8-Day SW Tasmania Kayaking Expedition – Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area
Saturday, 24 February 2024 @ 10:30am – Sunday, 3 March 2024 @ 10:30am
Cost is $4150 which includes a $400 deposit payable at booking.
The link for further information and booking – 8-Day SW Tasmania Kayaking | Roaring 40s Kayaking.
When making a booking please let them know it is with the Redland Bushwalking club.
There are 2 places available although we may be able to extend it to 4 more.
Explore remote and rarely visited wilderness
Amazing wilderness days with challenges, rewards and remote, dramatic landscapes.
Fly across World Heritage coastlines and mountain ranges to land deep in Southwest Tasmania – explore the wilderness waterways of Bathurst Harbour and Port Davey by sea kayak – paddle through changing landscapes from campsite to campsite – these are the attractions and challenges of our 8-Day Sea Kayaking Expedition.
Bathurst Harbour and Port Davey, in Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area, offer a combination of sheltered wilderness harbours, rugged ocean coastlines, remote islands and wild rivers. There are no roads and no settlements. Discover spectacular destinations in the best way possible – by water, at paddling pace.
Our guides know this pristine wilderness intimately – all the sheltered bays and open beaches, the peaks and islands, every hidden corner and comfortable campsite. After a spectacular flight to the remote airstrip at Melaleuca, your days will be spent exploring one of Tasmania’s most remote and beautiful coastlines, paddling through perfect reflections in the tannin-stained waters, beneath mountains that rise from the shore and calling in to sandy beaches.
This trip has a flexible itinerary with time for optional short walks or relaxing on the beach. Your nights will be spent in remote and hidden campsites with a treat on the last night at the luxurious Forest Lagoon standing camp. Every night you’ll enjoy delicious food with a glass of wine.
|Extensive kayaking experience is not necessary, but it is important to have a sound level of fitness, be comfortable with wilderness camping and, most of all, have a sense of adventure.|