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Multi-day Nymboida whitewater adventures

Nymboida National Park

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Overview

Unplug from technology and re-connect with others on a thrilling Nymboida River canoe trip. Let Journey Outdoors in Nature safely introduce you to the thrill of whitewater paddling.

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Where
Nymboida National Park
Accessibility
Hard
Grade
Easy. No paddling experience required.
Price

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Bookings
Bookings required. Book online or email or call Journey Outdoors in Nature on 0457 661 573.
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  • Food, camping equipment, safety equipment and canoes can be provided. 
  • Weekend tour options also available.
 
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These guided tours by Journey Outdoors in Nature are a great way to explore Australia’s longest whitewater canoe trail. Sign up with your family or re-connect with old friends to explore exhilarating rapids, calm river pools and peaceful gorges.

Bring your sense of adventure and head out into the wilderness, knowing everything you need to thrive is in your canoes. Spend your days paddling in pairs down this beautiful river in Nymboida National Park with guides and others who love the outdoors.

Don’t worry if you’ve never paddled a canoe before. Your guides will teach you skills and tips you need to safely navigate the low-key drops of Nymboida River rapids. After each stretch of whitewater, you'll have plenty of time to rest and regroup in peaceful pools below.

Finish each day in the great outdoors by joining the rest of your group to set up camp. If the fresh air and exercise make you hungry, you'll really enjoy the tasty local organic produce supplied by Journey Outdoors in Nature. After a delicious camp meal, there's plenty of time to sit back and relax for some stargazing and yarns by the campfire.

Journey Outdoors in Nature is a licensed commercial tour operator with a Parks Eco Pass.

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    Disability access level - hard

    People with restricted mobility can be accommodated with sufficient advance notice and planning.

    Learn more

    Multi-day Nymboida whitewater adventures is in Nymboida National Park. Here are just some of the reasons why this park is special:

    Aboriginal cultural heritage

    River campground, Nymboida National Park. Photo: D Redman

    This region covers parts of the traditional lands of the Ngarrabul and Gumbaynggirr People. The land and waterways, and the plants and animals that live in them, feature in all facets of Aboriginal culture - including recreational, ceremonial, spiritual and as a main source of food and medicine. Evidence of past occupation includes open campsites along the Mann and Nymboida River terraces, and local Aboriginal people maintain strong links with this special country.

    An important habitat for animals and birdlife

    River campground, Nymboida National Park. Photo: D Redman

    Search the skies for the majestic white-bellied sea eagle, listen out for the magical call of bellbirds, and rest your paddle while you search for turtles and water dragons. Look beneath the surface of the river for fish, but pay close attention to fishing regulations - the park's rivers contain part of the only remaining wild breeding population of the critically endangered eastern freshwater cod. It is illegal to catch them and other seasonal fishing restrictions also apply.

    As nature intended

    Canoeing the Mann River, Nymbodia National Park. Photo: D Parkin

    The core of Nymboida National Park has been declared wilderness and is sliced up by the rugged Mann River. The Bindery-Mann Wilderness, along with the adjacent Washpool Wilderness, forms a large area where nature survives away from direct human interference. This bushland connects with the Gibraltar Range-Washpool section of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia.

    • Multi-day Nymboida whitewater adventures Unplug from technology and re-connect with others on a thrilling Nymboida River canoe trip. Let Journey Outdoors in Nature safely introduce you to the thrill of whitewater paddling.

    Historic heritage

    River campground, Nymboida National Park. Photo: D Redman

    The challenging territory of the Nymboida has seen plenty of settler activity over the years. Generations of families mustered on large, rugged bush blocks on the Nymboida and Mann rivers, sometimes camping in slab huts, and miners of tin and gold worked Nymboida and Chambigne Creek Goldfield along Mann River valley.

    Outdoor activities against a dramatic backdrop

    Canoeing the Mann River, Nymboida National Park. Photo: D Parkin

    Experience the excitement of nature among the gorges and forest while canoeing, 4WDing, hiking and camping. The protected wilderness of Nymboida offers a spectacular landscape for you to explore, formed by ancient volcanoes and long periods of faulting and uplift. You'll discover rugged and remote valleys, the pristine waters of the Nymboida and Mann rivers, and magnificent towering forest.

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