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Located two hours south of Sydney, Kangaroo Valley features over eighty kilometers of river suitable for all types of Kayaking and Canoeing. Kangaroo Valley Safaris are located on the north side of the famous Hampden Bridge, Kangaroo Valley, NSW

Kangaroo Valley Safaris base for overnight trips :
2210 Moss Vale Rd Barrengarry 2577

Shop and office for day hire:
2031 Moss Vale Rd Kangaroo Valley 2577 

Directions to Kangaroo Valley Safaris from Sydney.

The Hume Highway (M5) is much more direct than the coast road. Follow these directions and it will take you 2 hours to get here Come down the Hume Highway towards Canberra, Take the Mittagong exit…….Go to Bowral. From Bowral follow the signs to Nowra (do not go to Moss Vale). This is the Sheepwash Road. This road will take you past Fitzroy falls. You will come down Barrengarry Mountain. Once you are at the bottom of the mountain you will see us 3 klms on the left. Look for the big Kangaroo Valley Safaris sign at our gate. If you get to Hampden Bridge you have gone 1.5 klm too far.

Directions From Canberra.

Motor up the Hume highway toward Sydney. Take the Moss Vale exit on to the Illawarra Highway Drive to Moss Vale. Through the main street approx 2 klm. Turn right at roundabout, still sign posted Illawarra Hwy. Three klms. Along turn right Follow the signs to Nowra and Fitzroy falls As you travel along this road it becomes signposted To Kangaroo Valley. The road will take you past Fitzroy Falls. You will come down Barrengarry Mountain. At the bottom of the mountain travel 3klms, you will see the sign for Kangaroo Valley Safaris at our front gate. If you get to Hampden Bridge you have gone 5 minutes too far.



Just came back from an overnight trip. Seven of us went. The canoes hold everything you could ever need. Kangaroo Valley Safari’s are very professional and you can tell they have  doing this for many years. There are no motor boats on the river and despite it being a long weekend it was very easy to find a spot to camp where we had the river to ourselves. Would highly recommend.

Such a gorgeous part of the world! Martin and Nick are great guides and will make sure they set you off with the wind at your back and everything you need to know about energy efficient kayaking. It’s a great adventure to kayak and camp. You’ll need a canoe if you want to take an eski. The Gorge is special. Highly recommended. January 2024

— Julie and Megan | January 2018
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