Kayak and Coconut Tour

What comes to mind when you think of things to do in Sydney this summer?

Kayaking, swimming, relaxing on a beach with a fresh coconut in your hand?

Enjoy a leisurely paddle on Sydney’s Middle harbour and relax on a secluded beach with a fresh, cold coconut, using an eco friendly reusable straw. Go for a swim in the crystal clear waters of the inner Harbour, listening to the waves lapping on a beautiful sandy beach, whilst you hydrate after a refreshing swim. This is what summer is all about.

Book a Paddle

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Departing from Tunks Park boat ramp and paddling up to the end of Long Bay, Mosman, and around into Middle Harbour. Follow the beautiful harbour around the bay, hugging the shoreline, which is perfect for both beginners and experienced paddlers. There are no ferries on Middle Harbour and the hidden bays and shallow waters mean lots of wildlife and spectacular scenery!

These tours depart after lunch, so you can have a sleep-in, enjoy a relaxing day in Sydney and spend the afternoon enjoying the sun before you head off and enjoy your evening.

The paddle itself will take around 45 minutes to and from the beach, giving us plenty of time to enjoy a fresh coconut and afternoon treats, as well as a swim or an extra paddle in and around the local bays and coves.

You don’t need to be an experienced kayaker as our kayaks are very stable, with twin-keels for stability and adjustable foot-rests for comfort. You will also be guided from Tunks Park by a professional Kayak Guide/Instructor.

Take photos, absorb some vitamin D and relax. Enjoy the experience with friends or come along and meet new people.

Just $110 for a full three hour experience on Sydney’s Middle Harbour, all inclusive.

What’s included in the tour:

All equipment hire, including a single sit-inside Grifinn Kayak, paddle and life-jacket.
A dry bag for your phone, keys and camera. (You can also leave these securely in our kayak van).
A qualified, friendly and experienced Kayak Guide/Instructor.
An exclusive, small group of paddlers.
Full safety briefing and kayak instruction prior to departure.
A fresh, cold coconut to drink on the beach (includes reusable straw!)
Free photos! Taken by our Guide.

What to bring/wear:
Wear light, comfortable clothes and shoes that you don’t mind getting wet (from paddle splash). Something easy to move and paddle in.
Hat and sunglasses are advisable, so you can enjoy the sun.
Swimwear for swimming at the beach!
You are likely to get wet from paddle splash, so bring spare clothes to change into after the paddle.
A towel to dry off after your swim/paddle.

Current launch location is Tunks Park Boat Ramp. Make sure you plan how you’re going to get to the boat ramp for the scheduled arrival time.

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