Port Davey and Bathurst Harbour

The combined reputation of Port Davey and Bathurst Harbour as a premier kayaking location is well deserved. Within a length of about 50 kilometres there is an amazing variety of coastline, harbours, rivers and estuaries – and it’s all sublime. The area is also part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area and belongs to an international network of biosphere reserves. Multi-day paddles are possible between Bathurst Harbour, Bathurst Channel, Port Davey and even up the Davey River to Davey Gorge. There are a number of small islands to explore, as well as sea cliffs, sandy beaches and numerous camping options. This is remote wilderness and access is by small plane to Melaleuca.

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