This adventurous trip in the Margaret River region will have you learning to Stand Up Paddle in the wilderness of the Blackwood River National Park. No experience necessary – it’s easy! Whether its your first time or you have paddled before, this tour is great for getting you out on the water.
Leave your phones and technology behind you as you travel through the spectacular Blackwood National Park. Your experienced guide will set you up with your board and paddle and take you through a safety briefing and coaching info session on the beach at picturesque Chapman Brook. You'll then set off along the Chapman Brook on your knees while learning to steer before learning the basics of the Stand Up Paddle technique as you reach the open stretch of the scenic Blackwood River.
From your guide, learn about the local environment and Aboriginal significance of the Blackwood River and it's part in Aboriginal dreaming stories of the Wagyl (Rainbow Serpent). Become immersed in the wilderness environment – spot eagles and waterbirds overhead!
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
Minimum tour size of 2 persons. Maximum tour size of 10 persons. Please note participants will be contacted by the experience provider direct to reschedule if minimum numbers have not been reached.
Please bring a bathing suit, towel, hat, sunscreen, glasses strap, drinking water, change of clothes.
The experience takes place in the Blackwood River National Park.