Guided Booderee National Park Kayaking Adventure
- Duration: 2 Hours (approx.)
- Location: Jervis Bay, NSW
- Product code: P38CNU
Come and join one of Jervis Bay Kayak & Paddlesports tours in the pristine waters of Booderee National Park. Booderee is an Aboriginal word from the Dhurga language meaning 'bay of plenty' or 'plenty of fish'. It is a Koori owned place and holds the evidence of the traditional owners' ancestry and with the wind, the water and all life reflected in the past, it is the home and spirit of the Wreck Bay people. Booderee is owned and jointly managed by the people of the Wreck Bay community.
The park is one of Australia’s most spectacular and accessible paddling locations. It features crystal clear water, white sand beaches and a fantastic array of wild life with over 200 species of birds and 180 species of fish. Our tour winds its way from Iluka beach along the beautiful coast line towards Murrays Beach, at the South Eastern end of the park. Taking in stunning vistas, a panoramic view of the entire Jervis Bay and the rugged coastline of Bowen island, this is a truly amazing paddling experience that is not easily forgotten.
This trip is beginner friendly and first time paddlers are very welcome, please be aware that mid-level fitness is required in order to make the most of the coastline. Children must be 12 or over to participate, able to paddle for the length of the tour and must be under the supervision of a responsible adult. Children 5 and over are welcome on some of our other tour options.
The entry fee to Booderee National Park is $13 per car which is valid for two days and must be paid upon entry to the park.