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Sea Kayak to Wilsons Promontory
Sea Kayak to Wilsons Promontory
  • Sea Kayak to Wilsons Promontory
  • Sea Kayak to Wilsons Promontory

Sea Kayak to Wilsons Promontory

Code: SKA163
  • $420
  • Location: Port Welshpool, Great Ocean Road VIC
  • For: 1 person
  1. Valid for 12 months
  2. Free exchange

Take a real sea kayak adventure trip around Wilson's Promontory, Victoria! Be guided for three days to secluded marine areas and pristine islands. Includes all kayak gear plus camping gear. Explore some of Australia's best regions by sea kayak... now that's an adventure!

This is a unique, once-in-a-life-time adventure. Corner Inlet is a spectacular area of granite rocks plunging into azure, clear water. Stunning pink granite rocks separate the coves.

On day one of your kayaking adventure you will meet your group at Port Welshpool and pack your kayaks. We then paddle for 2 – 3 hours across Corner Inlet and Five Ways to Tin Mine Cove. Tin Mine Cove is remote and beautiful. There is a creek with drinking water and great snorkelling off the beach!

You will spend the whole of day two in this special place – visiting islands, bushwalking and snorkelling. Bring your snorkelling gear so you can get a good glimpse of the abundant marine life in the area. You might also see dolphins, seals, sea eagles, cormorants and Cape Baron geese on the journey. This is one of the most spectacularly scenic areas in Australia!

On day three we'll make the return journey to the mainland, proud of a truly amazing achievement!

Please Note: Includes camping gear e.g. tent, sleeping mat, stove, cooking gear (excludes sleeping bag). You will need to bring your own food.

This experience voucher is valid for 12 months from date of purchase.


This experience departs Port Welshpool, Victoria – approximately three hours south-east of the Melbourne CBD.

Session Length

This experience is three days, two nights, and is available many times a year. If you'd like to book for or more people, you can choose any available date!


You should be 16 years of age or older, be able to swim 100m nonstop, be reasonably fit and have some or be with someone who has basic paddling experience. You will need to bring food and a sleeping bag for two nights away. All other camping gear supplied. You might also want to bring your camera.


This price is for one person. There will be a minimum of four and a maximum of 10 people in the group. Most kayaks are double however single kayaks can be supplied to experienced paddlers upon request.


Spectators are welcome to watch as you set off on your 3-day kayaking adventure!


This experience may be affected by the weather. We can operate in the rain however in the case of extreme or very windy conditions we may reschedule your experience for a later date.

Other Info:

All staff have at least five years experience and are qualified under Canoe Australia. They are also first aid qualified. All safety equipment is supplied.

Cancellation Policy:

This tour is subject to weather conditions and will go ahead at the sole discretion of the tour leader. Postponed customers are advised to reschedule to another mutually agreeable date. If no agreement can be reached a refund will be available subject to an administration fee of 15% from the provider of the experience, Sea Kayak Australia.


The map below gives you the location of this experience to allow you to plan.

Exact location, directions and meeting place will be available to you once you have booked your experience

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kayak back to nature with sea kayak australia and red balloon! A must for lovers of the wilderness This wilsons promontory wilderness kayak experience was breathtaking. Perfect for novice to more advanced kayak paddlers. This trip went away from civilisation and explored regions of the beautiful wilsons promontory coast only accessible by boat. The enthusiastic and professional guides were keen to show visitors the best the region had to offer ensuring that the group was able to see wildlife including seals, penguins, seabird colonies, wallabies and stingrays. Five stars for sea kayak Australia 25 December 2012
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