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Redlands Kayak Tours

Multiple Locations

When was the last time you enjoyed an all-natural outdoors experience with your family, friends or workmates? At Redlands Kayak Tours they offer guided kayak tours exploring the beautiful Moreton Bay. Imagine the joy of relaxing on the bay and breathing in the fresh air whilst exploring some of Brisbane's finest waterways.

Choose from one of their many launch sights and see the natural beauty from your very own sit on top kayak. Redlands Kayak Tours have a variety of tour options. They have a short tour (one and a half hours) available for the beginners and families, half day tour (three hours) and full day tour (five hours) for the experienced and fit kayakers. Each tour allows you to explore the waterways in a relaxed atmosphere and on the completion of your tour enjoy some light refreshments.

For tour times and locations please visit their website. Come explore a natural experience!

Facilities

  • Car park

Activities

  • Canoeing

Other Information

Family Friendly:

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

Our Tours

Half Day Kayak Tour

Half Day Kayak Tours operate for three hours and cater for all fitness levels! All tours include basic paddling tuition, photos emailed and light refreshments! For family or group booking prices please contact their office!

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$89 $89
Full Day Kayaking Tingalpa Creek Tour

Their Full Day Tour operates only a few times each year. This tour leaves from the base of Tingalpa creek and explores the entirety to the upper reaches of the Creek to the viewing the the Leslie Harrison Dam Wall. This tour covers 25 kilometres of kayaking and is for the experienced and fit kayakers only. Tour includes, snack for the journey, Morning Tea break to stretch legs at half way and lunch on return of the trip.

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$119 $119
Short Kayak Tour

Short Kayak Tour operates for one and a half hours and caters for the beginners and families wanting to explore the outdoors! All tours include basic paddling tuition, photos emailed and light refreshments! For family or group booking prices please contact their office!

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$65 $65
Straddie Sunrise

Witness the spectacular sunrise over Moreton Bay when you join them for this early morning four hour tour across the bay. For experienced kayakers only, the tour culminates with breakfast at one of Queensland’s most iconic pubs, The Grandview. This tour departs from Wellington Point and arrives at GJ Walter Park at Cleveland.

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$145.00 $145.00

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