2.5 Hour Hobart City Harbour Kayak Tour

2.5 Hour Hobart City Harbour Kayak Tour - Kids WaterHobart’s iconic waterfront from a perspective few get to experience. A 2.5 hour experience paddling along Hobart's River Derwent, past historic Battery Point and into the docks at Hobart's iconic waterfront.

Hobart’s iconic waterfront from a perspective few get to experience – from your very own kayak.

Departing from Sandy Bay, explore Hobart’s coastline, paddling past historic Battery Point, now one of the most prestigious neighbourhoods in Hobart, and gliding under fishing wharfs before entering the bustling Hobart docks. You’ll get up close to sleek yachts, elegant tall ships, working fishing boats, modern cruisers and possibly even a cruise ship. After working up an appetite, enjoy Hobart’s legendary fish and chips direct from a dockside fish punt from the comfort of your kayak while your guide entertains you with some local stories.

No paddling experience is necessary and this paddle is suitable for younger paddlers who can team up with an adult or one of our guides.

Package Includes

• Fish and chips snack
• Stable double sea kayaks
• Quality paddling equipment
• Expert guides

Departs

Sandy Bay, Tasmania | More Sandy Bay Tours

NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, the rates listed are for the 2022 - 2023 season. The 2022 - 2023 season rates are valid from the 1st April 2022 - 31st March 2023. The 2023 - 2024 season rates commence on the 1st April 2023.



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Hobart waterfront from a new perspective
Hobart waterfront from a new perspective
Hobart waterfront from a new perspective
Hobart waterfront from a new perspective
Hobart waterfront from a new perspective
Hobart waterfront from a new perspective
Hobart waterfront from a new perspective
Hobart waterfront from a new perspective
Hobart waterfront from a new perspective
Hobart waterfront from a new perspective
Hobart waterfront from a new perspective
Hobart waterfront from a new perspective
Hobart waterfront from a new perspective
Hobart waterfront from a new perspective
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