Things to do in Kangaroo Valley

There are many tourism activities and attractions in beautiful Kangaroo Valley, and we hope you enjoy discovering the various visitor attractions, activities and services available in our region of the South Coast, NSW.

Pamper Me


Pamper-Me, mobile massage, beauty and spa service, is based in NSW on the beautiful South Coast . Travelling from the mountains to the sea, the Pamper Me team of professional therapists will bring to you the ultimate experience in relaxation and self indulgence.

 

http://www.pamper-me.com.au

Horse riding

Ride along the mountain trails through beautiful rain forest. Healthy, happy horses, excellent equipment. Geoff loves this mountain and will share his knowledge of the plants and animals with you.

Horse riding
http://www.kangaroovalleyhorseriding.com/
Canoeing

The best kayaking and canoeing in Australia. Paddle the pristine waters and enjoy the abundant wildlife in Kangaroo Valley. Latest equipment and expert advice. 


Biking

Either bring your own bike or hire a mountain bike in the village, and enjoy a ride along sealed country roads or mountain tracks.

Go mountain biking along quiet Kangaroo Valley country lanes or tackle the challenge of Australian National Park trails.

Biking
Wineries and cellar door

Yarrawa winery grows Chambourcin grapes, walnuts and lemons to produce award winning wines and liqueurs on a hillside with beautiful views over the valley. A range of wines from other local wineries is available. Enjoy an afternoon tasting and talking about food and wine.

Wineries and cellar door
http://www.yarrawaestate.com/
Bush Walking

Kangaroo Valley has a long agricultural history and walkers can follow the bush trails of the timber cutters' drays and the butter trails up and over the escarpments to the rail at Berry or Robertson. The National Parks trails are all well marked with grades and walking times. Carbon neutral Kangaroo Valley loves walkers. There are trails for all grades .. Maps are available at the INFORMATION CENTRE AT THE FUDGE SHOP.

Bush walking
Fishing

There are great places to fish in Kangaroo Valley at Tallowa Dam, Bendeela Picnic Ground and Kangaroo River. A fresh water fishing license is required and is available from Kangaroo Valley Rural Supplies and Canoe and Kayak Safaris. Fishing gear, bait ad hampers can be hired or purchased from Rural Supplies

Fishing
Golfing

Kangaroo Valley Golf Club has an 18 hole course designed by Jack Newton. It is surrounded by the beautiful escarpment and rainforest.

Golfing
http://www.kangaroovalleygolf.com/
Historical Places

Pioneer Museum Park is on the river beside the historic  Hampden Bridge. Visitors can see buildings, machinery and household and personal articles from the days when the valley was first settled.

Historical places
http://www.kangaroovalleymuseum.com/
Swimming

There are safe swimming places at Hampden Bridge and at Bendeela Campground and the Community Swimming Pool in the village is open during the summer months.

Bird Watching

Bird watching is a joy in Kangaroo Valley whether from the windows of your accommodation or secreted in a hide, you will have many species to watch. Lyre birds cross your path on early morning walks,  and King Parrots, Rosellas and Black and Sulphur Crested Cockatoos are always present and  blue drinking straws and blue pegs let you know just where the Bower birds are.

Bird watching
Olives

Kangaroo Valley Olives is a small, boutique olive producer, made up of Kangaroo Valley locals. Our beautiful whole olives come from our own groves and are processed in our dedicated processing plant, right here in the valley.

http://www.kangaroovalleyolives.com.au

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