It's the secluded suburb you probably haven't heard of, and the residents there are likely quite happy that's the case.
But that doesn't mean that Upper Kangaroo River, nestled in the Kangaroo Valley, is shy of a big-ticket real estate sale.
INXS guitar player Tim Farriss sold his Upper Kangaroo River retreat 'Willabrook' to film director George Miller, of Mad Max fame, just last year for a price of $4.35 million, and there's already been a sale of more than $5 million in 2021.
The latest listing to be offered there is 1221A Upper Kangaroo River Road.
Known as 'Bema', it's on the market for the first time in more than two decades.
When the vendors purchased in 2000, a logger's hut, dating back to around 1928 and since restored, was the only structure in place on the 22.6 hectare property.
The property is linked to the Kangaroo Valley's logging industry and the owners have subsequently constructed a large family home which pays homage to this fact.
"A lot of the timber used in the house is from the actual property," listing agent Tracey Coe of One Agency Luxury Living said.
All of the wooden floors are from the property, as is wine cellar, barrel-barn floors, featured walls and a natural-edged serving top.
"The remnants of that era still abound," Ms Coe said, citing the logging tracks that dot the property.
Materials aside, the home impresses with its scale, with features including a loft library, three open fireplaces and wine cellar.
But the most impressive attributes were the views and seclusion, Ms Coe said.
"It's very private, so if you're the kind of person who wants that privacy its perfect," she said.
The property is situated around 20 minutes down a private road, giving residents a sense that they were "hidden" from the hustle and bustle.
"It's up the top of the Kangaroo River Road ...That's where all the famous people live, around that area."
The property had deliberately been built at the top corner of the block in order to maximise views of the valley and escarpments.
"The views and the privacy [are standout features]. You're sort of on top of the cloud line, so even on a bad day it's still an amazing view," she said.
This seclusion meant that the current vendors had been able to host elaborate functions without fear of disturbing neighbours, with the front deck having hosted around 40 guests during birthday celebrations.
Ms Coe declined to name a price guide but said the property had received strong interest from prospective buyers, including those who would like to use the property as a holiday let.
"I see it as it would be great for a business retreat or maybe a couple of families buy it together and use it as their weekender," she said.
In July a five-bedroom property at 38A Scotts Road sold for $5.8 million, setting a new suburb record for Upper King River, according to CoreLogic records.
Known as 'The Pavillion' and situated on 12.67 hectares, the property had been held by the same family for over 30 years.