Kanu Kapers Australia

Multiple Locations

Family owned and passionately operated by a local kayak world champion, Kanu Kapers use top of the range locally handcrafted sea kayaks for their one day and overnight sustainable kayak adventures. One of just two Everglades in the world, the pristine Noosa Everglades wilderness is a unique place of serene natural beauty, bursting with rare bird and plant species and is best experienced under paddle. The Kabi Aboriginal people once graced this special land which stretches north from the stunning white sandy beaches of Noosa towards the coloured beaches of Rainbow Beach and Fraser Island. Kanu Kapers offer guided and self-guided fully equipped kayak adventures, delicious and nutritious locally sourced food and fresh coffee plus an optional visit to a charming old country pub. Tours to suit ages 4+ and suitable for individuals and groups alike. Departure point just 30 minutes from Noosa, 90 minutes from Brisbane.
Kanu Kapers Australia also hosts team development programs and healing retreats within the Noosa Everglades and surrounds and provide expeditions for individuals and groups throughout Australia.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi
  • Broadband

Facilities

  • Car park

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Canoeing
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Tours

Noosa Everglades Sustainable One Day Guided Kayak Adventure

An awe-inspiring deliciously catered day tour in to the Everglades wilderness accompanied by an expert guide. Immerse yourself in a pristine wilderness as you explore one of just two Everglades in the world; a stunning place of serene natural beauty, bursting with rare animal and plant species, once graced by the Kabi Aboriginal Tribe. Family owned and operated by an Australian kayak champion, Kanu Kapers use streamlined locally handcrafted kayaks for maximum cruising pleasure and provide expert kayaking tuition. Delicious fresh food and fresh coffee is served on the river bank amongst ancient rain forest, the perfect place to take a dip and cool off.
Includes full equipment, tuition, expert guide and delicious food & beverages

Available: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Groups of three or more other days may be arranged.

Duration: 8.30am to 3pm.

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$189 $189
Noosa Everglades Sustainable 2 Days Self- Guided Kayak Tour

Discover remote areas of the pristine ancient 60km river system and surrounds only accessible under paddle on your own personal adventure designed with the help of our expert guide. Fully equipped for your overnight expedition, set up camp on the river bank and sleep under a magical blanket of stars.

Overnight tours includes full equipment, camping gear, cooler box, dry bags, park fees and kayaking tuition

Experience the remotest reaches of the Everglades and upper Noosa river system (not accessible by motor boat) which extends towards rainbow beach and Fraser Island
Unique experience to camp beside the pristine Upper Noosa River and sleep under a magical blanket of stars
Stunning expansive views of the Great Sandy National Park and the lilies of Fig Tree Lake
Abundant wildlife – pelicans, sea eagles, kangaroos, black swans, goanna, cockatoos, echidna, kingfishers and much more can be seen quietly under paddle
Melaleuca and sub-tropical rainforest boardwalk at Fig Tree Point
Swim in the pristine Everglades waters
Harry’s Hut – iconic landmark and camp ground set amongst ancient tea tree woodland

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$229 $229
Kanu Korporate

KanuKorporate specialises in team building, team development, leadership training and corporate coaching. Their corporate training programs will inspire and motivate you, your employees or team mates and will transform the way you work together.

Renowned for their inspirational facilitators, first class client care, meticulous planning and unobtrusive efficiency - their clients book again and again. You can select either a one-day team event, a two to three day team building or leadership program or they can design a program to suit your timetable, budget and desired outcome. They run programs on the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, North Queensland, Canberra, New South Wales and right throughout Australia.

On training programs Kanu Kapers Australia use unique and innovative experiential learning techniques. They provide intense experiences that take teams to a level of team work that is not achieved by simply working together. Their training programs and team building events will result in increased motivation, higher productivity, elevated enthusiasm and team morale, outstanding communication, and reduced absenteeism.

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$85 $500
Noosa Everglades Sustainable 1/2 Day  Guided Kayak Tour

An awe-inspiring deliciously catered half day tour in to the Everglades wilderness accompanied by an expert guide. Immerse yourself in a pristine wilderness as you explore one of just two Everglades in the world; a stunning place of serene natural beauty, bursting with rare animal and plant species.
Includes full equipment, tuition, expert guide and brunch.
Highlights:
Stunning expansive views of the Great Sandy National Park and the lake of lilies – Fig Tree Lake
Abundant wildlife – pelicans, sea eagles, kangaroos, black swans, goanna, cockatoos, echidna, kingfishers and much more can be seen quietly under paddle
Melaleuca and sub-tropical rainforest boardwalk tour at Fig Tree Point
Narrows & River of Mirrors
Refreshing swim in the pristine Everglades waters at the Top of The World!

