It's up to you and your workmates to save Sydney! Take a step back in time with this team building activity based on the story of the missing Japanese submarine disappearing in Sydney Harbour. Using sea kayaks and other props your team will have to use communication and leadership to win.
CORPORATE PRICING: The group rate for 6 is listed, however, extras can be added (the experience provider can manage groups of up to 60 people!) at the price of $175 per person. Please ring 1300 875 500 and ask to speak to the Corporate Sales Team so they can add more people into your booking.
A fun and collaborative team building exercise; this isn't your normal kayaking trip…Set out on Middle Harbour and find the Tadashi! Based on the famous story of the Japanese submarine disappearing in Sydney Harbour back in WWII, this team building activity will engage your staff, teaching them new problem solving skills while getting them out of the office. With everything supplied, it’s an easy way to have fun with your team while building stronger ties between staff and their peers or managers.
There will be a guide/s who will facilitate the activity.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
This voucher is for 6 people. If you wish to add more people (at $175 per person) you can. Please ring 1300 875 500 and ask to speak with the Corporate Sales Team.
The experience provider reserves all rights to cancel or reschedule the activity in the event of adverse weather conditions or other unforeseen circumstances. Participants that purchased tours or lesson through a third party (Red Balloon are issued with a refund voucher. If it is raining on the day of the tour or lesson, they will not necessarily cancel the tour or lesson (we can provide you with a rain jacket).
Comfortable clothing. Closed in sensible shoes. Appropriate for the weather. Sunglasses, hat, sunscreen recommended especially in summer.
Starting from the Spit East Reserve at the Spit Bridge in Mosman, the game takes place on the water in Middle Harbour, NSW.