Sydney Harbour Kayaks | Mosman, Sydney

General, HIT THE STREETS, SYDNEY — By on 15/06/2012 4:20 pm
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Sydney’s nightlife can take a toll on your body and after a few bad hangovers, you might be ready to experience another side of the city. Apart from being great exercise, kayaking around Sydney Harbour is one of the best ways to experience the isolated bushland and pristine coves that are as much a part of Sydney as the buskers around Circular Quay.

Head out to the Spit Bridge north of Sydney’s CBD where you can sign up for a 4 hr eco tour with Sydney Harbour Kayaks including guides and all your gear for only $99. The eco tour takes in the history of Middle Harbour and Garigal National Park and finishes off with a beer at the Middle Harbour yacht club (well, you don’t want to miss out entirely).

If caffeine is your preferred fix, then the early morning Balmoral coffee tour might be the way to go. The 2.5 hr tour will take you past multi-million dollar yachts and rich folks’ mansions into the natural beauty of Middle Harbour. Along the way your clued-up guide will pick a secluded beach and brew a pot of steaming hot coffee for you and your companions, before an appetite-stimulating power paddle back to base.

For those who prefer to go solo, Sydney Harbour Kayaks also rents a range of single and double kayaks. Beginners can also take advantage of kayak lessons when you can learn everything from safety skills to navigation and preparation techniques to ensure you’re well equipped for your next kayaking adventure. With over 240 km of shoreline, the whole of Sydney Harbour is the most stunning outdoor ‘gym’ around, and you’ll be sure to look hot for your next night out on the town.

The Spit Bridge, Mosman
(02) 9960 4389
Open June–Aug Wed–Fri 9am–5pm, Sat–Sun 7.30am–5pm; Sept–May Mon–Fri 9am–5pm, Sat–Sun 7.30am–5pm

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