Frequently Asked Questions

Please note that depending on your individual carrier, mobile reception may be limited, and there are no phones in our cottages.

Directions and a map are right here!

From Sydney via Bowral – 2 hours
From Sydney via Nowra – 2 and a half hours
From Canberra – 2 and a half hours

The key to your cottage will be in the door waiting for you. You don’t need to check in so you can go straight to your cottage. If you arrive after dark the lights will be left on for you.

You will need to bring all your food and beverages, good walking shoes, gumboots if it has been raining and a camera if you would like to take some memories of your visit. If you enjoy bike riding bring your bikes as well.

Check in time is 3pm and check out time is noon. Should you wish to vary this please let us know in advance and we will do everything possible to accommodate you.

On arrival you will find a welcome tray of fresh eggs, sourdough bread and milk, homemade jams and assorted other condiments – instant coffee and tea, plunger coffee, sugar and salt and pepper of course, to start you off. The cottages are well equipped with a good assortment of cooking utensils, microwave and an integrated CD player and radio. Beds are made up with quality 100% cotton sheets and doonas. They also have electric blankets fitted. Towels and tea towels are supplied as well.

Your central heating system is a potbelly stove in all cottages except Sunnybank, which has a wood burning fireplace. There is firewood stacked near your door for your convenience. There is a water-cooled fan during the summer months.

Fresh water is supplied throughout the farm from springs high in the mountain.

Laundry facilities are located at The Silos. There is washing powder left there for your use.

There is an ambulance station in Kangaroo Valley and major hospitals in both Nowra and Bowral a half an hour away.

You’ll find information on what to do at The Cedars and in the nearby area right here.


Brown Antechius
Bush Rat
Common Brushtail Possum
Common Ringtail Possum
Common Wombat
Eastern Grey Kangaroo
Feral Goat
Forest Bat
Greater Glider
Short-Beaked Echidna
Swamp Wallaby
Yellow-Bellied Sheathtail-Bat


Diamond Python
Eastern Blue-Tongued Lizard
Easter Water Dragon
Easter Water Skink
Golden-Crowner Snake
Grass Skink
Red-Bellied Black Snake
Eastern Tiger Snake
Weasel Skink


Bleating Tree Frog
Brown Toadlet
Common Eastern Froglet
Leaf Green Tree Frog
Lesueur’S Tree Frog
Peron’S Tree Frog
Verreaux’s Tree Frog

Sorry, no. Pets cannot stay at the Cedars but there are boarding kennels in the Valley (phone 02 4465 1043).

Sure, please let us know if there is anything we can do to make your stay more enjoyable and once again we welcome you to the Cedars. Don’t forget to check out the local weather conditions based on the largest major town of Bowral, 37mins drive from Kangaroo Valley, so you can bring the appropriate gear and help you plan your stay with us.

Please contact us via our enquiry form if you have any more questions or you need any more information on the Cedars Cottages or the Kangaroo Valley area.