There are many heritage listed buildings in the village of Kangaroo Valley, and plenty of art galleries, boutique gift shops, cafes and restaurants to keep you busy.
Pioneer Museum Park is an authentic historical settlement depicting farm life in the 19th and early 20th centuries, a must for all visitors to Kangaroo Valley.
Stroll over the famous Hampden Bridge. The oldest suspension bridge in Australia, which was opened in 1898. It is Kangaroo Valley’s most famous landmark.
Visit the beautiful Morton National Park. There are many stunning areas in the northern part of the park, one of the most popular being Fitzroy Falls, only 15 minutes away. Here the falls plunge more than 80 metres over the sand stonecliffs into the rainforest below. There are walking trails to suit all ages and levels of fitness. Belmore Falls is another popular spot.
Take a drive up to Cambewarra Lookout. The turnoff for this is well marked on the main road to Nowra. From the lookout you will be treated to one of the best views of the South Coast that you will ever see. There are also Tea Rooms that serve light snacks and Devonshire Teas.