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Kangaroo Valley Arts Festival


Phone: (02) 4465 1259




PO Box 6114
Kangaroo Valley


Arts in the Valley holds a biennial arts festival held in Kangaroo Valley, NSW, Australia. 
In addition Arts in the Valley presents music concerts throughout the year.
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Upcoming Events

Sculpture in the Valley 2022 will be held at a beautiful property Graystone Grange, Kangaroo Valley Road, Bellawongarah.

The exhibition will run over two weekends,
Saturday 26th, Sunday 27th & Monday 28th March 2022 and Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd, Sunday 3rd April 2022.


About Arts in the Valley

Since 2007, Arts in the Valley has brought some of the finest musicians, artists and writers in Australia to Kangaroo Valley for our concerts, exhibitions and festivals.


Thousands of visitors have attended Arts in the Valley events and in the course of the festival many have visited Sculpture in the Valley, which has grown to be a significant show of sculpture with an excellent sales record.

Part of the charm of the valley lies in its location and many of the concerts have been held in private houses offering an intimate scale for music making. Sculpture in the Valley has also been held in a variety of private houses generously loaned for the occasion, often with views across the valley.

Arts in the Valley is run by an experienced Committee along with many will volunteers who assist with the running of events. 

​Kangaroo Valley Arts Festival Incorporated (“the association”, also known as “Arts in the Valley”) is a not-for-profit association with the following objectives:

  1. To organise, promote, present or facilitate a range of quality musical, performing and creative arts performances and exhibitions for residents of and visitors to Kangaroo Valley.
  2. To encourage the appreciation, understanding and enjoyment of the arts amongst residents and visitors to Kangaroo Valley.
  3. To promote local talent in the musical, performing and creative arts, including by the commissioning of new works.
  4. To maintain a fund to which the public contributes, and which is controlled and administered by a committee of the members of the association for the purpose of achieving the above objectives.