Exploration of Popran Creek's rich environment by kayak
A friendly guide who explains the Glenworth Valley’s history
Chance to spot an abundance of water birds & vegetation
Unique landscapes as you paddle past mangrove trees
Relaxing day in nature & a nice escape from city living
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided kayak tour
Equipment, training, and instruction
Live tour commentary provided in English
Know Before You Book
Children aged 6 and younger are not allowed. Children 7–15 must be accompanied in the kayak by a paying adult.
At least 4 people are required for this activity to take place.
You do not need previous kayaking experience.
This activity is located in Glenworth Valley, which is approximately 1 hour away from Sydney. You must make your own way to the meeting point.
Kayaking at Glenworth Valley on Popran Creek is tidal and departure times are subject to tide levels.
Check-in is 30 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.
What you can expect
Embark on a peaceful kayak adventure that lets you paddle down the serene Popran Creek in the heart of Glenworth Valley. Thriving vegetation, towering cedar trees, and a variety of colourful bird species greet you from every angle during this guided journey into the great outdoors.
After making your way to the Glenworth Valley and meeting your guide, settle into your kayak, dip your paddle into the creek's sparkling water, and propel yourself peacefully along the gentle current. As you drift, your guide enlightens you to the valley's rich history and abundance of bird life, which includes eagles, herons, ducks, and swamp hens.
Paddle along at a relaxed pace while passing by historical places of interest, including a stone fence built by convicts in the late 1800s, and a boiler once used by a logging operation. Learn about the valley's cedar trees and the role they play in preserving water quality and reducing pollution throughout the region. This soothing and scenic voyage into nature opens your eyes to a different side of Australia.