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Southwest Tasmania Wilderness Expeditions - Roaring 40s Kayaking - 4 Day Wilderness Kayaking Exploration

Walkers on Mt Beattie, Bathurst Harbour, Southwest Tasmania
Comfortable bed at standing camp, Bathurst Harbour, Southwest Tasmania
Enjoying dinner at permanent camp, Bathurst Harbour, Southwest Tasmania
Kayakers on Bathurst Channel, Southwest Tasmania
Kayaking towards Celery Top Islands, Bathurst Harbour, Southwest Tasmania
Celery Top Island from the air, Bathurst Harbour, Southwest Tasmania
Kayakers on North River, Bathurst Harbour, Southwest Tasmania
Kayakers on Black Swan Island, Bathurst Harbour, Southwest Tasmania
Arriving at Melaleuca, Southwest Tasmania for a kayaking expedition
Kayakers on Bathurst Harbour near Celery Top Islands, Southwest Tasmania
This kayaking exploration of the calm waters of Bathurst Harbour and the Narrows is an ideal way to experience the majesty of the World Heritage Area wilderness if your time is at a premium, or you're new to paddling or wilderness camping. This trip uses a standing camp as a base, making this a wilderness kayaking experience with a splash of comfort. Visit the unique Celery Top Islands, paddle past ancient Huon pines, admire the mirror-like reflections at Moulters Inlet or walk Mt Beattie for stunning views of Bathurst Harbour. Trips are framed around the group's interests and the prevailing weather. This typically results in three to four hours of paddling each day with frequent rest stops and relaxing lunch breaks.

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