Port Hacking

The Port Hacking Estuary

Paddle & Explore

The Port Hacking Estuary is a tidal dominated drowned valley estuary located in southern Sydney, approximately 30 Kilometres south of Sydney Central business district.

The total catchment area of Port Hacking is approximately 165 square kilometres and while the area to the north is urbanised, the area to the south is relatively pristine and forms the northern boundary of the Royal National Park. Several access points and a variety of features provide interesting paddles in Port Hacking all in clear and clean water.

Whether you’re a seasoned kayaker or a beginner, this experience is tailor-made to provide you with an unforgettable journey through the picturesque rivers and waterways of the South Coast.

Sample Itinerary


Meet our team at Bus Stop Flat along Riverside Drive via Audley Road.

After skills instruction from one of our qualified instructors we will make our way to Swallow Rock Grays point or Lilli Pilli return, followed by a mouthwatering lunch prepared by our staff.

There are many options on this waterway, and we can tailor a paddle to suit your groups experience and requirements.


Meet Up Points

Port Hacking Reids Flat and Bus Stop Flat to Swallow Rock Reserve Grays Point.