This scenic ocean route follows the coastline from Batehaven to Mossy Point, visiting many of the stunning bays and beaches along the way. It is a challenging 20 kilometre sea paddle, but has options for shorter trips so is suitable for all skill levels.
Beginning at Corrigans Beach, follow the picturesque headlands and sheltered bays of the coastline to Mosquito Bay where there is a landing option. The already impressive scenery becomes incredible during this next, more challenging, section of the journey to Pretty Point and Jimmies Island. At the lovely Guerilla Bay there is another sheltered landing point. The next challenging paddle is to Burrewarra Point. Burrewarra point features a spectacular lighthouse, high cliffs, secluded beaches, reefs and islets. From here, head west to explore the exquisite Barlings Island then onto Camel Rock. The last part of the journey is to the landing point on Tomaga River.