Canoes, Champagne and Canapés

$195.00 inc GST

$195 inc GST

There are some places in the wilderness where nature over delivers.

Gliding downstream on the Kangaroo River from Beehive Point to the mouth of Yarrunga Creek with the backdrop of the Morton National Park in Kangaroo Valley is one such place. Take a seat in one of our custom-built double-canoe rigs and immerse your senses in the sheer beauty of this magical waterway.  Indulge your taste buds with wild native canapés and a local award-winning cold-climate wine and discover what is unapologetically WILDfest™ heaven. It's the must do festival experience that explores the sunken forest and its eerily beautiful backdrop of a convict-built sandstone road, winding uphill and linking the rainforest with our colonial past. This is wilderness in its extreme and is home to the majestic azure kingfisher, wedge-tail eagle, diamond python, rock wallaby, white-breasted sea eagle, water dragon and more.

For those of you not accustomed to canoeing our rigs are stable and virtually unsinkable. Its like gliding on a catamaran as you wine and dine your way around Kangaroo Valley. The area we are exploring is very calm and the currents are mild, making paddling effortless. Its an easy and safe way to get you into the waterways of the Southern Highlands and of course life jackets are supplied by our guides who accompany you on the trip. 

Travis Frenay our guide from Paddle & Portage Canoes has been a professional paddling instructor for nearly 15 years and has been the lead teacher of canoeing at Lithgow TAFE for the last 9 years on their award-winning Outdoor Recreation courses. He is an extremely talented instructor with unsurpassed local knowledge and to say he is a water enthusiast is an under statement. Travis has crafted an incredible and unique event for WILDfest™ Southern Highlands and it's not one to be missed. Numbers are strictly limited so book now!

We have 3 sessions on Friday 27th, Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th October 2017.
Price is $195 per person.

Bowral to Beehive Point is 45-60 minutes drive and the last few kilometres are on the dirt to add in some fun 4WD as well. Transfers to and from Beehive point are not included in the price but can be arranged if required. There is ample parking to self drive.


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Friday 27 Oct, Saturday 28 Oct, Sunday 29 Oct


8.30am to 11am, 11.30 to 2pm, 2.30pm to 5pm