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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2015
a magnificent outlook Set high on Cambewarra Mountain between Nowra and Kangaroo Valley, this historic teahouse, now a fully licenced gourmet café, is an utterly wonderful experience.There’s 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 oftheolddays. TheLookoutis a not to be missed experience, give yourself plenty of time, there is lots to take in. Dine on the deck at the lookout. Kangaroo Valley www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 23 Moss Vale Rd, Kangaroo Valley Phone: 02 4465 1877 • Fax: 02 4465 1413 RELAX PIONEER MOTEL PIONEER MOTEL • Modern facilities • Rated HHHH • Underground parking • Swimming pool • Easy stroll to a variety of shops and cafes in a country village in the heart of the Valley ... AW1320034 • Feel the 1800s & see buildings and rooms full of pioneer fashions & items • Picnic grounds • BBQs • Rainforest & river gorge bushwalks Open Sat, Sun & Mon • Public & all School Holidays Call to confirm seasonal opening hours Ph 4465 1306 www.kangaroovalleymuseum.com AW1456948 P: 4446 0509 www.barefootsprings.com.au • Breathtaking views over the Shoalhaven coastline • Three luxury Studio Cottages • Double spa, log fire & kitchenette • Queen Room with en-suite in the main house • Fabulous cooked breakfasts & gourmet dinners • Beautiful gardens - enjoy native birds & wildlife AW1323355 Barefoot Springs B&B Cambewarra Mountain HHHHII Arts in the Valley is an intimate festival of music, sculpture and art held at various venues in Kangaroo Valley from Friday May 1 to Sunday May 3. Some of Australia’s most respected musicians including Leonard & Slava Grigoryan, Simon Tedeschi and David Pereira &TimothyYoung will perforrm. Visual artists will also showcase their talents in a diverse program of events. ‘The Willows’ at 198 Grahams Road, with grandstand views of the escarpment, is the new venue for the festival’s signature event, Sculpture in the Valley featuring indoor and outdoor sculpture. Open 10am - 4pm during the three days - all works are for sale. A café will be operating for light refreshments and visitors are welcome to picnic on the lawn. ABC commentator, Peter Wilkins, will launch the exhibition at 11am on Saturday, May 2. ‘The Willows’ is just 4 kms from the village and offers easy access and unlimited parking. Organisers expect over 100 entries and the prize money now totals $20,000. A Photographic Competition, with pictures t aken at the exhibition, will add a fun element to the exhibition and is open to all those attending Sculpture in the Valley. For more information www.artsinthevalley.net.au/sculpture or phone 0467 209 819 music, art & sculpture in the valley The Willows. The Red Ball by Paul Dimmer. 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 AW1540919