We’ve got one of the top 10 sea kayaking locations in Australia on our doorstep and we know you will love our eco-tourism expeditions that will challenge yourself through sea kayaking.
Sea kayaking is the ultimate experience for kayaking enthusiasts as it offers both a physical challenge and the chance to see flora, fauna and natural sights only navigable by a marine craft.
We’ve got over 1000 dugongs in the Bay, dolphins and turtles, as well as beautiful mangrove eco-systems and unique Aboriginal stories around the islands.
Our multi-day expeditions will leave from the Redlands Coast mainland and navigate around parts of well-known islands: Peel, Stradbroke, Coochiemudlo, Macleay, Russell, Karragarra, Lamb, Moreton and more.
Our expeditions will cater for those that enjoy kicking back in style, staying in upmarket cabins and B&B homes on the islands. All meals and snacks will be provided as well as a glass of wine at sunset.
We will be using highly experienced and qualified sea kayak guides and will provide all equipment. Kayakers will simply need to bring their own clothing.
We will also have a host whom will travel on each of the expeditions, ensuring all kayakers are looked after with home-made morning and afternoon teas and being there to provide local knowledge, history and coordination.
We will also begin offering sea kayaking training for people interested in taking a sea kayak expedition with them or further afield. All training is with accredited sea kayaking guides. People purchasing the 3 day sea kayak expedition will have two complimentary sea kayaking instruction sessions included in their price (sessions are approximately 4-5 hours in length).
Prices for the sea kayak training start from $150 per person and from $1650 for the 3 day expedition.