This is a fun loving group for anyone interested in anything recreational kayaking all skill levels are welcome especially beginners and also children.

Group and private kayaking lessons available (very extensive and highly recommended). They also regularly guide two hour and three hour waterfront guided paddles, including a qualified instructor and guide.

Kayaking/camping trips away - DVD and barbecue - static skills nights. Bring your own kayaks and hire kayaks are welcome, as are sea kayaks and sit-on-top kayaks.

You might also get to meet local wildlife like stingrays, dolphins, turtles, white-bellied sea-eagles, pelicans, ospreys, kingfishers, and water dragons, migratory birds.

Paul is a fully qualified Paddle Australia Accredited Kayak Instructor and Overnight Kayak Guide with camping endorsement.

Full paddle instruction and technique, equipment wearing and details, including safety are provided - prior to launching.

Splash Kayaking Group are the experts when it comes to exploring them with a paddle in your hand and an industry professional guide and instructor to keep you safe and make it fun.

Every day is an awesome day out with Splash.

This listing was updated on 05/01/2022 by Splash Kayaking Group. Port Macquarie-Hastings Council accepts no liability for inaccuracies or errors in the above listing.

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