Tasmania is home to some of Australia's best coastlines for kayaking with plenty of rivers, stunning beaches and massive sea cliffs and even the Hobart city waterfront to explore. Whether you are a novice paddler or are looking for your next multi day adventure, there are plenty of amazing places to explore.
Hobart is one of Australia's best kayaking destinations with plenty of amazing spots to put in a boat and start exploring.
South of Hobart are the stunning cliffs of Tinderbox offering a great days paddling exploring small caves and lovely beaches. Keep an eye out for Sea Eagles and even Dolphins at the right times of the year.
If you are looking for something easier or want a great way to spend a morning or afternoon then it's well worth kayaking around the Hobart waterfront for a different perspective of the city.
The Tasman Peninsula is one of the most epic places in Tasmania to explore with touring sea cliffs, ocean swell from the Southern Ocean and deep blue waters.
The Sea Cliffs make for a dramatic backdrop that plays host to Sea Eagles, Seals, Dolphins and even Whales at the right time of year. The swell here can be quite large making for adventurous paddling but if you are willing to get a bit wet then this place will not disappoint.
Roaring 40's Kayaking run regular tours at Fortescue Bay during the warmer months (October through to end of April) that explores the bay and the major features of Cape Hauy including the Totem Pole and the Candlestick rock formations. Keep an eye out and a camera handy as spotting seals from the local colonies is a regular occurrence.
If you are looking for perfect white sandy beaches, warmer waters and plenty of sun then nothing beats a holiday on Tasmania's East Coast. While here make sure to head out on the water and explore the local coastline with it's stunning lichen red rocks on the waters edge and pristine white sandy beaches.
Bathurst Harbour and the Port Davey are some of the most scenic places in Tasmania to explore by Kayak. After a stunning flight in around the South West Coast of Tasmania be treated to stunning views of the Tasmania's major South West peaks while gliding across pristine waterways.
Kayaking tours run from October through to April with three and seven day options available. Seven day tours explore both Bathurst Harbour and Port Davey camping on remote beaches and campsites along the way. Three day tours take in the stunning Bathurst Harbour staying in the comfort of the Par Avion Base Camp.