Explore the 1770 creek and its creatures - 9:30am/$60

On this nature-based 2.5hr kayak tour, we explore the stunning Round Hill Creek and the creatures that inhabit the area. Learn about the environment, history and our wildlife. Every day is a surprise, you never know what you might see!

This tour is all about exploring the area and the different wildlife and creatures you would normally walk past.

  • The tour begins at the 1770 foreshore where we meet and gear up. After a few tips on paddling techniques and safety we are off in our double kayaks.

  • The exact route of the tour will be determined by the conditions (tide and wind) on the day. We will always endeavour to take the best possible route.​​

  • Enjoy stunning views, tranquility and spot the local wildlife. Be surprised at what you might find.

  • Discover beaches and sandbars, go for a swim if you like.

  • What we might see on the day will depend on the season, the tide, the weather... and our luck. All our wildlife is exactly that - WILD. We never know what we will spot. It could be dolphins, stingrays, crabs, turtles, snails, fish, birds... We wrote a blog post about the strangest creatures we found over the years.

  • Children aged 10 or older are welcome on the tour if paddling with an adult. 

  • If you are over the age of 55 please be aware that this tour can be a challenge for some people! You need to be able to sit in the kayak for a prolonged time and be able to get in and out several times. If you have exisiting back, shoulder or hip problems, this tour may not be for you. If unsure, please call us and have a chat to us!



  • Maximum weight per person is 120kg

  • We use double kayaks. If you are travelling by yourself or in a group with an uneven number, we may pair you up with someone else or ask you to paddle a single kayak.

  • Assume EVERYTHING can get wet. Don't bring things that aren't going to survive a fall into saltwater!

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What's included

  • Experienced our guide

  • 2.5hr tour (approx.)

  • Commentary on flora, fauna and history of the area

  • All kayaking equipment and safety gear

  • Free pickup and drop off if you don't have your own transport

  • Free tour photos


What you need to bring

  • A bottle of water each

  • Sun protection: Hat/sunglasses/sunscreen

  • Swimwear/clothes that can get wet

  • Waterproof camera (or grab our free tour photos from facebook)

  • A big smile and sense of adventure




Janina and Simon love what they are doing. It shows in every aspect of their business. If you have the time do both the Sunset paddle and the Nature tour, worth every penny.

Jaqueline Gould, via Facebook

What a great little business run by two very competent and friendly people. 

Marleypants, via Tripadvisor

Great time kayaking up the creek, learning about mangroves and spotting stingrays. A lovely relaxing afternoon

Charlotte Kennett, via Facebook

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I'm Janina

and I will be your Natur tour guide.

I love marine creatures (especially the weird ones), kayaking, photography and our stunning Town of 1770.

I look forward to showing you what the area has to offer and explore with you.

Frequently asked questions

Will I get wet?

Short answer: Yes. The degree of saturation depends a little bit on the activity (surf kayaking 100% saturation highly probable) and on your skills. But you will always get a little bit wet as we use sit-on-top kayaks and there will alwasy be a bit of splash from the paddle. Assume that you can fall out and everything will be wet. You can hire a drybag to keep personal belongings dry.

Will I see dolphins?

We cannot guarantee dolphin sightings, as they are wild dolphins. However, we always try our very best to spot them and with 13 years experience in 1770, we know where to look and what to look for. It is possible to see dolphins on all our tours and on a hire but your chances are best on the sunset tour.

Do you cancel a tour if it rains?

That depends a little bit... A shower or two won't scare us, especially in summer when it's warm. But if it looks like we will get hammered by rain the entire time, we will cancel.

Is there a weight limit?

Yes. Paddlers must not weigh more than 120kg.

Do many people fall out of the kayak?

Not many, no. We use quality, stable kayaks but it's not impossible to tip them and fall out. Generally, the more weight is in the kayak, the easier they tip over. But it really doesn't happen very often.

Should I wear sunglasses on the tour?

We recommend you do, but be prepeared to lose them if you fall out. If your sunglasses are worth hundreds of dollars, maybe grab a cheap pair or make sure to use sunglass straps.

What should I wear?

Totally up to you! Most people wear swimwear and a t-shirt and shorts over the top. Just wear anything you don't mind getting a bit wet in and not your Sunday Best!

Do you take children?

Yes, we certainly do. We have a tour especially for families with kids aged between 4 and 12 years old. 10 years and older are welcome on the nature tour if paddling with an adult and 12 years and older can join the sunset tour with an adult.

How hard are the tours?

The tours are all very different, but all are suited to beginners. However, we do get affected by wind and tide and some days can be easier than others...please contact us if you are unsure about the weather or your abilities or fitness level.

Do you refund if the tour is cancelled?

You will get a 100% refund if we cancel the tour.