Sydney Harbour Kayak Adventures


For those looking to kayak in Sydney this is the ultimate guided kayaking tour and one of the most beautiful paddles on Sydney Harbour. This award-winning kayaking tour is exclusive to Australia Adventures

With Sydney Harbour being fringed by many National Parks you won’t believe the picturesque natural landscapes you will encounter along the way and the abundant bird and marine life which inhabit this area. We’ll explore beautiful coves and beaches and you’ll learn the history of this fascinating region.

The highlight of the day on your Sydney kayak tour, we’ll stop for a delicious picnic lunch at beautiful Shark Island. This beautiful island is only accessible by private boat and is situated in the centre of the harbour, providing fantastic photo opportunities of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. Your delicious picnic lunch will include fresh prawns or smoked salmon, ham, fresh salads, refreshments and much more.

This fantastic kayaking tour is around four hours duration including kayak tuition, paddling and lunch break. This is a fully guided tour by our professional kayaking guide. Kayaks are state-of-the-art tandem dagger sea kayaks which are extremely stable in the water and very difficult to capsize. Suitable for beginners or advanced kayakers.

Note because of restricted shipping lanes we are not able to get upclose to the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. Our paddle starts at Rose Bay and travels up to Vaucluse exploring the best natural areas of Sydney Harbour before heading to Shark Island for lunch. Route may change subject to wind conditions on the day.

What a day, what an adventure!

Australia Adventures acknowledge the Cadigal Nations as the traditional owners of the inner Sydney region.

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