Come Kayaking to a place that makes you feel like you are miles away from it all. Our foot peddled kayaks are the perfect craft for exploring the Internationally protected wetlands of the Peel-Harvey Estuary. Your guide will share their passion and amazing facts about the species that you will see. Join us as we kayak into the wild, only a day trip away from the city.
- Trip Outline
- Trip Includes
Let us take you into the wild... without having to travel around the world. Guided Kayak Tours in stable and easy to use foot peddled kayaks will allow you to get to some hard to reach parts of the Ramsar Protected Peel-Harvey Estuary. The rewards are plentiful, you will see birds by the hundreds and experience a peace and solitude that is only 2 hours away from a capital city. How lucky are we to live in Western Australia.
As we go from estuary to river system we will fill you in on the natural history and immense biodiversity of this area. From September this region receives migratory bird visitors from as far away as Siberia.
Our tandem kayaks can be foot peddled or hand paddled and are stable and easy to use for anyone. The bonus of foot peddled kayaks means we have less disturbance on bird life as we explore - which is part of our eco-philosophy.
Our tours take only a small group of 2 to 4 people in tandem kayaks plus your guide. Perfect for families where a parent can accompany their child in each tandem kayak.
Peel-Harvey2:30pm - Meet your guide Learn how to use your kayaks 2:45pm set off in your kayak to explore the Peel Harvey Estuary. Two hours will fly by as you explore and take in the sites. 4:45pm return to the launch site and refuel with some refreshing drinks and snacks. 5:00pm - Well share our secret spots for a great sunset viewpoints for you to enjoy before you head home.
Your Tour Includes
- Hobie Tandem Islander Kayaks with all equipment
- Life Jackets
- Dry Bags for camera equipment
- Naturalist Guide
- Nibbles and a Refreshing Beverage post tour
What to Bring
(that are comfortable and can get wet,
Long sleeves for sun and bug protection are suggested)
- Hat that stays on in the wind
- Mosquito repellent
- secure footwear that can get wet ( sandals or water shoes)
- Reusable water bottle ( refillable post kayak)