THINGS TO DO IN KANGAROO VALLEY

  • Hire bikes and helmets and head for the country lanes through enchanting farmland, with cows and horses coming up to the fences to say hello.
  • Kayak down the Kangaroo River or the Shoalhaven Gorge, where you will see water dragons and wedge tailed eagles.
  • The Pioneer Museum is a great place to get in touch with the valley’s pioneers. It consists of original buildings you can walk through. The Museum also has a fabulous Anzac display and a beautiful bushwalk.
  • Fiztroy Falls waterfall and lookout has superb views over the Kangaroo Valley landscape.
  • The Man from Kangaroo Valley horse trek is a great way to see the rainforest. Ride up to the top of the escarpment for wonderful views of Lake Yurrunga.
  • Drawing Room Rocks bushwalk is a must do for the reasonably fit, and there are plenty of walks for the not so fit to enjoy too.
  • Kangaroo Valley village has a selection of individual shops – including woodcraft, nostalgia, craft and books.
  • Then there is Flavours in the Valley cooking courses from Italian to Moroccan; they are very popular to enjoy as a group or individually while your partner plays golf at the Kangaroo Valley Golf Club, fishing or takes a trip to the International Cricket Hall of Fame in Bowral.
  • Upper Kangaroo River Road is a lovely drive through the countryside with a small vineyard Yarrawa Estate tucked away with gorgeous views across the valley.

THINGS TO DO IN THE SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS AND SOUTH COAST

  • Jervis Bay is home to a pod of more than seventy Bottlenose dolphins who love to ride the bow-wave so you will be guaranteed an encounter. Whale watching season is June to November. Jervis Bay also has great cafes plus a wonderful playground and park by the beach.
  • Minnamurra Rainforest and the Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk are a great day out – spectacular rainforest and coastal views from the raised walkways at the Fly, and a beautiful waterfall and rainforest walk at Minnamurra.
  • Gerroa and Gerringong both have long sweeping beaches to walk, and Werri Beach is a surf beach with an excellent fish and chip shop right on the beach. We have boogie boards, beach towels and sunscreen for you to use.
  • Visit fabulous Booderee National Park jointly managed by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community with pristine beaches, sublime walks, botanical gardens and Aboriginal storytelling and crafts.
  • Enjoy a 15 minute scenic drive to the neighbouring village of Berry with its markets, shops and cultural events.
  • Further afield is the historic village of Milton an hour away – with great shops and excellent cafes.
  • The Southern Highlands has some great lookouts and waterfalls

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