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Self-guided paddling experiences

Morton National Park

Overview

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Leave the world behind and paddle away for half, full or multi-day river adventures along breathtaking gorges in Morton National Park with kayaks and canoes supplied by Kangaroo Valley Safaris.

 

When
Contact Kangaroo Valley Safaris for dates and times.
Where
Morton National Park
Accessibility
Easy
Grade
Easy. Moderate fitness required.
Price
Contact Kangaroo Valley Safaris for pricing.
Bookings
Book online or call Kangaroo Valley Safaris on 0418 221 169. Booking recommended but 'walk-ins' also welcome.
Please note
Guided and self-guided school excursions also available, including trips for youth in the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Program.
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Choose among several self-guided trips near Kangaroo Valley to enjoy some of Australia’s most scenic flat-water paddles. Whether you're after an easy half-day out or a more ambitious overnight camping trip, these excursions are a great way to explore stunning rivers and gorges in and around Morton National Park. 

Kangaroo Valley Safaris are your passport to this hidden world. They supply canoes and kayaks, and can drop you off and pick you up, making it easy to explore the Kangaroo and Shoalhaven rivers and Tallowa Dam. 

Discover hidden creeks and even the drowned forest of Yarrunga Creek. Come after rain to see waterfalls cascade over majestic sandstone cliffs. If you want to immerse yourself in nature longer by camping on river flats, you'll wake up to silence except for the sound of birds. You might even see a platypus if you’re lucky.

Kangaroo Valley Safaris is a licensed commercial tour operator with a Parks Eco Pass.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

Belmore Falls. Photo:John Yurasek