Gateway to the Shoalhaven!
For places to stay and things to do in Kangaroo Valley go to
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Here is a detailed map of the VILLAGE.
Kangaroo Valley is both pretty and dramatic – remnants of rainforest cling to the steep escarpment, while the Kangaroo River and small creeks criss-cross the valley. It’s perfect for a short break where you’ll find all the right ingredients to relax and unwind at good cafés, galleries, pubs and outdoors. A great spot from which to admire this pretty valley is Belmore Falls, 8km south of Robertson in the Southern Highlands.
From Sydney, take the Hume Hwy and then follow the B73 road through Mittagong and Bowral to get to Kangaroo Valley. From Canberra, take the Hume Hwy north, follow the A48 through Moss Vale and then take the B73 through Fitzroy Falls. (See Google Maps for more detail)
When visiting Bistro One46 in Kangaroo Valley, you might like to enjoy any of the following activities:
TAKE A HIKE OR A BIKE! There are plenty of beautiful, natural bushwalks in Kangaroo Valley. Check out details of walks and rides at www.kvexplorer.com.au. If you don’t bring a bike, you can hire one from the canoe companies (see below)
Paddling up or down the Kangaroo River is an amazing way to see this gorgeous valley. There are three companies in KV who hire canoes. Contact them for more details.
VISIT THE WINERY Yarrawa Estate is the only cellar door winery in Kangaroo Valley. It has mature and interesting wines, some of which are served at Bistro One46. Open weekends & by appointment. (www.yarrawaestate.com)
REMEMBER OUR HISTORY Pioneer Museum in Kangaroo Valley : A visit to this Open Air Museum offers a rare insight into the pioneering days of Australia. Along with this is a saddlery, a dairy, a forge, a timber cutters hut, a bush school and many more, all set in a magnificent park with BBQ and toilet facilities. All buildings have wheelchair access. The children will love to cross the 72m swinging bridge which leads to 2 marked bushwalks on more than seven hectares of natural reserve.
KANGAROO VALLEY WOOD SHOP Kangaroo Valley Woodcrafts is Australia’s largest retailer of wooden rocking horses – even has wooden rocking koalas! A great place to find interesting gifts for special occasions. (http://www.kangaroovalleywoodcrafts.com.au)
KANGAROO VALLEY FUDGE HOUSE The KV Fudgehouse & Icecreamery takes you back to your childhood with a wide array of lollies, sweets and treats. They sell local preserves and fudge. (http://kangaroovalleyfudge.com.au/)
NOSTALIGIA FACTORY If you like antiques or nick-nacks, drop in at the Nostalgia Factory in the main street of Kangaroo Valley. They have something for everyone!
COOKING CLASSES Flavours of the Valley offer a great activity to do while you are in Kangaroo Valley. Wanting something different? try a cooking class in Kangaroo Valley – using local produce! http://www.flavoursofthevalley.com.au/