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Phone Lines

Line 1: 02 9969 4590

Line 2: 02 9960 4389

 

Email

info@sydneyharbourkayaks.com.au

 

NSW Location

81 Parriwi Road - Smiths Boat Shed
The Spit Bridge, Mosman 2088

 

Victorian Location

Murray River Adventures

Cohuna, Victoria
 

Australian Maritime Safety Authority

Certificate of Operation Holder.

Parking
There is a lot of parking close to us at the Spit Bridge, however it is council paid parking.


Free parking Information
There is some free parking north and south of us at Upper Parriwi Road, Mosman or Avona Cres, Seaforth.

Both locations will require a few hundred metres walk back to our Spit Bridge location.


Note: make sure you always check the parking signs.

Bus

Transport NSW 

Opening Hours
 

SUMMER HOURS - October to May

Monday & Tuesday: 9am to 3pm

Wednesday: 9am to 5pm

Thursday: 7am to 6pm

Friday: 9am to 5pm

Saturday and Sunday: 7.30am to 5pm

WINTER HOURS - June to September

Monday / Tuesday CLOSED

Wednesday to Friday: 9am to 5pm

Saturday and Sunday: 7.30am to 5pm

We will be closed:

Easter Sunday

Christmas Day

Boxing Day

New Years Day

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Sydney Harbour Kayaks - Kayak Rentals, Surf Ski Rentals, Canoe Rentals

What is the difference between our standard kayaks and deluxe kayaks?

 

Please watch the video below to find out.

At Sydney Harbour Kayaks, we only rent the best equipment we can buy. The range is split into standard or deluxe.

 

What's the difference?

- The Standard kayaks come in either singles or doubles and are made of plastic, these kayaks are generally stable and very durable. They are fairly heavy and therefore tougher to paddle. Several models of the Standard range have no rudders.

 

- The Deluxe range includes single kayaks, double kayaks, canoes and surf skis. These craft are produced from light and strong materials like fibreglass, Kevlar or even carbon fibre. They are also fairly stable (with the exceptions of some surf skis) and are super light so you can paddle effortlessly.