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Join your choice of a morning or afternoon excursion to Manly to snorkel in the clear calm waters of Cabbage Tree Bay Aquatic Reserve. Just a short hop from Sydney, see some of Australia's diverse marine life on this guided snorkeling tour. Your expert guide leads your small group of beginning and experienced snorkelers into the water from the beach. With group numbers limited to 10 participants, enjoy customized attention from your guide. Also, take a short guided walk on the headlands for fantastic views of the Northern Beaches.
Pittwater is a place that captivates the imagination. The crystal clear waters, pristine beaches, beautiful houses, magnificent wilderness of Ku-Ring-Gai chase national park and its world class bushwalking, sailing boats and occasional super yachts make it a treasure to explore. It's best enjoyed from the water, and this tour gives you a front row seat. Cruise in comfort and style in our specially designed boat. Explore the bays, drop in a boat toy, pull up to a beach for a splash and a swim or a picnic and a play. Hike to the incredible West Head lookout, or to the historic lighthouse at Barrenjoey Headland between the harbour and the ocean. Or just stay in the boat and admire the unique, water-access only settlements, which hold a special place in the hearts of Sydney siders. Iconic waterfront restaurants such as The Boat House, Newport, Passadena or the Waterfront are on offer, or we can provide wraps to eat in the wild. Tea, coffee, and snacks are also provided.
Take the time to fully explore this incredible paradise, on our 3 day tour of Pittwater and Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park. The pristine beaches, crystal clear waters, hiking trails and breathtaking lookouts have made this a favourite playground for the people of Sydney for thousands of generations. With a kayak tour and a boat trip included, this is a chance to get up close and personal with this gorgeous Country. Try wakeboarding or tubing, swimming, snorkelling, you might even see some seals. Pull into a deserted beach and let the worries of the world slip away. The trip is fully catered, but you can choose to take advantage of some of wonderful waterfront restaurants on offer. Camp in comfort at The Basin - Sydney's famous family campground, complete with showers and bathrooms. Or, stay at the YHA, or a fabulous waterfront Boat Houses. All food and equipment is provided, no experience necessary, all you need to do is show up with a sense of adventure.
Explore the world beneath the ocean’s surface in a new way with an underwater scooter. With two hands on the device to steer and the push of a button, the scooter’s powerful motor tows you effortlessly through the water on an aquatic adventure. See colorful marine life with a snorkel, and mask, and move quickly without wearing yourself out. Originally designed for military use, the scooters provide a novel way to move under water.
Discover Sydney’s beloved coastline and marine animals with this 3-hour snorkeling tour. Your experienced guides will lead you to some of the city’s best snorkeling spots. After a brief safety training, you’ll have time to familiarize yourself with your equipment before hitting the water. Dive in and enjoy this unique Sydney experience.
Learn to scuba dive while traveling in Australia during this beginner course. With a small group of just four people or fewer, you'll enjoy personalized attention from your guide as you learn the basics. All instruction and equipment is included; this course is geared toward absolute beginners.
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