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Your Adventure Begins Here

Roaring 40ºs Kayaking offers tailored adventures to suit your time-frame and experience level.

From kayaking lessons, lunchtime city paddles, day tours or multi-day expeditions into the Tasmanian wilderness, we guarantee to excite and inspire you.

See for yourself by browsing our photos and options, then book directly online or chat with us over the phone.

We have an impeccable safety record and a great crew just waiting to share a paddling adventure with you. So as we were saying ...

Your adventure begins here!

Reg n Jenny

#kayakingfaces COMPETITION

It's our 21st Birthday! And to celebrate we want you to show us your #kayakingfaces. There are some amazing Tasmanian kayaking prizes up for grabs, so go through your albums or grab your cameras and selfie sticks and get posting!

It can be any form of kayaking you choose, or anything related to kayaking. And it can also be any type photo or face you choose – selfie, funny, happy, scared or a face shot with a stunning background.

Post your photos on any of your social media platforms, just make sure you tag #kayakingfaces. We will share our favourites and winners will be chosen on the highest number of Shares + Likes.

Tasman Peninsula paddle for 2 / Hobart Cliffs, Caves and Beaches paddle for 2 / Hobart City paddle for 2 / Plus spot prizes along the way!

Terms and Conditions
Prizes not redeemable for cash. Does not include travel to and from Hobart. Prizes must be used within 12 months. If photo posted includes someone else's face, make sure you have their permission. Full terms and conditions here.


The Southwest National Park is 618,000 hectares of classified World Heritage Wilderness that UNESCO say offers "superlative natural phenomena and exceptional natural beauty". Dates for our 2016/17 and 2017/18 expeditions into this amazing wilderness area are now available, with some dates booking out quickly!

For dates and bookings for our 7-day expeditions click here. For our 3-day explorations click here

See our latest blog on BATHURST HARBOUR

It’s hard to believe the UNESCO World Heritage Wilderness Region of Bathurst Harbour was once a large, dry plain. Rising sea levels some 7,000 years ago flooded the entire area creating a water wonderland three times the size of Sydney Harbour, Bathurst Harbour. Read the full blog here.