A Kayaking Guided Experience with Sydney Harbour Kayaks gives you the chance to you see sights only visible from the water.
You will coast past beaches, cliffs, stunning houses built on impressive inclines, then, not too far along you can continue beside relatively untouched bushland.
Move effortlessly across a calm glassy surface or enjoy the excitement of paddling through gently undulating waters. If the tide is high, you can even journey under a canopy of foliage from the surrounding mangrove trees.
You can choose from the famous four hour Kayak Eco-Tour which takes you under the Spit Bridge and deeper into Middle Harbour alongside the Garigal National Park.
They have the Middle Harbour Sunrise tour, where they will get out very early and welcome the sun into Sydney, as it rises over the Heads. Finishing up with a walk up to Middle Head and breakfast at Cobbler’s Beach or Balmoral Beach.
They look forward to seeing you on one of their beautiful kayaking tours.
Sydney Harbour Kayaks was a GOLD medal winner in the 2021 NSW Tourism Awards.
Sydney Harbour Kayaks was awarded ‘Highly Commended’ in the 2021 Australian Tourism Awards.
Journey deep into the Garigal National Park on the Middle Harbour Eco Tour. Follow the Mosman and Seaforth shorelines past waterfront suburban areas, then break through into the remote bushland of Sugarloaf Bay and Bantry Bay.
Follow the paddle strokes of the first paddlers in the area, the Gameragal people, and hear their story from your friendly guide. Learn about the ecology of the area and keep an eye out for wildlife as you coast along the harbour waters beside forested shorelines.
Go ashore for a picnic-style morning tea on one of their favourite sandy beaches, then cast off again with extra energy for your paddle back to Spit Bridge.
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Their main paddling area is within Middle Harbour (a beautiful off-shoot of Sydney Harbour) and depending on the conditions of the day, they can explore many amazing places. Let’s all see the sunrise over Sydney’s Heads.
During their two hours, they could explore out to Grotto Point Light-house, or over to Cobbler’s Beach and even into Balmoral. If the day is just right, then they can take a hike up to Middle Head and watch the manly ferries cruise past.
They will stop somewhere lovely for a hot coffee and some fresh fruit.
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Sydney Harbour ‘SUNRISER’ Sea Kayaking Tour
Wake up to the beauty of one of the grandest harbours in all of the world.
Allow the professionals at Sydney Harbour Kayaks to guide you out on to this ‘working’ harbour and set you up for experiencing Sydney from a completely new perspective.
These tours are an amazing experience at sunrise and we will be paddling in high-end double Mirage Sea Kayaks.
Depending on the conditions we will set-up up the mandatory photo in front of our famous Sydney Harbour Bridge, Opera House and Luna Park. We will then explore several of the main bays in this very special area.
Of course we will stop somewhere lovely for a hot tea / coffee and some fresh fruit.
What a perfect way to start the day.
Australian National Maritime Museum
Sydney’s Main Harbour is a very busy, working harbour and there are many large vessels.
This very special tour is conducted in stable ocean going sea kayaks, guided
by experienced guides. The harbour can become very rough with lots of ferry wake.
If the weather isn’t ideal, then we may not be able to paddle under the
The Middle Harbour Mangrove Explorer offers you an amazing opportunity to learn and explore a beautiful and healthy ecological system. Assisted by a friendly and knowledgeable guide, you will use the high tide to your advantage and disappear underneath the lush canopy of the Middle Harbour Mangroves in the remote natural bushland of the Garigal National Park.
As civilisation slips away the true beauty of the harbour and its wildlife will open up before you. This guided experience will only run when there is a large morning high tide, as this will allow you to venture well in between the grey mangroves of Sugarloaf Bay, Scott’s Creek or Bantry Bay
Soak up the serenity while you enjoy a wholesome morning tea served at one of their favourite secluded spots or rafted up with the food served on the decks of their craft.
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