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Capricorn Seakayaking

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by kiki (subscribe)
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Published April 20th 2014
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A great place to visit, if you have a day to spare, is Penguin Island, and one of the most exciting ways to get there is by kayak.

No need to worry if you have never been kayaking before, everyone gets a quick lesson on the basics before setting out, and you'll be escorted by at least two professionals.

The first stop is Seal Island. This island is a sanctuary zone so no one is allowed to land there, but sometimes the seals will come into the water and swim around the kayaks.

When you reach Penguin Island, there will be time for morning tea before going to see some of the rescued penguins.

After the penguin talk, you'll get a tour of the island. There are some beautiful things to see, you might even get to go snorkeling if the weather's good.

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one of the rescued penguins.

After lunch, it's a quick trip in the kayaks back to the beach where you can help pack up and then head home for dinner, or grab a snack at Pengos' Cafe.

Kayaking tours close on the 27th of April and re-open on the 27th of September.

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view of Penguin Island from the highest lookout.


For more information go to Capricorn Sea Kayaking
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Why? It's a fun family experiance.
When: various dates throughout the year
Phone: 0427 485 123
Where: Shoalwater
Cost: from $162/pp
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