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SO YOU HAVE SEEN THE KANGAROOS, WHAT ELSE IS THERE TO DO?

Lots, actually. This is just a taste of the ways to pleasantly pass your time in and around Kangaroo Valley.

Check the Kangaroo Valley Tourist Association website for up to date information on what is going on.

 

But wait, there's more...

 

From waterfalls and wildflower walks to bike rides and picnic spots, National Parks has a delightful list of things to do.

This is a link to info and activities in Morton National Park (our neighbour)

And this is a link to specificially bike riding from Fitzroy Falls to Kangaroo Valley.


Want to see Kantagoo Valley from the water? The kayaking and canoeing drop off point is usually Bendeela 5 minutes from Moosewood.

There are a number of fully equipped canoe or kayaking safaris of varying durations to be done via kangaroo valley safaris. If you prefer to just explore by yourself, hire one of their kayaks or canoes and ask for it to be dropped off at Bendeela ready for you to collect.

Horse ride or learn about horses, hands on, no matter what age or experience.

The Man from Kangaroo Valley offers trail rides and horsemanship lessons. Thoroughly recommended. PUT NEXT DOOR


Bike ride (bike hire here if necessary)

There are some fantastic road and mountain bike rides. Fitzoy Falls to Kangaroo Valley is a favourite of ours. Also the track to Beehive Point which is out of our gate, turn right, past Man From Kangaroo Valley into the Morton National Park.




A little further afield. You can easily visit these places for a day trip:

Places to eat

The Friendly Inn in KV has pub food is standard pub grub. Good steak and chips and fish and chips etc. The garden is lovely and has a new petanque court and kids play equipment. It's a meeting place for locals.