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Bar Island & beyond

Take part in one of the 6th Hawkesbury Paddle Festival events on the secret river. Do it the relaxed, scenic way- The mighty Hawkesbury opens up to us at Brooklyn, where we’ll start our journey. Tracking along the northern shore to visit the wreck of Australia’s first warship, HMAS Parramatta, built in 1910 and still a substancial structure. Then onto mysterious Bar Island to see its old church ruins, cemetery and lookout before sampling the delights of exquisite Marramarra... [More]

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Central Coast Exploratory/Brisbane Water NP

Spend a relaxing day on the sunny Central Coast. See Woy Woy Bay and Brisbane Water National Park- it’s lush bush to the water’s edge. Into Waterfall Bay then across to the western shore, where you can decide which home you’ll buy when you win the lottery! Explore Phegans and Correa Bays, before heading east to our secret lunch location- an island with a glorious west facing beach- bring bathers. Along the canals to an island devoted entirely to pelicans! Great Day. Grade easy/medium. [More]

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The Cascades: Garigal NP Paddle & Walk

From Davidson Reserve we’ll kayak as far as its possible to go on Middle Creek. We’ll leave our boats and follow a well-defined bush track to a beautiful swimming and picnic spot- quite spectacular- in the middle of the bush called ‘The Cascades’. Herer there was a thriving cedar forest and the trees were fellled and floated down Middle Creek so they could be punted to Circular Quay for the building of the original Sydney Town. Led by Adrian Clayton. Grade: easy/medium. [More]

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Weekend at Wisemans Ferry

Take part in one of the 6th Hawkesbury Paddle Festival events on the secret river. Do it the relaxed, scenic way- Relish the sheer beauty of two of the Hawkesbury’s most scenic tributaries, as we paddle Webb’s Creek and the Macdonald River for the first time. These narrow, sheltered waterways, with their hilly vistas are a treat. The nearby settlement of St Albans boasts an inn dating back to the early 1800’s. Two days, two paddles and excellent discounted accomdation at Del Rio,... [More]

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Kayaking Intermediate Workshop

Achieve greater boat control with sweeps, draws and ruddering strokes, go faster and learn assisted deep-water rescues. Plus union of the 3 B’s- body, boat and blade. Kayak set up and boat types- vital tips on buying your own kayak. Please note: no refund will be given within 7 days of startn date. Pre-requisite For kayakers with some experience. Outcome Achieve greater boat control with sweeps, draws and ruddering strokes, go faster and learn assisted deep-water rescues. What to... [More]

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Kayaking Technique Workshop

Get things right from the start. - learn correct stroke technique, how to maintain energy levels and reduce muscle soreness on longer day paddles. Plus steering and correct posture (so your lower back is protected), how to get in and out of your boat with safety and self-rescue will be demonstrated. We’ll also talk about the gear you need. Both group and one-on-one training. All age groups catered for. Conducted by fully qualified instructors Adrian/Tony at Narrabeen Lagoon.... [More]

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Windsor to Richmond

Take part in one of the 6th Hawkesbury Paddle Festival events on the secret river. Do it the relaxed, scenic way- For the first time we paddle between two of Governor Macquarie’s most historic towns, planned in 1810-11 and containing fine examples of Victorian architecture and grand parklands. Richmond was the third area to have European settlement in Australia after the Sydney and Parramatta. Starting from the big sandy beach at Macquarie Park, we pass steep sandstone cliffs and... [More]

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