- Transport to/from Byron Bay/Brunswick Heads
- Top quality kayaks and equipment
- Kayaking lesson if needed
- Secure storage for belongings
- Drinks & snacks
- A safety briefing
- Experienced guide(s)
- Free photo download
Why do we love this
We love that you get to jump out of the boats and go snorkelling on this trip!
WHAT TO EXPECT
Looking for an experience of pure tranquillity? Then this kayaking tour down the beautiful Brunswick River is for you! Enjoy gliding through the crystal clear waters as you check out the nature surrounding you. Keep an eye on the sky - you're bound to catch a glimpse of tropical birds and wildlife.
Get ready for the kayaking trip of a lifetime! Suitable for everyone - from beginner to expert, this tour will show you the stunning scenery and hidden secrets of the Brunswick River. For beginners, there'll be a brief kayaking instruction on the riverbank before you start.
You'll embark on a 2-2.5 hour trip, accompanied by a local guide who will share their knowledge and stories on the local history and folklore as you paddle. They'll also be able to point out the scenery and amazing wildlife as you pass by.
Widely considered to be one of the most beautiful river systems in all of New South Wales, the Brunswick River is also home to a breathtaking array of wildlife. Keep your eyes open for glimpses of birds and other animals.
The tour is designed for you to go at your own pace, so you can take your time exploring this stunning river. Paddling toward the ocean, you'll pass sand dunes and will enjoy the gorgeous coastal scenery that surrounds you. Breathe in the salty air as you go and enjoy the peace and quiet!
After working up an appetite paddling, there's time for a quick snack break on the river bank. You can cool down with a dip in the refreshing water or don a snorkel and dive right down to the bottom of the riverbed! Discover the beautiful marine life and gaining a unique insight into the fascinating underwater world of the Brunswick River.
Later, as the tide turns, it's time to paddle back. Keep an eye on the sky for the last glimpses of tropical birds.