From Althorpe Island to Ceduna, the Island off of Port Lincoln and Coffin Bay, we have a few days at sea clocked up and a few tales to tell. The South Australian Coast offers over 50 spectacular Islands, from low lying sand beaches, perforated limestone cliffs to sheer walls and rock landings in order to find a campsite for the night. The paddling in this area can be challenging, the weather can be notorious, the seas big. The slots and play holes that you can find as you paddle the walls of the mainland coast and islands are to be remembered. The abundance of marine life, always wiling to play draws me to this lifestyle of exploration.
The Nagee coast in NSW is not to be missed, as is the Islands, cultures and people of the Torres Strait Islands.The trip prepping, the logistics planning and then the simplicty of life always adds flavour to an expedition. For the most part, the unknown adventures that come from the whole sea kayaking experience is what motivates us to keep going, keep exploring.......just to see what is around that next corner..........that next headland.......see you on the water someday!
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