Guided Kayak Tours

Escape, explore & experience

Informative and memorable paddling experiences

Sydney, Berowra, Rylstone and beyond

Established in 2011, Southern Cross Kayaking is a reputable and respected ecotourism business offering guided kayak tours in many locations in NSW and kayak and SUP hire at Ganguddy-Dunns Swamp in the Wollemi National Park NSW.

By combining our interests, our skills and our qualifications into Southern Cross Kayaking, we have created a safe, positive and enjoyable outdoor ecotourism experience for people of all ages.

Something for Everone

safe, positive and enjoyable outdoor ecotourism experience for people of all ages


All of our tours are designed to give our customers a memorable and deeply satisfying kayaking experience.


Kayak hire at Ganguddy every day during weekends and school holidays between September and April.

Learn To Paddle

Paddle Australia qualified instructors providing proper tuition and techniques.

Ganguddy-Dunns Swamp

Come and enjoy Ganguddy for its beauty, walking tracks, waterways and natural heritage.

Kathy Kordas

It's been a couple of years, since last year there were bushfires. Cindy & John are wonderful with the attention and service they provide, bringing awareness of the environment with each person's safety and well-being in mind. A wonderful experience for young and old.

Natty W

A wonderful and memorable experience. Cindy and John were very warm and friendly and had alot of knowledge of the area. A must do if you are ever visiting Dunns Swamp. Thank you Cindy for being so patient with our large group, our children had an amazing time

Dee Clack

Fabulous experience and friendly helpful team full of information and obvious love and care of the beautiful location. The location is breathtaking and suitable for all levels of experience

Kat McDonald

Super friendly. They were wonderful with communicating about the safe use of a kayak to my kids. Really easy transaction and good safe equipment. Definitely recommend.

Glenn Radford

Wonderful experience and friendly people who offered several great recommendations on where/ how to explore the outstanding surrounding scenery.

We acknowledge that ours were not the first footprints on Australia’s soil and we sincerely recognise and pay respect to the First People of these lands.

We appreciate them, their heritage and their enduring connections to Country, Waters and Culture. We pay our respects to Elders and Ancestors past, present and emerging, and value the knowledge, beliefs and stories of the Dabee People of the Wiradjuri Nation, and all First Nations people who are the original custodians of the lands on which we reside, travel, and conduct our kayaking adventures.

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