With beautiful morning mists, a patchwork of farmland, Australia’s last surviving wooden suspension bridge and rainforest spilling down the escarpment, there’s something quite magical about Kangaroo Valley. Go kayaking, bushwalk to stunning waterfalls, enjoy a waterside picnic at Tallowa Dam and uncover top foodie experiences.
Kangaroo Valley is known for its pies. Stop by the Kangaroo Valley Pie Shop and Kangaroo Valley Bakehouse for freshly made baked treats. For dessert, visit the Kangaroo Valley Fudge House and Ice Creamery or Sweet As Kangaroo Valley for locally made fudge and lollies.
Take a short drive to Upper Kangaroo River for wine tasting and a cheese platter at Yarrawa Estate, and to buy seasonal farm produce. Sample delicious local olives and olive oil at Kangaroo Valley Olives. You can also hone your culinary skills at Flavours of the Valley, a cooking school that uses local produce.
Kangaroo Valley Bakehouse, Kangaroo Valley
Where to stay & when to visit
Accommodation in Kangaroo Valley ranges from luxury spa retreats to holiday cottages and campgrounds. For a luxurious visit, check in to Barranca's private villas, framed by bush in a picturesque valley. Want to get back to nature? Aframe Kangaroo Valley is a rustic retreat sheltered to the east and west by Morton National Park.
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