Canoeing is an extreme water sport that requires a special kind of canoe. From tranquil inlets to picturesque rivers, Australia offers many places to paddle and fulfill your canoeing and Kayaking dreams. Over the years, both canoeing and kayaking have evolved as popular water sports. Both are different in terms of the sitting position of the paddlers and the number of blades.
- Tasmania: Glide through the Hobart’s water, paddle past the impressive dolerite cliffs of the Tasman Peninsula on a fully guided Canoeing tour. Get the chances of spotting dolphins in the turquoise water with sea eagles wheeling above.
- South Australia: You can also kayak alongside the mangroves in the Port River, which is a few minutes away from Adelaide’s centre. Also get to Kayak along the waterways of the Coorong.
- Western Australia: Glide past the eagles, songbirds, and wetlands on the river banks of the Murchison River, in the Kalbarri National park, in the north, also spot the multicolor fish and corals on the Ningaloo reef with dolphins at Monkey Mia.
- Queensland: Canoe or Kayak around the Moreton Bay, near Brisbane. Spot turtles, dolphins, rays and fishes on a kayaking trip. Also, Kayak from mission beach to Dunk Island on the Great Barrier Reef.