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Leaving from Kalbarri Boat Hire, for your adventure, you will be taken 15km up the Murchison River to Gregory Rocks in a OKA 4WD. Here you will begin your 4km paddle down the river to Nanny Goat Well. You will be met here by your guide for the best...more
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| Murchison River, Opposite Grey Street, Kalbarri, Kalbarri National Park, Western Australia 6536, Australia
All reviews great morning cooked breakfast self guided tour murchison river hash browns toast castle rock bbq breakfast huge breakfast afternoon safari breakfast was amazing first stop friendly guide great fun life jackets easy paddle start point
Not the best day, low tide, lots of portage (carrying your canoe), lots of walking through mud. Would be a great trip in optimum conditions i.e. reasonable water depth, at other times of the year. Wear old clothes, one sinks into the slippery black mud...More
Good service with a smile. Clear instructions about the boat and the river passage. A great location and to see Kalbarri from the water. Time for a swim near Castle Rock, kangaroo on the waters edge. Glimpsed the dolphins on our return to the boat...More
Wow we had a fantastic day.
I would highly recommend everyone to hire a tinny.
Kat explained everything to us very well.
The fish were jumping, we were fishing and got to explore the Murchison river.
Stopped had a swim, then picnic lunch on the...More
Great way to see a section of the Murchison River. We saw ibis, kites, an eagle. Lots of fish jumping, plus kangaroos, emus and wild goats along the foreshore.
Yummy bush brekkie too.
Well looked after by Dan.
Definitely no shoes! The water level is...More
Two adults, 13 yo and 8 yo did the afternoon canoe tour. The wind meant that the tour guide suggested we do the tour in reverse so we weren't canoeing into the wind. This meant we were canoeing against the current (and sometime against the...More
Dan took us in his 4X4 bus up the river bank and set us on our way in the canoes while he whipped us up a fantastic brekkie, the river is full of wildlife and a very calm feeling was had while we floated in...More
We did the morning canoe safari with Dan - it was incredible value and something i'd highly recommend. You get access to the river via some pretty bumpy off road tracks, which we couldn't have done ourselves. The breakfast was AMAZING... bacon, eggs, hash browns,...More
Response from Bronwen C | Reviewed this property |
Hi, the water is flat but when we did it the river was very full, lots of eddies and fast flowing so check the water levels. Canoes fitted 4 people but obviously the heavier the canoe the harder you work. Everyone has to... More
Hi, the water is flat but when we did it the river was very full, lots of eddies and fast flowing so check the water levels. Canoes fitted 4 people but obviously the heavier the canoe the harder you work. Everyone has to wear life jackets.