozy scarf to see you through. Highs top out at around 60 degrees on the most brisk days of the year.

The salty waters of Australian paradise

Along the western shore of Lake Macquarie, Toronto is undeniably beautiful. It’s a nature lover’s paradise, what with its commanding views of Mount Sugarloaf and its lovely salt waters. Avid fishermen flock here to catch a wide range of marine life, while landlubbers can enjoy the scenic views along Awaba Bay Foreshore Walk. If you’re around in the early morning, you may hear the birds call out, witness frogs and kookaburras, perhaps even spot a sea eagle soaring above. Swampy and forested areas coexist peacefully here, too.