Kangaroo Valley CABN
Nestled on the edge of the Cambewarra Ranges on the edge of the Kangaroo Valley, Abundant wildlife includes Wombats of all shapes and sizes, a few families of echidnas, Kangaroos at dawn and dusk, endless Kookaburras and other birds, and an inquisitive mischievous Lyrebird named David (who mimics everything from a chainsaw to a rhythm and blues harmonica). There’s a dam stocked with native yabbies (beautiful eating if you can catch them) and frogs (probably less so – but we haven’t yet tried) and frequent visits from the neighbouring farmer’s sheep and cows. The property covers 140 acres along the escarpment and ranges and has numerous vantage points to the valley below.
There is so much to see and do in the Kangaroo Valley. Read more in our handy guide here.