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Canoeing & kayaking

Paddle out to sea on a kayak and discover the wonders of the Great Ocean Road region. Explore bays, beaches and hidden inlets or take a canoe on the lakes, rivers and estuaries.


For some of Australia's finest flat-water canoeing, take a trip up the coast to the Glenelg River near Nelson. Travel through the striking landscapes of rolling bushland and ancient gorges and on down to the estuary. Well-maintained campsites are available every five to 10 kilometres for those wanting to camp out.

Stop in at Lake Colac, one of south-west Victoria's water sport hubs, for a range of activities including boating, rowing, yachting, water-skiing and windsurfing. For something a little calmer, try a spot of canoeing on Lake Bullen Merri or Lake Gnotuk and soak up the pristine scenery.


Get your adrenaline pumping on a sea kayak in the region's sheltered bays or ride the waves along rugged coastlines. Hire your gear from one of the tour operators at Anglesea, Lorne and Apollo Bay that cater for all levels of experience, skills and adventure tastes. Just starting out? Sign up for lessons instead of a tour.

Kayak to seal colonies

Combine a love of the water with a love of wildlife on a seal kayaking tour. Join a group and paddle out from the coast to a seal colony. Watch as they tumble around in the waves and sun themselves on the rocks. If you're lucky, they'll even swim over to say hello. Tours cater for both beginners and experienced kayakers.

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Canoeing & kayaking

Sports tours

Kayak Adventures

Port Fairy Surf School / Daktari Sport

Want to have some fun in the water but avoid the surf? Port Fairy Surf School have Kayak Adventures designed for great fun in smooth water conditions...

From $33 - $99

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Nature & wildlife

Beaches and coastlines

Paddle, swim or surf in the crashing waves or take a relaxing stroll along the clean, golden sands of some of Australia's best beaches.

Beaches & coastlines

Lakes and waterways

Head to the Great Ocean Road region to Lake Elizabeth in the Otways to view the elusive platypus or paddle down the Glenelg River to an ancient cave.

Outdoor activities

Walking and hiking

Walk the Great Ocean Road region's stunning coastal tracks and ancient rainforest trails and see breathtaking ocean views or dramatic waterfalls.

Wildlife and zoos


See playful Australian fur seals waddle, lumber and tumble down off rocks and into the sea on a Lady Julia Percy Island or Cape Bridgewater cruise.