Kangaroo Valley Kayaks is located at Kangaroo Valley Holiday Park, offering a Kayaking and Canoeing adventure of the Kangaroo River. Kayak under the famous Hampden Bridge, check out the native flora and fauna, soak up the sun, have some fun, all whilst kayaking with Kangaroo Valley Kayaks.
Things to See & Do
Kangaroo Valley has so much to offer there should be something to suit everyone! Immerse yourself in nature and have an adventure. Soak up some music at festival time or visit a gallery. If food is you’re thing, take a class or enjoy the local produce, or fill up at a yummy cafe. Explore pioneer history in the village and museum or browse the shops for treats or gifts.
Yarrawa Estate was established in 1998 by Mark and Sue Foster. Over the next two years a diverse range of crops was planted including wine and table grapes,walnuts,pecans, macadamias,citrus,Chinese raisin trees,avocado and kiwi fruit. The first wine vintage was released in 2002 and the Cellar Door opened for business.
Make the most of your time in the valley. Enjoy a private yoga session on your deck, looking over the valley views and nourish yourself - stretch and relax, breathe and de stress. Rose Andrews is a highly experienced yoga teacher who will come to your holiday house, provide equipment and customise a yoga session to suit you.
Positively supporting Kangaroo Valley, The Shoalhaven and the Southern Highlands agriculture, healthier communities and more sustainable food choices direct from the growers. Meat, fruit, vegetables, herbs, eggs, jams, pickles, pastries, cakes, local honey, biscuits, olive oil, and lots more! Free local live music!
The Kangaroo Valley show includes traditional competitions such as the Dairy and Beef judging; Show Jumping, the Horse Class Judging , the Poultry Pavilion, the Wood Chopping, the Champion Dog Show and of course The Grand Parade. There are the favourites such as the Children’s Bicycle races, Pet show, Dog Races, Tug o’ War, Talent Quest and for the willing, the Iron Person event. For the young at heart we again have rides, carnival games, showbags, a variety of cuisine and other stalls to choose from.
About 1 hectare is dedicated to the Pioneer Settlement Museum, barbeque, parking and toilet facilities. The buildings are built to the standards of the late 19th and early 20th centuries and stocked with artefacts from that era.
The museum has talking history and visual displays. Visit the dairy, forge, school house, settler’s cottage, Archie Chittick Museum, war remembrance room and much more.
Another 7 hectares of natural bushland is available for bushwalking along designated tracks.