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Straddie Kayaking Tours

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    North Stradbroke Island, Queensland, Australia

  • Activities

    Adventure, Kayaking

  • Price
    $60 USD per person
  • Duration

    3 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    As arranged

  • Starting Location

    As arranged

  • Price Includes

    Double kayak, safety vest and paddles, Guide service

Highlights

  • Natural occurrences
  • Clear water
  • Dolphin spotting
  • Humpback Whale spotting (in season)
  • Stable kayaks

Guide

Trip Info

1. “Adventure Amity” will take us kayaking around the Amity Point area called the Spit to a “Hidden” Creek amongst the Mangroves.

This creek is full of fish, turtles and stingrays, so always be on the lookout not only below but above as many species of birds have made these mangroves their home. Even “Shovelnose Rays” can be seen.

This is a lovely area where there is a chance to see our beautiful Starfish in abundance and paddle around some of the bigger boats that are moored out in the channel.

After experiencing plenty of Natures Little Wonders we go for cool off swim around the rock wall at Amity Point South of the jetty.

2. “Treasure Island” Tour will take us 45 minutes out to sea from the Amity township. We visit a sand bar that has developed over the years from the erosion of the Amity shoreline. This has unique features as the birds use it a a resting spot during low and high tides and it is well worth exploring. Bring your flag and claim it as your “FAMILIES” own Island! On our return we hug the Amity rock wall with the chance of seeing Wobbegong sharks, pelagic fish and sea urchins. This is a great eye opener tour.

3. “Adventure Myora” will take us from the foreshores of the One Mile area in Dunwich around to the beautiful Myora Channel.

When we get into the Myora Channel and paddle past the many moored boats there we continue to paddle to 3 ship wrecks which we can explore and watch the Bream and other coloured fish dart in and around this wreck as they swim for shelter.

Always be on the lookout for big Turtles, Stingrays, Dolphins and Dugongs as they also frequent these waters all the way up to Amity Point and beyond.

4. “Shag Rock” kayaking adventure will take us close and personal to passing dolphins and other pelagic fish.

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