Beginner's Kayak Tour in Sydney - Gorgeous Aussie Beaches and Bays

Water Sports in Sydney

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This mini kayak experience is the best choice for those trying kayaking for the first time or if you are a bit nervous out on the water and  provides an opportunity to get yourself started in the popular sport of kayaking. You’ll learn some basic paddling technique and then follow this up with a short kayaking adventure (about 1.5 hours paddling at a leisurely pace) with a guide to assist you along the way. Runs daily!Highlights include exploring this stunning Sydney destination of uncrowded stretches of sandy beaches, pristine bays and Royal National Park from the best vantage point around - a kayak!
Itinerary: Meet 15 minutes prior to start of your tour to complete paperwork, be fitted into safety vest and kayak and organise your gear.Technique and safety briefing from your expert guideGet started on your paddling adventure!Kayak along the beautiful Deeban Sand-Spit, across to the tucked away Little Darook Park or around to Bundeena ferry wharf.Destinations varies depending on weather conditions, but all trips are sure to impress!Inclusions:Hire of kayak/paddleFREE – Digital Photos (uploaded to our Facebook page)PFD Safety Vest – Australian StandardDry Storage BagAbout the Kayaks: A choice of double or single sit on top style kayak will be available. All kayaks have good back support either as a moulded seat or as a padded fabric contraption. The kayaks are stable and comfortable and well suited to beginners. Kayaks have plenty of storage space either in enclosed hatches or open deck space. Dry storage bags for a small amount of gear (towel, jacket, phone etc) are provided on tours. If you plan to bring extra gear we recommend packing a large plastic garbage type bag.What to wear: You will get wet when paddling from splashes and your feet will get wet when getting in and out of the kayak. Comfortable lightweight clothes (no jeans) are best, a hat and plastic shoes/thongs or shoes that you don’t mind getting wet. Bring your swimming costume if you would like to enjoy a swim. Pack a lighweight wet weather jacket in case of rain and a fleece if it is expected to be cool.Options: Goodies available for purchase at time of booking:5L Dry Storage Bag (to keep phones, cameras etc dry) – $1520 L Dry Storage Bag – $30What to Bring: Water (1Litre), Hat, Sunglasses, Towel, Change of clothes – you will get wet from splashes, Sunscreen Optional gear to pack: swimming costume, camera, large plastic bag (to keep your gear totally dry when on the water)

What’s included

  • Hire of kayak, paddle and safety vest
  • Basic kayaking technique instruction
  • Experienced guide accompaniment for duration of activity
  • GST (Goods and Services Tax)

What’s not included

  • No food and drinks included but can be purchased at nearby supermarket (3 mins drive away)
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