East Coast Wilsons Promontory

Price $1350 6 days
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East Coast Wilsons Promontory

$1350 per person

This is one of the premier sea kayak tours in Australia.

Take a real sea kayak adventure trip along the east coast of Wilson’s Promontory, Victoria! Be guided for six days to secluded marine areas and pristine islands. Explore some of Australia’s best regions by sea kayak… now that’s an adventure!

This is a unique, once-in-a-life-time adventure. East Coast Wilsons Promontory has spectacular beaches, whales, dolphins, seals and sea eagles. Stunning pink granite rocks separate the azure clear water of the coves. This area is a marine national park and thus teaming with wild life.

Islands to explore, bring a hammock and snorkelling gear.

Boat pick up at the end of the tour makes it so much easier for the return trip.

6 days
16+ Age
  • Departure
    Port Welshpool
  • Departure Time
    Varies according to tide
  • Return Time
    Approx. 3.00 pm
  • Dress Code
    Casual. Comfortable athletic clothing, old runners or thongs, hat, sun glasses and bottle of water.
  • Included
    Camping Gear
    Cooking gear
    Dry bag
    Kayak
    Life jacket
    Paddle
    Personal Guide
    Photographs
    Pump
    Spray deck
    Spray Jacket
    Thermal
    Utensils
  • Not Included
    Food
    Lunch
    Map
    Notes
    Snacks
    Transportation/Car
    Water
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Day 1: Departure
  • This kayak tour starts on the Port Welshpool Foreshore.
  • Staff greets clients.
  • There is an exchange of medical and indemnity forms.
  • Life jackets are then correctly fitted.
  • Spray jackets and thermals are also issued.
  • Rudder system is adjusted for clients in double and single kayaks.
  • Kayak are packed with camping gear, water and food. (60 - 90 minutes)
  • A safety talk is then conducted.
  • The group will then practise some basic paddling skills in the water.
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Day 1: What you will see, hear and do
  • The Group then paddle for 2 – 3 hours across Corner Inlet bay to Tin Mine Cove or Cattleman's Hut on Snake Island (depends on the weather conditions).
  • Great views of Mountains at the north end of the Prom.
  • Lunch stop is usually along the way at a beach (depending on time of departure).
  • The group then sets up camp and relaxes.
  • Tin Mine Cove is remote and beautiful. There is a creek with drinking water and great snorkelling off the beach!
  • Cattelman's hut is very comfortable bush hut with running water and flushing toilets. Stay inside the huts or bush camp outside and see kangaroos at dusk.
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Day 2: What you will see, hear and do
  • Paddle to Johnny Souey Cove or Meranda Bay.
  • You might also see dolphins, seals, sea eagles, cormorants and Cape Baron geese on the journey.
  • This is one of the most spectacular and scenic areas in Australia!
  • Set up camp.
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Day 3: What you will see, hear and do
  • Paddle to Sealers Cove.
  • You might see whales, dolphins, seals, sea eagles, cormorants and Cape Baron geese on the journey.
  • This is one of the most spectacular and scenic areas in Australia!
  • Set up camp.
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Day 4: What you will see, hear and do
  • Paddle to Waterloo Bay.
  • Lunch at Bare Back Cove.
  • You might see whales, dolphins, seals, sea eagles, cormorants and Cape Baron geese on the journey.
  • Camp at Waterloo Bay.
 
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Day 5: What you will see, hear and do
  • Explore Waterloo Bay by sea kayak or rest at camp site.
  • Explore walking tracks.
  • Swim, snorkel.
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Day 6: What you will see, hear and do
  • Break Camp.
  • Early lunch.
  • Load kayaks and gear onto large boat then sit back and relax.
  • Boat then returns back to Port Welshpool.
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Extra Information
  • The Itinerary is a guide only and is subject to change depending on the weather and group fitness.
  • Maximum paddling distance is 15km on one day with the average being 10km per day.
  • It is recommended that people wishing to undertake a multi day tour participate in a full day tour before hand.
  • Participants wishing to paddle in a single kayak need to provide proof of their sea kayaking experience before hand.
  • Good general fitness is required. 2-3 person tents are provided - so you will need to share. If you want to be in a tent on your own then you will need to provide your own hiking tent.
  • Transport is not included in the price. Although, if required, we can provide a lift for up to 3 people, providing prior arrangements are made and you meet at our base.
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