Canoe the Coorong
Just 85 km south of Adelaide is the internationally recognized Coorong Wetlands that stretch more than 130 kilometres.
The Coorong National Park protects a string of spectacular saltwater lagoons which are sheltered from the Southern Ocean by the sweeping, rolling sand dunes of the Younghusband Peninsula and the best way to explore these waterways is by kayak.
It’s a journey of stunning landscapes, peaceful indulgence, majestic pelicans, captivating fur seals, and the rolling thunder of the Southern Ocean.
Canoeing in Coorong National Park is one of the top 10 fun things to do Goolwa and by joining one of their tours, you are in on one of South Australia's best kept secrets.
They offer all-inclusive (with all meals and equipment supplied) guided and fun kayaking tours of the Coorong including the Murray Mouth, Goolwa and the South Coorong Lagoon.
Tours are suitable for participants of all ages and skill levels and range from :
A short two-hour kayak with the New Zealand Fur Seals which takes you to the Goolwa Barrage (Goolwa SA)
Full day all-inclusive The Coorong Tour which explores the Murray Mouth (Goolwa SA)
The Pelican Island Tour which explores the famous Pelican Breeding Islands of the southern Coorong Lagoon where over 2000 pelicans breed (Policemans Point SA)
A Four Day Expedition covering almost 100km
Other things to do/great ideas while in the area:
- Beachport Conservation Park
- Coonawara Wineries Walking Trail
- Mary McKillop Penola Centre
- Naracoorte Caves National Park
About the company
Canoe the Coorong is a true Eco-tourism operation with the guide Brenton Carle, a Flinders University Eco Tourism Graduate, with years of experience in the Coorong.
We also pride ourselves on our conservation efforts to keep the Coorong pristine for future generations to be able to enjoy this unique and precious resource.
We are also a Tourism Australia Accredited Business, offering an authentic experience of nature based eco-friendly kayak tours, with the T-QUAL tick of approval.