Feeling a little adventurous and want to see what Kangaroo Valley has to offer?
Here are our top picks…


Arts in the Valley holds a biennial arts festival in Kangaroo Valley. The next festival is in May 2021. In addition Arts in the Valley presents music concerts and visual arts events throughout the year. Since 2007, Arts in the Valley has brought some of the finest musicians, artists and writers in Australia to Kangaroo Valley for our concerts, exhibitions and festivals.

Sculpture in the Valley has also been held in a variety of private houses generously loaned for the occasion, often with views across the valley.

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The unique Hampden Bridge crosses the river near Kangaroo Valley Village and is worth a stop for photos alone. This iconic structure holds the waters of the Kangaroo and Shoalhaven Rivers and a paddle up either river leads to some stunning features and offers great fishing.


Discover our National Treasures in beautiful Kangaroo Valley’s historic pioneering community. Visit heritage listed building and stop in for a coffee or a counter meal at the iconic pub. Click here for more details.


Positively supporting Kangaroo Valley, The Shoalhaven, and the Southern Highlands agriculture, the markets are held on the second Saturday of every month, from 8am to 1pm on Moss Vale road.

You’ll find meat, locally grown fruit, vegetables and herbs, eggs, jams, pickles, pastries, cakes, local honey, biscuits, olive oil, and lots more! Plus free local live music!

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Whether your preference is a leisurely paddle down the pristine Kangaroo River or if you are seeking an exhilarating kayaking adventure, KVAC can assist you. Local bush and wildlife expert Mike Hayes operates guided canoe tours from Hampden bridge to Bendeela.

Includes expert tuition on local flora & fauna, experienced guide, fully equipped craft, PFD’s, safety on rapids.

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Kangaroo Valley has some fantastic freshwater fishing for species such as Australian Bass. Explore the waterways and cast a line yourself or go on a guided fishing trip. Kangaroo Valley is also only a short drive from the pristine waters of the South Coast which offers some great saltwater fishing action. Click here for more details.

Or you can guide yourself, all you need to do is purchase a fishing licence available at the Rural Supplies Store.
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Go on a free-wheelin’ tour and see  Kangaroo Valley on a Boom Trike. The tours are not cast in stone and your tour can be any length of time, any route or destination, roads permitting.

Custom tours can be arranged, talk to Mark about how long you want to ride and any particular area you want to cover, particularly the Shoalhaven and Wingecarribee regions. All safety gear supplied.

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Fitzroy Falls is one of many natural landmarks worth visiting in Kangaroo Valley. A journey here will reward by way of wildlife, walks, wild swimming and plenty of local flora and fauna. The waterfall itself is an easy five-minute stroll from the car park. Take a detour through the visitor centre on your way and learn about local history, wildlife and birdwatching, or undertake one of the Aboriginal Cultural Walks on offer.

Once you’re done, continue at your own pace to Fitzroy Falls. The marvel plunges over 80 metres into the valley below, splashing into the untouched bushland of Morton National Park. any to stretch their legs.


Surrounded by the beautiful Morton National Park Kangaroo Valley has some great walks on offer. From a leisurely stroll around the village or longer hikes through pristine bushland for the more adventurous there is something for everyone. Click here for bush track maps.

There are also Wildlife Walking Tours only a few minutes drive from the township of Kangaroo Valley including walks at dusk to spot the local inhabitants {such as Kangaroos, Wallabies, Echidnas, Wombats and birds} whilst learning interesting facts about these Aussie icons. Phone Eloise on 0427614903 for more details.


Kangaroo Valley Horses offer a unique riding experience for the complete beginner right through to experience rider. Qualified instructors focus on assisting riders to improve their seat and confidence. All rides commence with riding instruction. Riding Lessons, Camps & Equestrian Clinics are available throughout the year.

The trail rides take you deep into the tranquility of majestic rain forests, through flowing creeks and meandering trails, leading you into the beauty of the extraordinary Australian bush. Click here for more details


Kangaroo Valley is a beautiful location to explore by bike. Rather than worrying about bringing your own, Kangaroo Valley Adventure Company’s fleet of quality mountain bikes can be hired for self-guided trips or as part of a Hiking and Biking Adventure. Click here for more details.

If you have your own mountain bike, click here for trails, routes, and reports. Want to hire a bike, click here.


Experience for yourself one of the most enjoyable, yet challenging, golf courses in Australia. Designed by Jack Newton, Kangaroo Valley Golf Course is one of the most beautiful courses in the Southern Highlands.

The course provides the discerning golfer with 18 holes of enjoyment on the Championship 71 par course. Golfers at all levels are catered for with 4 different sets of tees allowing you to play from the tees that you are comfortable with and which suit your ability. Click here for more details.