Drawing room rocks is a great way to see the beautiful coastline of the Shoalhaven and out to the rest of Barren Grounds.
Even if it's foggy it is still a good photo opportunity.
In Spring and summer be aware of snakes and leeches. Also be careful when the track is wet it becomes very slippery.
The track is intermediate grade as it is all dirt and rock track. It's an inclined walk. It starts from 250m to 600m above sea level.
Once you get to the plateau at the top you witness nature's natural drawing room with the rock taking formation as tables and chairs.
There is no fence or barrier so if it's not recommended for small children. Pets I do not believe are welcome as it is part of national park.
The parking is free but limited. To find the start of the walk, at the northern end of Berry on the town side of the bridge, turn north-west into Woodhill Mountain Road. Continue for 6.8km to woodhill where the road splits to Wattamolla Rd left continues to Kangaroo Valley.
Follow Brogers Creek Rd for 100m and keep the right there is a small signpost for Drawing Room Rocks.