Kangaroo Valley is between Mossvale and Nowra, about 150km or two hours southwest of Sydney and approx 200 km northeast of Canberra. The village of Kangaroo Valley is National Trust-listed, and home to the oldest suspension bridge in Australia, the sandstone Hampden Bridge.
Kangaroo Valley is enclosed between the Cambewarra and Barrengarry Mountains in the NSW Southern Highlands. All flora, fauna, Aboriginal sites and rock formations within the National Park are protected.
- Kangaroo Valley Pioneer Museum Park Historical Settlement depicting farm life in the second half of the 19th and early 20th century.
- Kangaroo Valley Tourist Association has details of transport, history