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Enjoy this full-day tour from Canberra to the picture-perfect Batemans Bay. This fun-filled experience includes a two hour kayaking adventure and a visit to Pebbly Beach to meet the famous surfing Kangaroos and other native wildlife.
The tour will begin bright and early at 7am, where your group will beginning travelling through picturesque farmland until reaching the historical town of Braidwood. After a short rest break the journey continues through temperate forest and down Clyde Mountain, where you have the opportunity to spot a unique diversity of flora and fauna. After this two-hour drive, you will meet your kayaking instructors who will help you navigate and discover the pristine waters of Batemans Bay. While you glide along and take in the surroundings, your professional guides will share about the area’s indigenous history and local wildlife. At 12pm, you’ll be taken to the centre of the town to further explore while enjoying some free time. Your guides will give advice on the best local cafes and restaurants. Afterwards, you’ll drive through blissful coastal forest to meet the famous kangaroos at Pebbly Beach prior to your return transfer to Canberra.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
This experience requires a minimum of four people to go ahead.
If the tour is cancelled due to weather, you will have first preference to re-book.
Swimwear or a change of clothes is required for the kayaking activity. Please bring along a hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, protective clothing and a water bottle.
The experience takes place in Batemans Bay, NSW, from Canberra, ACT.