Project Description

Go Sea Kayak Byron Bay

Contact Details

Phone:0416 222 344

Email:[email protected]

Website: goseakayakbyronbay.com.au

Go Sea Kayak Byron Bay is a locally owned and operated Sea Kayak adventure company that gives you the opportunity to experience all the calm waters of Byron Bay have to offer. Imagine kayaks surrounded by local Bottlenose Dolphins, or viewing new born Humpback Whale calves migrating south with their huge mothers, you can do this and more with Go Sea Kayak Byron Bay.

Go Sea Kayak Byron Bay is owned by Byron Bay Surf Life Saving Club stalwart Kurt Tutt. Kurt and his team of outdoor enthusiasts safely lead you into the wonders of Byron Bay’s aquatic environment.

We also run tours on the Brunswick River, one of the most beautiful river systems in New South Wales. We run our tours on the top of the tide when the waters create a crystal clear and calm oasis for kayaking in. Paddle along peaceful waters where the only interruption will be from local sea birds and wildlife calling out as you cruise by the untouched littoral rainforest that separates the coast and the hinterland. This kayak tour is a gentle paced adventure.

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