Kayak Tour Locations

The beautiful places we paddle

Wellington Point

Wellington Point reserve is a great location for a picnic or BBQ at one of the gazebos in the park which are towered by historic Fig Trees. There is an option for take away lunch from one of the local takeaways and watch the many boats either heading out or returning from a day’s fishing. If the tide is low then you can take a...
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Coochiemudlo Island

Coochiemudlo Island is located within Redlands Coast City in South-East Queensland, between Brisbane and the Gold Coast. The island lies in Moreton Bay, where its shallow beaches and mangroves are protected from the breakers of the South Pacific. The island is easily reached by a short ferry trip from Victoria Point. Although Coochie, as the island is known locally, is only 5 square kilometers in...
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Cleveland Point

This tour launches at GJ Walter Park located at the end of Short Street East, below the Grandview Hotel. This park has panoramic views looking over nearby Cassim Island toward North Stradbroke Island.  You can have a BBQ picnic at the gazebos and sit and wathc the Stradbroke Ferries come and go. This part is surrounded by Norfolk Pines and Moreton Bay Fig Trees. The...
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Thompson Beach

Thompson Beach is a shallow coastal beach in the suburb of Victoria Point, Redlands Coast City. This tour leaves from the sandy beach and heads along the foreshore to the mouth of Moogurrapum Creek. Moogurrapum Creek meanders in and around the Redlands Coast Bay Golf Club. If you are doing the short tour at Thompson Beach you will kayak for approx. 6km.

Tingalpa Creek

Tingalpa Creek is a creek that flows along Brisbane’s south east boundary with Redlands Coast City Council. The waterway serves as important wildlife corridor on the city’s fringe. There is spectacular diversity of different habitat types in this catchment which leads to an amazing array of wildlife living in the Lota and lower Tingalpa Creek catchments. There is a spectacular diversity of different habitat types...
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