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Myall Lakes National Park: 3-Day Kayak Trip

Myall Lakes National Park: 3-Day Kayak Trip // $485

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Look no further for a classic Aussie kayak adventure. Join us and The School of Yak for three days kayaking on the state’s largest coastal lakes and two nights camping at secluded lakeside campgrounds surrounded by native bushland and wildlife.

We have planned a great program so that you not only have an awesome time, but also take away new skills, confidence and friends from your participation in this kayak trip. We have allowed time for you to just relax and enjoy being out in the natural world away from the distractions of life!


Friday 6 September 8.30am - Sunday 8 September 4pm


There is no need for you to have previous kayaking experience. Our guide will adjust the program to allow for everyone’s skill level. Age is also no barrier to kayaking. No matter how young or old, you just need to a have moderate level of fitness and be confident to hold your head above the water in the unlikely event of a capsize scenario until the instructor comes and aids you back into the kayak.

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8.30am - Welcome + briefing at Korsmans Landing, Myall Lakes National Park

9am - gear issuance, skills training and kayak prep, morning tea

12pm - start paddling to Johnson Beach Campsite (9km)

1.30pm - lunch at Bungaree Camp, amongst tall casuarina and paperbark forest, with stunning views across the lake.

4pm - arrive at Johnson Beach Campsite. This campsite is a remote, tranquil spot by the lake, accessible only by water or a 20km walk in along a fire trail. Lap up the seclusion and relax!

6pm - dinner followed by campfire hangs


7am - breakfast followed by free time

9am - pack up camp

9.30am - start paddling to Shelly Beach Camp (9km) This is another remote campsite on the edge of Myall Lake.

10.30am - morning tea break

1.30pm - arrive at campsite…time to set up camp before lunch! Then why not go for a bushwalk or swim?

6pm - dinner followed by more fun by the fire


7am - breakfast followed by free time

9.30am - morning tea before packing up camp

10.30am - start paddling back to Korsman Landing (12.5km) via Boolambayte Creek

12pm - lunch

3.30pm - arrive back at Korsman Landing

4pm - after unpacking, it’s time to go home :(

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  • All technical equipment including kayaks, paddles, PFDs and safety gear

  • Tents are also provided!

  • Instruction from Glenn Macfadyen from School of Yak, holder of Paddle Australia Certification

  • All meals from morning tea on Friday to lunch on Sunday (highly recommend leaving some snacks + drinks in the car for after the expedition!)


  • Transport to + from meeting point

  • Personal clothing (please see gear list) + insurance

  • WATER! You will need to bring approximately 6 litres of drinking water with you. The best way to transport this is in a few 1.5 litre water bottles.


Please note that the trip plan is subject to wind and weather conditions encountered at the actual waterfront and may be changed for safety reasons if deemed necessary. Times are estimates only and may vary due to conditions found on the water and individual paddlers ability.


In the event of bad weather, we will aim to re-organise the event, if you're unable to make the new date it we will offer you a full refund.

No refund on tickets on cancelations 7 days out from the event.

No Show: If you fail to show up on the day of your activity or course, you forfeit your full course fee.

And that's it!

We started She Went Wild with the aim to empower and enable women to gain their footing in the outdoors and kickstart a lifetime of adventure. We hope to see you on this trip!

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