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The weather in Kangaroo Valley
Find the Kangaroo Valley climate diagram. During January, maximum temperatures go up to more than 27° On the contrary, the coolest month is July. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is May.
Discover Hidden Treasures with Holiday Cottages in Kangaroo Valley
Tucked between the Barrengarry and Cambewarra mountains, Kangaroo Valley is still somewhat of a hidden gem in New South Wales, even though it is just a two-hour drive from Sydney. Considered among the most beautiful valleys in the country, it appeals to holidaymakers because of its gorgeous vineyards, rural landscapes, tranquil river, rainforests and outdoor activities like golf, canoeing and kayaking.
The idyllic country town is also home to galleries, historic structures and places to shop. Visit the wonderful Fitzroy Falls or take a bushwalk for the true Aussie experience. You can pick up holiday souvenirs from craft shops and boutiques or go wine tasting and explore the local markets. In Kangaroo Valley, there is always something to see and do but if you prefer you can just lie back and soak in the charm of this delightful place.
Charming little cottages and beautiful farmhouses are common in the residential properties in Kangaroo Valley and choosing to rent a holiday home in Kangaroo Valley is an excellent idea. Enjoy sightseeing around town and explore the many exciting delights of the valley during the day. Later, unwind in the comfort of your Kangaroo Valley holiday rental with your loved ones.
Gastronomic Delights in Kangaroo Valley
Pubs, restaurants and cafés are located all around the valley and fresh local produce is the highlight of meals here. Try the cheeseburger pie or brekkie pie at the award-winning Southern Pies, a bakery known for a variety of delightful pies with interesting combinations.
The General Café is another excellent place to head to at the start of your day. A country-home atmosphere, locally-sourced produce, home-made bread, spreads, cheese and delicious jams are what this inviting little café is all about. It is also ideal for picking up picnic supplies.
At the Friendly Inn you can feast on delectable Aussie favourites like schnitzel, seafood and steaks. Among the oldest pubs in the region, it has a full-service bar serving a wide range of wines and beers. With play areas for the kids, this pub offers every guest a good time.
Kangaroo Valley Attractions for Art and Culture Lovers
The Pioneer Village Museum is an interesting place for history lovers as well as family holidaymakers. Housed in a beautifully preserved 1865 farmhouse, it uses visual displays to depict pioneer settlement and farm life during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. There are barbecue facilities and bushwalking trails nearby.
If you want to take some original artwork home with you as a souvenir of Kangaroo Valley, the Galeria Aniela Fine Art Gallery and Sculpture Park is just the place to visit. Three exhibition rooms display contemporary sculptures and paintings by some of the most important artists in Australia from the post-WWII period to the current day.
The Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd is a lovely attraction for travellers interested in historic buildings and architecture. Designed by reputed American architect John Horbury Hunt, this church is a charming little brick building with a tiled roof and is noteworthy as his first independent building to be completed in Australia.
Things to Do Near Kangaroo Valley
Visit the 199,745-hectare Morton National Park in the Southern Highlands for some memorable bushwalking in its unspoilt wilderness. The scenic lookouts, gorgeous waterfalls and wide variety of activities make for a fun day out. Try mountain biking or hike to the famous Fitzroy Falls and enjoy a refreshing picnic lunch. Remember to carry a camera to capture the wonderful flora and other sights.
Berry, located around an hour’s drive away, is another lovely destination for an excursion from your Kangaroo Valley holiday rental. Brimming with heritage buildings, lush green hills, award-winning local restaurants and wineries, this country town has something for everyone. Go golfing or fishing and join a whale watching tour. Later, shop your heart out at a variety of stores or the Berry monthly markets.
Kangaroo Valley Festivals and Events
Over a whole weekend in May, the valley celebrates the Kangaroo Valley Arts Festival. Watch festival art shows and concerts by musicians performing both contemporary and classical music. Music bush walks, stalls selling local produce and the Sculpture in the Valley exhibition are amongst the other highlights of this annual festival.
Travellers visiting in late October can attend the Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival, a spectacular three-day celebration of dance, music, crafts and poetry. Visit the La Petite Grande, a mini circus tent where you can get close to the performers. The fun, relaxed atmosphere encapsulates the people of the valley as all ages get together to celebrate art and more.
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