Duration: 8.30am to 1.30pm. Available on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Their tours can be tailored to suit varying kayaking experience and fitness levels and they can cater for children with their youngest participant to date being just four years old (minimum age depending on size and ability of child to be able to stay sitting in the kayak for periods of 30 to 40 minutes).
Best to self drive Bus-departs for Noosa at 3.15pm

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$155 $155
Noosa Everglades Sustainable 3 Day Self -Guided Kayak Tour

Discover remote areas of the pristine ancient 60km river system and surrounds only accessible under paddle on your own personal adventure designed with the help of our expert guide. Fully equipped for your overnight expedition, set up camp on the river bank and sleep under a magical blanket of stars.

Overnight tours includes full equipment, camping gear, park fees, kayak tuition

Experience the remotest reaches of the Everglades and upper Noosa river system (not accessible by motor boat)
Unique experience to camp beside the pristine Upper Noosa River and sleep under a magical blanket of stars
Stunning expansive views of the Great Sandy National Park and the lilies of Fig Tree Lake
Abundant wildlife – pelicans, sea eagles, kangaroos, black swans, goanna, cockatoos, echidna, kingfishers and much more can be seen quietly under paddle
Melaleuca and sub-tropical rainforest boardwalk tour at Fig Tree Point
Swim in the pristine Everglades waters
Harry’s Hut – iconic landmark and camp ground set amongst ancient tea tree woodland in the Great Sandy National Park
Cooloola Sand Patch – 3 hour return hike to the top of the extensive sand blow rewarded by spectacular coastal and hinterland views.

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$325 $325
Noosa Everglades Sustainable 1 Day Self- Guided Kayak Tour

Create your own unique and truly sustainable self-guided Everglades wilderness adventure with the help of our expert guides and set off to explore one of just two Everglades in the world. The Noosa Everglades is a stunning place of serene natural beauty, bursting with rare animal and plant species, once graced by the Kabi Aboriginal Tribe. Family owned and operated by an Australian kayak champion, Kanu Kapers use streamlined locally handcrafted kayaks for maximum cruising pleasure and provide expert kayaking tuition. Picnic on the river bank amongst ancient rain forest, the perfect place to take a dip and cool off.
Includes full equipment, tuition and guidance in tailor-making your own unique experience.

Highlights:
Stunning expansive views of the Great Sandy National Park and the lake of lilies – Fig Tree Lake
Abundant wildlife – pelicans, sea eagles, kangaroos, black swans, goanna, cockatoos, echidna, kingfishers and much more can be seen quietly under paddle
Melaleuca and sub-tropical rainforest boardwalk tour at Fig Tree Point
Narrows & River of Mirrors
Harry’s Hut
Refreshing swim in the pristine Everglades waters at the Top of The World!
Visit to historic gold rush pub and rainforest gardens

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$99 $99
2 Day Guided Kayak Tour

Duration: 8.30am to 3.00pm.

Includes: Kayaking, safety and camping equipment, professional tour guide, healthy and delicious meals and a fun inspiring adventure!

Highlights: Kinaba Information Centre, Noosa Everglades, Camping in the Great Sandy National Park beside the Noosa River and experiencing the regions amazing flora and fauna.

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$495 $495
White Water Canoe/Kayak Adventure

Come and join former Australian kayaking champion Vivienne Golding on a kayak/canoe adventure. If you are seeking a challenge, new experience or just love to be outdoors then join them on their next adventure into a wild and gorgeous location somewhere in Australia!

Even if you have never paddled before, their instructors will guide you through a customised tour to suit your abilities. For the experienced kayaker the trip can be designed to cater your ability.

Learn how to paddle your own canoe, experience the exhilaration of canoeing down a wild and remote river, camping beside a gently flowing stream and enjoying delicious healthy hearty meals.

On a Kanu Kapers white water adventure, your professional guides are passionate about sharing white water canoeing experiences, nature, wildlife and your safety is their first priority. The canoe adventures are conducted on the Herbert, Nymboida and Clarence Rivers in Queensland and New South Wales.

Please contact them for information regarding upcoming trips.

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$935 $1300
3 Day Guided Kayak Tour

Duration: 8.30am to 3.00pm.

Includes: Kayaking, safety and camping equipment, professional tour guide, healthy and delicious meals and a fun inspiring adventure!

Highlights: Kinaba Information Centre, Noosa Everglades, Camping in the Great Sandy National Park beside the Noosa River and experiencing the region's amazing flora and fauna.

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$695 $695

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