Our family favourite must-do’s for the young {or young at heart} when you visit barranca…

FEED THE ANIMALS

Every morning at 8am you’re more than welcome to come and help feed barranca’s animals breakfast.

Horses, donkeys, and pigs – if you’re an animal lover, it’s your chance to get up close with our farm family.

Check-in with our caretakers when you arrive for more details.

HANG OUT AT ‘SWEET AS’

Sweet As Kangaroo Valley has been a ‘must-visit’ destination for all things delicious and sweet for over 20 years. It’s a truly sweet experience.

The lolly shop offers a wide range of sweets, cult confectionery, chocolate, gelato, fudge and gifts.

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VISIT THE PIONEER VILLAGE MUSEUM

The Pioneer Village Museum is a place of learning and fun for the whole family.

Most of the exhibits can be observed from close range, some items can even be touched, like the hand-operated water pump or the wishing well.

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WALK ACROSS THE GEORGE WALKER SUSPENSION BRIDGE

This suspension footbridge is a jewel in the Museum park. It was officially opened in July 1977 by the Premier of NSW, the Honourable Neville Wran. The bridge is 72 m long and spans a deep gorge. Local volunteers relocated the bridge from the Walker’s property at Broger’s Creek and to its present location at Pioneer Museum Park. The dairy farmer George Walker originally built the bridge on his own with the help of the local blacksmith.

Today kids love running across the bridge and feeling the swing. Click here for more details.

TAKE A TRIP TO THE KANGAROO VALLEY FUDGE HOUSE

A trip to the Fudge House is a must for the whole family.  The multi-award-winning fudge, which is handmade the old-fashioned way, is the best you’ll ever taste and makes the perfect take-home souvenir to help you remember your trip.

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