Kayak & SUP FAQs
What time are the tours on?
We have tours running all the time and we can cater to your needs and run personalised tours.
Please contact us on 0468406222.
Generally, Sunset tour s are conducted daily so that they finish just after sunset. We usually have light for between 30 minutes and an hour after sunset depending on the season.
Full Moon Tours are conducted from 5 days prior to 5 days post of the full moon.
In cooler months, we run tours by appointment during the warmer parts of the day,
Bookings are essential for all tours.
What should I bring?
We supply all safety equipment PFD’s (Personal Flotation Devices), Paddling Instructions and a Map. We recommend you bring:
Hiring a SUP or Kayak:
- A hat, sunscreen, sun-safe clothing
- Definitely bring some water , it is easy to get dehydrated on the water.
Tours with a SUP or Kayak:
- A sense of Fun!
- Sun safe gear – a hat, sunscreen. Its up to you if you wear footwear or not but they will get wet.
Our Instructors are qualified Kayak and Canoe Instructors. We are able to demonstrate and show you how to paddle your kayak. If you don’t feel comfortable going out alone or wish to learn even more about kayaking, we suggest you come on a tour with us. We supply all Personal Flotation Equipment and a map paddling instructions
What if I’ve never done Stand Up Paddle Boarding?
That is what we love to hear! We love nothing more than getting people up and standing . In fact, we GUARENTEE that we will get you up as we are qualified instructors, MONEY BACK!
What if we aren’t confident swimmers?
We supply all safety equipment for you including PFD’s (Personal Floatation Devices) so in the unlikely event that you fall overboard, you will float safely. Also, we will instruct you on the shore and for a small extra fee, will also come out with you! We can instruct absolute beginners and usually do! If you’re still not confident, book an eco-tour and we’ll come out and be with you for the whole time ensuring your absolute safety!
We try our best to accommodate all guests who wish to travel with C-Change Adventures and ask you to call us so we can best cater to your needs .
The only accessibility element that would preclude a guest from traveling with us is a guest with mobility challenges such as guests in wheelchairs. Things to consider are as follows:
• There is a short distance along the beach to the water (10-50 metres depending on the tide). Assistance is provided. There is a boat ramp around the bay that allows a shorted transfer.
• The toilets are accessible in Boambee Creek Reserve to wheelchairs
• We go kayaking and there is a small risk of capsizing. We provide lifejackets.
Please feel free to contact us and we will do our best to meet your requirements.