School Groups

Contact us to discuss the needs of your group. Services that we offer include:

  • Group kayak/canoe hire – single or multi-day

  • Comprehensive paddling instruction with qualified instructors – from beginners to advanced

  • DECD registered canoe instructors to accompany school groups

  • Launch to finish-point car/bus relocation for one-way trips

  • Assistance with route planning, including up-to-date information on accessibility and navigability of backwaters

  • Coordinating visits from local environmental specialists

  • Variations within these services to suit your needs

  • Quality craft: single kayaks, double kayaks, Canoes – all with camping storage space. Sit-on-top kayaks also available for day activities.


  • Flatwater instructors qualified with Paddle Australia

  • Certified Australian Maritime Safety Authority operator

  • Risk Assessments, Behavioral Guidelines, and camping checklists available on request

Phone Kym on 04211 676 45 to discuss how we can help you achieve your educational aims.

School Group Rates

Special rates apply for school group bookings, starting from:

  • $25/day for Single Kayaks*
  • $34/day for Double Kayaks/Canoes*

*Rates vary dependent on the number of craft and duration of hire.

e.g. Total cost of a 3 day Outdoor Ed camp is $80/single kayak, $110/double kayak/canoe.  Instructors extra.

Enquire About School Group Camps and Excursions

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  • Paddlers over 95kg desiring a single-seated kayak will be more comfortable in particular kayaks. Will anyone in your group be requiring one of these kayaks?
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Our morning sojourn on the Murray River was the highlight of our time in the Riverland... Gurra Gurra Creek rang with the sound of nesting Whistling Kites, Yellow Rosellas and Reed Warblers, in particular, as we drifted slowly with the current and a gentle tail wind. We had it all to ourselves. Entering the River, the stunning red cliffs and width of the waterway added contrast. Then into the more intimate entrance to the Ajax Achilles Lakes, flanked by lignum, reeds and towered over by cooba wattles, black box and river red gums. Reluctantly, we returned to reality as we re-entered the River near Lock 4 where Kym was waiting, very patiently, to pull us ash
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