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Feel miles away from the world as you paddle deep into a lush canopy of mangroves in the Garigal National Park. Casting off in double sea kayaks, you'll revel in nature's splendour and learn about its rich and essential ecology. Stopover for morning tea at a picture-perfect seaside location.
Lose yourself in nature as you paddle deep into the Garigal National Park on this four hour kayak tour. Departing from Spit Bridge, you will follow the Mosman and Seaforth shorelines, past opulent waterfront houses, before reaching the untouched bushland and mangrove system of the national park. As you glide smoothly across the water shaded by the impressive canopy of mangroves, civilisation will slip away and you'll soon forget you're in the heart of Sydney. Learn about the rich and essential ecology of the area and the stories of the Gameragal Aboriginal people from your friendly guide. Make sure to keep an eye out for an abundance of wildlife that call these parts home. Along the way, go ashore and enjoy a picnic-style morning tea at an idyllic seaside location, soaking in the serenity of your surrounds. Then, cast off again and make your way back to Spit Bridge.
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 runs with a minimum of six and a maximum of 12 participants.
In the event of rain or inclement weather your experience will still go ahead unless contacted by the experience provider.
Please wear a rashie/sun shirt or t-shirt (ideally long sleeve), board shorts or leggings, a hat, sunscreen and sunglasses. You must wear closed-in shoes that can get wet, as there are oyster shells on the beaches you stop at. Please do not wear thongs/flip-flops as they offer limited protection. Rubber-soled reef shoes are ideal or an old pair of trainers.
This experience departs from Mosman, NSW.