Innovative Glass bottom kayaks have allowed us to design an experience viewing the intricate underwater world and search for stingrays, blue swimmer crabs, schools of fish, octopus, fidler rays and much more.
What to Expect
Cullendulla Nature reserve showcases significant Aboriginal history and incredible marine life in close proximity to the town of Batemans Bay, which is now best viewed by the Glass Bottom Kayak Tour.
Innovative Glass bottom kayaks have allowed us to design an experience viewing the intricate underwater world and search for stingrays, blue swimmer crabs, schools of fish, octopus, fiddler rays and much more.
Often referred to as a “Wildlife adventure”, your main aim on this tour is to find as much wildlife as possible as you enter a tidal sand flat system and an age-old mangrove system now protected within the Batemans Marine Park sanctuary zones. This significant area of flat sand, sea grass beds and mangrove systems harbours a vast amount of species and their breeding cycles. The area also has significant cultural heritage for the first Australians, with over 12,000 years of occupation by Yuin people. The word “Cullendulla” is a Durga word, the language spoken by the indigenous people and means “Place of Food” in English. The tour will show you why and how the indigenous people made this their home.
A fun 2.5 hour family friendly tour in stable glass bottom kayaks, with photos and snacks included, is the perfect way to explore the waterway in this otherwise inaccessible area.
This as a great guided adventure for everyone; first time kayakers, people who want to relax, families, and wildlife lovers.
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Know Before You Go
• Suits for people 2 years old and up