Babinda Kayaking and SUPs
Enjoy a one way self guided float down the crystal clear Babinda Creek. This creek is located at the foot hills of Queensland’s two high mountains and the experience takes you on a nine kilometre journey through rainforest and farming lands. The creek is teeming with fish, turtles, eels and the elusive Platypus. On the way you will encounter some mini-rapids and will have plenty of time to relax on a secluded beach for a swim and bite to eat. The bird life and butterflies that grace the skies are an added bonus on your journey. Once you arrive at the pick-up point they will meet you and transport you back to your vehicles.
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