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South Coast Leisure Times : Summer 2013-14
Kangaroo Valley 26 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au australian made At the Kangaroo Valley Woodcrafts there are fine samples of workmanship you won't find anywhere else. A range of real Australiana souvenirs and décor. For the kids, there's a new range of educational handmade/cut out Gallah puzzles along with toys, cubby furniture, traditional toys such as hobby horses, toy garages, farms, wooden trains, and one of Australia's largest range of rocking horses and dolls' houses. y y p making toys and rocking horses. Cambewarra Lo okout 1930s summer in the valley Kangaroo Valley has all the ingredients for a good day out destination, quality cafes to suit all palates, intriguing shops of collectables and gifts, books, pies, history or book into the valley for a few days and take it all in. Bushwalking, kayaking, horseriding, golf, bike riding, it's all there for you. Surrounded by spectacular, pure nature, you will love it! www.visitkangaroovalley.com.au how things have changed Set high above Nowra with views over Jervis Bay down to Ulladulla, this historic teahouse, now a gourmet café, is an utterly wonderful experience. With a new look, fresh food menu, great coffee, fresh scones and homemade jam, even gourmet milkshakes. Guests can dine in comfort, alfresco on the deck or indoors, all with the spectacular views.The display of historic information is a good reminder of the old days. The Lookout is a not to be missed experience, give yourself plenty of time, there is lots to take in. the friendly pub A visit to a country town is not complete until you have visited the local pub, and the Friendly Inn is a classic.You can choose from a large selection of ice cold beers, catch up with what's happening with the barmaid or relax in the large beer garden, plenty of room for the kids to play. For the adults there is the Petanque pitch, the boules are available over the bar, the local vegetable growers are harvesting their 5,000 garlic crop, you might be able to buy some. The kitchen is renowned for great lunch specials and creative alarcart menu. Fireworks on New Years Eve is a big event, music starts in the beer garden at 7pm along with a charity sausage sizzle. Fireworks start at 8.30.The pub rocks to live music every Saturday night. Interesting shopping in theValley Kangaroo Valley Woodcrafts A • G 2366930 332370659 The Lookout Cambewarra Mountain Gourmet café verandah dining glorious views open 7 days Mon to Fri 9:30 -- 4:30 Sat & Sun from 8:00am 1 Cambewarra Lookout Rd Beaumont 4465 1321 (off McDonalds roundabout Bomaderry) historic lookout & cafe 332372815