Join us on our City Sights Kayak Tour for the best way to take in the sights and scenery of Melbourne City and the Yarra River, all from a unique water-level perspective.
Accompanied by an experienced guide you will be taken downriver and into the heart of Melbourne. Paddle from there further down the Yarra River past Flinders Stations up to South Wharf. Check out the iconic Polly Woodside Tallship along the way.
After a break at the beautiful Yarra’s Edge Marina your guide with take you upstream past the Crown Casino and South Bank district before finishing back at Boathouse Drive.
This tour is appropriate for young and old, experienced and non-experienced – it caters for all.
Where: Starting and finishing at Boathouse Drive next to Princes Bridge, directly across the Yarra River from Federation Square.
Duration: It takes about 1 3/4 hours to complete the City Sights Tour of which approx. 1 1/4 hour is actual paddling time.
Price: $82.00 per person
All prices are shown in AUD ($)
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