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This is a major guide to kayaking in numerous locations around the entire Australian coast. It comes complete with excellent maps. A must have for any active sea kayaker.




Around the world, kayaking is growing in popularity as the ideal recreational activity to discover pristine natural environments that cannot be accessed by land. And Kayaking Around Australia is the definitive guide to over 40 of Australia's best kayaking destinations. From the misty mountain peaks of Cradle Mountain u Lake St Clair National Park in Tasmania to Pittwater in Sydney's backyard, this book offers detailed information on how and where to kayak. Each destination includes a first-hand account from author Andrew Gregory's own kayaking trip, suggested itineraries and practical information, such as tours and accommodation options. Gregory's stunning images complete the picture and will make you ready to grab your kayak and discover Australia in a brand-new way.

Andrew Gregory is a well-known and respected Australian photographer, kayaker, hiker, surfer and adventurer. His photography has won many awards and he has achieved the status of Master of Photography (M.Photog), awarded by the Australian Institute of Professional Photographers (AIPP). His images can be found in many Explore Australia and Australian Geographic publications, and he was honoured with the Australian Geographic Spirit of Adventure Award in 2007 for his kayaking expedition down the Negri and Ord rivers in search of the lost crocodiles. As a landscape photographer, Andrew has used a kayak to explore the remote coasts, gorges and rivers of Australia.


376 pages

Published 2011

ISBN: 9781741173420

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