Hello Paddlers!

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Reg and Jen starring in the Hobart city campaign

Wow! That’s a wrap on a wonderful summer of Tasmanian kayaking. Thanks to everyone who has paddled with us this summer. We have loved sharing Tassie’s beautiful coastlines with you and sharing the laughs and fun times along the way.

Reg and I recently were involved with Tourism Australia to promote our beautiful home city of Hobart. If you haven’t seen it – check it out here. Thanks to the amazing film crew from Hype TV who managed to somehow make us look OK!

In this newsletter: get in quick for your Tasmanian kayak expedition next summer as places are booking quick, good news on the Orange-bellied Parrot recovery, Next Level Kayaking opens a new local shop, staying clean in the wilderness and the Tasmanian Breath of Fresh Air Film Festival (BOFA) (free online during May).

With our tours finishing this Sunday 2nd May, we’re all now planning our winter breaks. Many of our team are heading to the mainland for some winter adventures including Reg and Jen who are planning to walk Larapinta and Tory planning to sail to Queensland!

See you on the water next summer.
Reg and Jen


Expedition kayaking next summer

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It seems many of you are planning early your kayaking adventures for next summer – can’t wait eh!

Our Flinders Island adventures for next summer are fully booked and only one spot is available on the Gordon River expedition on the 11th December. Places on our Southwest Tasmanian expeditions are also booking quickly so get in quick to secure your preferred date.

NEW: we’ve just released two Tasman Peninsula 4-day kayaking adventures. This spectacular coastline has some of Australia’s highest sea cliffs, amazing blowholes and deep sea caves along with abundant bird and marine life.


Great news on the Orange-bellied Parrot

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Endangered Orange-bellied Parrots (OBP) have started their migration across Bass Strait from their breeding home at Melaleuca in Southwest Tasmania to their winter grounds along Victorian and South Australian coastlines.

What a great season of success for the OBP recovery team. This summer the adult bird population reached 51 and after the breading season there were 192 birds. From only 17 adults five years ago this is a very exciting milestone. Click the link below for the full 2021 update.


Next Level Kayaking – Retail Shop

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Recently our friends at Next Level Kayaking opened a retail store at Kingston Beach (just south of Hobart). They have sea kayaks, sit-on-top kayaks and ocean skis for sale along with a great range of kayaking accessories including life jackets and paddling clothing. We recommend paying them a visit if you are looking for kayaks or kayaking accessories.

You can also checkout their online shop on the below link.


Camping Hygiene


How not to drive your kayaking friends away!

Camp hygiene and staying clean on a kayaking adventure is crucial for you and your health as well as the health (and noses) of your kayaking companions. Feeling clean each night can also help you sleep and ultimately improve your sense of well-being.

Our latest blog has some simple wilderness hygiene tips to keep you fresh and healthy on any kayaking adventure.


Tasmanian Breath of Fresh Air Film (BOFA) Festival – Free Online 3-30 May

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We are excited to see the Tasmanian BOFA Film Festival back in Launceston and Hobart cinemas during May. They’re also streaming 18 of their amazing films from 12 countries (including Australia) free online.

To get the free access code to the online film festival, join the BOFA newsletter now.


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