Tasmania, Australia’s only Island state, is one of the world’s premier places for a clean air escape. With around 40% of the island protected in either reserves, national parks or as World-Heritage Listed Wilderness (1.4 million hectares) and with over 4000kms of coastline, it is no surprise that the variety of paddling opportunities is exceptional. Our local kayak guides will introduce you to the wild coastlines and tranquil bays of Bruny Island, the Tasman Peninsula and the remote South-West. Paddlers will be rewarded with untouched wilderness, uncrowded beaches, craggy coastlines and unique wildlife, in the sea, on land and in the skies above. Whether you choose our classic expedition in the South West or one of our shorter lodge or base camp sea kayak escapes replete with gourmet Tasmanian fare, the experience is sure to refresh the senses. Join us on an extended expedition or a shorter escape, or combine two trips for the ultimate Tasmanian sea kayak adventure. Contact our office for details.
Ningaloo Reef is a World Heritage kayak playground located in western Australia. Spend five days kayaking from one remote beach to the next, snorkelling on the fringing reef (the world’s largest) and ending the day camping under the stars in Cape Range National Park. Ningaloo Reef has around 200 species of hard corals, 50 species of soft corals and over 500 species of fish. For marine animals of a larger size, think whale sharks, mantarays, three species of turtle, dolphins and dugongs!
Hinchinbrook Island, Goold Island and the Family Islands are continental islands located off the tropical coast between Ingham and Tully in North Queensland. With granite peaks rising 1142 metres directly out of the sea, Hinchinbrook Island is a magnificent backdrop for sea kayaking. Waterfalls, tropical rainforests, precipitous headlands, coral reefs and secluded beaches are among the island’s treasures.
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