Social Sunset Paddle and Nibbles
Brisbane Queensland - Sun 11th November 2018

Max Participants:
20
Location:
Brisbane Queensland
Date:
Sun 11th November 2018
Start Time:
5:00pm
End Time:
7:00pm
Duration:
2 hours appr
Non-Member Cost:
$90.00 per person
Member Cost:
$85.00 per person
Tagged:
brisbane kayaking sunset
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Enjoy a one of a kind sunset experience with an easy sunset paddle followed by nibbles and drinks on the banks of the Brisbane River.

Our fully guided 1.5 hour paddling adventure takes us along the river, under some of Brisbane's inner city bridges as the sun goes down over the water and the city lights begin to shimmer and dance, before we head back to enjoy dips, nibbles and a relaxing beer, wine or soft drink under a marquee on the rivers edge with the stunning city lights as our backdrop.  

No kayaking experience is needed to enjoy this paddle, as experienced guides will be with us every step of the way, and who will happily cater for everyone's needs!     
We will start with basic paddling instruction and full safety briefing before we set out, to ensure you're wobble-free. 

Suitable for beginners through to advanced kayakers, this is a relaxing & social way to wrap up your day!

Our meeting point to begin is in the Kangaroo Point Cliffs Park near Amesbury St -   See map link for location 
 

Gallery

Kayaks on the water at sunset
Kayaks on the water at sunset
Sunset over the Brisbane river
Girls paddling at sunset

Location

Please note map locations and route are approximate only

Highlights

● Magical sunset

● Amazing city lights reflecting on the water

Includes

Kayak and all safety equipment

A fully guided tour and safety briefing with an experienced guide

Basic training and technique instruction

Adventurous Women Host

Beer, Wine, or soft drink

Nibbles and dips

Complimentary showers and sunscreen

Excludes

Transport To/From the start point

Items of a Personal Nature

What To Bring/Wear

- Comfortable clothing & footwear that can get wet

- Change of clothes and towel for after paddling if you wish

- A waterproof camera if you have one

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