Ascot Waters Tour
Wednesday and Saturday
12.00 - 4.00 pm
Adachi Park (Formally Bristile Park)
124 Great Eastern Highway
Basic technique instruction
Safety with an accompanying experienced kayaker
Picnic Lunch - Homemade
Comfortable clothing made for sitting and appropriate for the weather
Footwear that can get wet
Unisex at Adachi Park open 24/7
Change of clothes
By Bus - From the city catch the 299 or 40 that travels along Great Eastern Highway. It is a 22 minute bus ride.
It is an 8 minute bus ride from the Victoria Park Bus Transfer station. Get off at bus stop 14459 and walk to the river.
By Bike - From the city you may also chose to hire a bike from All About Bikes. It is a 1o km ride following the river on bike paths all the way.
By Car - there is plenty of free parking available.
From the Casino catch the 299 or 40 that travels along Great Eastern Highway. Get off at bus stop 14459
We have a few spare wind shell jackets and gloves and a selection of dry bags which you are welcome to use. The kayaks have water proof hatches.
Ascot Waters Tour
No experience necessary. This half day tour which takes you through a beautiful conservation area just a few kilometres from the Perth CBD. Paddle up the scenic Swan River to a little know beach for lunch. Small group numbers makes this a personal, friendly experience.
Glide through the tranquil Ascot Waters bordered by ponds, boardwalks and parks. Paddle past the Maylands Amateur Boat Building Yard and historic Peninsula Farm home Tranby House.
We capture your kayaking experience with some action shots to show and share with others and to keep for your own memories.
Enjoy a scrumptious lunch, picnic style with lost of home made goodies like home made bread, banana jam, tapenade, caramelised onions and sticky date pudding.
This is an opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle and embrace the serenity. You share the river with ducks, swans, pelicans and other water birds.
Happenstance encounters with nature are memorable as will be this tour.
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