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Take in the scenery around you as you kayak along sweeping beaches, sand dunes and tea-tree lakes of the Brunswick River on this 2.5-hour guided kayak tour. Get up close to the local wildlife as you paddle along the serene water ways, spot sea birds swooping over the coast and tuck into breakfast (included) on the waterfront. This small-group tour includes optional hotel pick-up from Byron Bay.
Explore the Brunswick River and rainforest of New South Wales on a 1.5-hour morning boat cruise in Cape Byron Marine Park. Your guide shares informative commentary about the region's history and wildlife, and you might spot a variety of birds along the shore, and fish, stingrays and other marine animals in the clear waters. You can also enjoy the delicious selection of hot and cold drinks, cakes and biscuits that are served during the cruise.
Discover the natural beauty of Brunswick River and the rainforest of New South Wales on a 1.5-hour sunset boat cruise in Cape Byron Marine Park. Look for fish, stingrays and other marine animals in the clear waters, and a variety of bird life along the shoreline, and learn about the region's history and wildlife from your informative guide. Enjoy a cold beer, wine, soda or juice, and light snacks served onboard the boat, and watch the colorful sunset as your boat returns to the harbor.
Brunswick Heads Kayak Eco-Tour and Stand-Up Paddleboarding
Excellent Kayak Tour
, Jan 2020
My friends and I were doing a road trip on the east coast and decided to take a stop in Brunswick. We choose the this kayak tour and I have to say this was a great decision. Simon our guide was extremely friendly and explained a lot about the flora and fauna of the Brunswick river. You could resale see that these are locals who are loving the city and are more than happy to show the beautiful sites to their guest. After heading up with a boat the river we anchored and tired out the kayaks together. After that we had some free time that we could spend in the kayak or trying out stand up paddling. Additionally we got provided with delicious sandwiches and plenty of snacks!
I can only recommend this tour to everyone else!
Explore Cape Byron Marine Park on a 3-hour Brunswick River tour that combines three fun activities: a rainforest river cruise, guided kayak tour and stand-up paddleboarding. Learn about the rainforest of New South Wales and local wildlife from your informative guide, and receive easy-to-follow instruction on kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding (SUP). By kayak you can access parts of the marine park that cannot be reached by larger boats or on foot, giving you the opportunity to see more of this gorgeous wilderness.
This tour is unique and includes 3 activities in the one tour. Cruise to the start location for the kayaking experience. Go on a guided kayak tour into a beautiful side creek that can't be accessed by boat. Try Stand up paddleboarding or do more kayaking. No experience necessary. Suitable for all ages from 4+.
All equipment is provided and the guide will do a commentary as you kayak and point out things of interest.
The Brunswick River is a pristine waterway and is part of Cape Byron Marine Park. It's clear waters are home to a large variety of fish and stingrays and we often see turtles swimming around the headwaters of the river. Our cruises are advanced ecotourism certified and our commentary is designed by our Environmental Scientist. We are a multi award winning business and voted one of the top 10 activities in Byron Bay. Ideal for couples, families and singles. Our friendly crew will always make you feel welcome.
A minimum of 4 people is required to run the cruise.
Take a relaxing sunset cruise on the Brunswick River in Cape Byron Marine Park on this evening tour from Brunswick Heads. Enjoy the provided refreshments, which includes one drink and a variety of appetizers, and take in unobstructed views from the top deck of the boat. Hear commentary from an environmental scientist who describes the history and wildlife of the region, along with stories drawn from local lore.