Canoes

(4 customer reviews)
$195.00

There are some places in the wilderness where nature over delivers and gliding downstream on the Kangaroo River from Beehive Point to the mouth of Yarrunga Creek with the backdrop of the Morton National Park in Kangaroo Valley, is one such place. It’s the MUST DO wildlife experience in NSW with its eerily beautiful backdrop of a convict-built sandstone road, winding uphill and linking the rainforest with our colonial past. Home to the majestic azure kingfisher, wedge-tail eagle, diamond python, rock wallaby, white-breasted sea eagle, water dragon and more, this is nature at its best, untouched and wild. On the drive down through the rainforest it is usual to see kangaroos, wombats and echidnas.

So, take a seat in one of our custom-built double-canoe rigs and immerse your senses in the sheer beauty of this stunning waterway.  Indulge your taste buds with fresh canapés and a local award-winning cool climate wine and discover what is unapologetically Wildfest® heaven.

We run two sessions per day – 11.30am arrival for briefing with noon departure and 2.30pm arrival with briefing for a 3pm departure. You are on the water for about 2 hours. Scheduled dates for 2021 are Sun 7 March,  Sat 13 March & Sun 14 March and cost is $195 Per Person. Private bookings on other dates available on request.

Maps are provided via email one week before your experience where we check in on dietary requirements and beverage choices. Its best to allow 20 mins from Kangaroo Valley village to drive through Morton National Park to Beehive Point where we enter the water.

Personalised Gift Vouchers available on request.

We are now also offering Canoes, Cool Climate Wines & Canapés on lake Burley Griffin so you can explore the capital from a different perspective. This is a chance to experience this stunning man-made waterway in style, as you paddle, dine on delicious local food and taste regional ACT cool climate wines. Tickets are on sale for sat 6 February.

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For those of you not accustomed to canoeing, our double canoe rigs are stable and virtually unsinkable. It’s like gliding on a catamaran as you wine and dine your way around this fresh water lake. The area we are exploring is very calm and the currents are mild, making paddling effortless. It’s an easy and safe way to get you into the waterways of the Southern Highlands & Shoalhaven and of course life jackets are supplied by our guides who accompany you on the trip. Also being fresh water, it’s a wonderful place to swim.

Bowral to Beehive Point is 45 minutes’ drive and the last 5 kilometres to Beehive Point is well graded dirt road.  Transfers to and from Beehive point are not included in the price but can be arranged if required. There is ample parking to self-drive and all our guests have driven their sedans right to the point for their experience. You just have to take the last section slow.

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Day

Sat 6 Feb, Sun 7 March, Sat 13 March, Sun 14 March

Time

11.30am to 2pm, 2.30pm to 5pm

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PO Box 7056,
Berrima NSW 2577

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