Things to do

Kangaroo Valley

There are many tourism activities and attractions in beautiful Kangaroo Valley, and we hope you enjoy discovering the various visitor attractions, activities and services available in our region of the NSW South Coast. We're also close to Berry and the Southern Highlands, so why not enjoy a scenic drive?

From active pursuits such as horse riding, canoeing and golf, to a leisurely stroll through the village shops, or attending the regular markets, you'll find something to do in Kangaroo Valley.

Horse Riding

Ride along the mountain trails through beautiful rainforest. Healthy, happy horses, excellent equipment. Geoff loves this mountain and shares his knowledge of the plants & animals.


The best kayaking and canoeing in Australia. Paddle the pristine waters and enjoy the abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery in Kangaroo Valley. Latest equipment and expert advice.

Eating Out

There’s a variety of cafés, restaurants and a historic pub to choose from in Kangaroo Valley. Whether you’re after coffee and cake, delicious lunch or a romantic dinner.


Pamper-Me, mobile massage, beauty and spa service, is based on the beautiful South Coast. Why not book a relaxation package during your stay at Cloudsong in Kangaroo Valley.

Bike Riding

Bring your own bike or hire a mountain bike in the village. Go mountain biking along quiet Kangaroo Valley country lanes or tackle the challenge of Australian National Park trails.


Walkers can follow the bush trails of the timber cutters’ drays up and over the escarpments to the rail at Berry or Robertson. The National Parks trails are all well marked with walking times.

Wine Tasting

Yarrawa Estate grows Chambourcin grapes, walnuts and lemons to produce award winning wines and liqueurs on a hillside overlooking the valley. A range of other local wines are also available.


Kangaroo Valley Golf Club has an 18 hole course designed by Jack Newton. It is surrounded by the beautiful escarpment and rainforest, and is one of the most beautiful courses.


Pioneer Museum is on the river beside the historic Hampden Bridge. Visitors can see buildings, machinery and household articles from the days when the valley was first settled.