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Sydney Harbour Kayaks
Special Early-Morning Guided Kayaking Tours -'Breakfast paddle'

Early Morning / Breakfast Kayaking Tour


Beautiful Sydney Harbour Early Morning & Breakfast Tour

- 2.5 Hours -

Main Harbour Tour

Wake up to the beauty of one of the world's most famous waterways on this early morning kayak tour.

Join us in welcoming in the new day on Sydney Harbour on this luxury 2 ½ hour sea kayaking experience.

See Sydney's 'working' harbour and see the city from a completely new perspective.

Explore Darling Harbour, Cockle Bay and get up-close to the Australian National Maritime Museum's stunning heritage fleet.

Depending on the conditions, there will also be a photo set-up in front of the Harbour Bridge, Opera House and Luna Park.


Tickets are $175 per person and includes expert guides, historical commentary, and hot tea or coffee and light breakfast on the water.

What a perfect way to start the day.

Presented by Sydney Harbour Kayaks in partnership with the Australian National Maritime Museum.

Enjoy a stop at the 'Kayak Cafe'

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Start: 7.00am to 9.30am

Price: $175.00 per person

Starting Location:

at the HMAS Vampire Pavilion

on the marina.

Australian National Maritime Museum @ Darling Harbour

The minimum cost for this special intimate Private Tour is $525.00

(3 people)

Please Note:

Sydney's Main Harbour is a very busy, working Harbour and there are many large vessels.

This very special tour is conducted in stable ocean going sea kayaks, guided by experienced guides. The Main Harbour can become very rough with lots of ferry wash / wake.

If the weather isn't ideal, then we may not be able to paddle under the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

We will make sure we get close, however our guiding policy is always safety first and the tour will still be a great experience.

Generally, Middle Harbour is a calmer place to paddle, therefore if you are a little worried then please book into the 'Middle Harbour Sunriser'


Download our tour / team-building

brochure (2023 version)

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