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Experience all the fun and adventure of a Cape Byron Kayaks guided tour

Whether you are a novice or experienced kayaker, your adventure includes paddling our gorgeous Marine Park, the waves, the wilderness, and morning or afternoon tea with Tim Tams on a beautiful beach.

Take in some of the best sights the East Coast has to offer. Learn about local history, aboriginal history, the lighthouse, dolphins, whales, and turtles. See the Most Easterly Point of the Australian mainland. This is all part of your Byron Bay sea kayak experience with Cape Byron Kayaks.

See and learn about these things and more while you paddle in your sea kayak around the famous Byron Bay marine reserve.

  • Enjoy paddling your sea kayak out through the surf and later ride some of Australia’s most famous waves in Byron Bay.
  • Get up close and personal with our friendly bottlenose dolphins and discover how inquisitive they can be.
  • Spot sea turtles as they come up for a breath of air.
  • Marvel at the size of the majestic humpback whales as they migrate through beautiful Byron Bay.

With that in mind, you can relax and be guided around Byron Bay in our two people, sit-on-top-style sea kayaks, that are designed for ease of operation and stability. No prior experience is necessary. Your safety and enjoyment are our priorities.

We supply all safety gear: Lifejackets, helmets, and wetsuits (if necessary).

All you need for your Byron Bay sea kayaking experience is your sense of adventure, your bathers, and some sun cream.

Byron Bay dolphins - all year round

There are estimated to be around 1,500 dolphins in the greater Byron Bay area. These are called resident dolphins and will live in this area their entire lives. The species most commonly seen on our tours include inshore and offshore bottlenose dolphins, along with some Indo Pacific humpback dolphins and common dolphins.

Byron Bay Whales - May to November

During their migration north, whales come within 3 km of the coast. During the southern migration they bring their calves into the calm waters to rest and feed. The calves are very inquisitive and playful, they often approach our sea kayak tours with the mother at their side passing just meters from our kayaks.

Cape Byron Marine Park

Established in 2002 extends approximately 37 km along the coastline from the Brunswick River to Lennox Head. The marine park conserves many subtropical marine habitats which support high levels of biodiversity including some threatened and protected species. Adjacent to the Arakwal National Park The marine park takes in many sites of cultural significance to Aboriginal people.