Freycinet Adventures offer award winning guided sea kayak tours & Aqua Taxi transfers into the heart of Freycinet National Park. Boasting Tasmania’s sunniest climate the Freycinet Peninsula is filled with outstanding natural beauty. Pink Granite mountains, white sandy beaches and turquoise water.
What To Expect
Our tours depart from the town of Coles bay which sits at the foot of the Hazard Mountain Range on the edge of world renowned Freycinet National Park. Surrounded by the crystal clear waters of Great Oyster Bay & the Tasman sea, kayaking is the perfect way to discover this area.
Our sea kayak tours depart year round and are run by our team of expert guides. We provide all the gear, including stable double kayaks, warm jackets. Don’t worry if you haven’t kayaked before, our team will show you how to use all the gear and make sure you are comfortable out on the water. Our tours are family friendly and suitable for beginners. We offer day tours for those with limited time in Freycinet, and Expedition tours for those wanting to explore further.
The Freycinet Paddle
From $110 per person
Take our award winning sea kayaking tour into the heart of Freycinet National Park. Experience crystal clear waters and towering granite mountains.Departing morning & afternoon, year round this tour is suitable to all levels of experience.
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