Upcoming Kayak trip – Wolli from creek to crest, Saturday 31st March, 2018 – Note: trip now booked out

PLEASE NOTE: This trip on the 31st March is now booked out. However, further trips are scheduled in the spring months of 2018. Keep an eye on our website for dates as they posted. If you would like to be put on a contact list to receive information once dates have been determined, please email us at our contact address shown below. General information provided below will apply for future trips.

Join us on one of our popular kayak trips – ‘Wolli from Creek to Crest’ on Saturday 31st March, 2018

Our kayak trips are run in partnership with the NSW River Canoe Club, whose club house is by the Cooks River at Tempe, close to Tempe station.

Cost is $50 per person (this includes a light lunch, hire of kayaks or canoes, and commentary).

Starting time will be 7.05 am for this trip (we need to have a good high tide, so starting times vary for each trip, and this one is an early start).  The whole event takes about 4 hours all up. It includes an introduction to kayaking for beginners, historical and environmental commentary on and from the creek, a tour of Turrella Reserve and its various environmental assets and issues, a look at the Grey-headed Flying-fox camp, a walk up Nannygoat Hill for a great view, plus a light lunch at the end of the trip, back at the club house.  The trip gives you a quite different and surprising view of Wolli creek. For a preview of the trip see this video link

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=wolli+creek+to+crest

 

Minimum age is 10 years (must be accompanied by an adult if under 18) For inquiries, and to register, contact info@wollicreek.org.au Book and pay soon to avoid disappointment.

 

 

 

Setting off from the River Canoe Club on the Cooks River, at Tempe


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