There are over 100 camping spots available through Youcamp that offer kayaking as an activity...
If you are looking for exclusive kayaking destinations and adventures in places that have never been accessible to the public before, we have the answer – Youcamp.
Youcamp is a website that connects those seeking hidden adventures with private landowners. The site has properties listed across the country; from basic bush camping with no facilities, to glamping.
One of the added benefits of staying at these properties is that you have rare access to private patches of water to kayak on!
There are over 100 camping spots available through Youcamp that offer kayaking as an activity but we have picked out some that are extra special.
The Pines, Gippsland Lakes, Victoria
A place that can only be accessed by water has to be good for kayaking right?
Located inside National Park waters near Lakes Entrance, happy campers (or kayakers) will find a safe sandy beach at The Pines for swimming and an abundance of wildlife.
If you don’t want to carry all your camping gear in your kayak, there is a semi self-contained cabin available.
Canoe the Riverland, South Australia
Kayaking is the best way to experience the beauty and relaxation of the creeks and lagoons around Renmark and the people that run Canoe the Riverland also offer basic camp stays on their riverfront property.
The Riverland camp area is 350m from the mighty Murray River, set around the original (abandoned) farmhouse.
It's ideal for those who want somewhere looking for some serenity.
First Falls, New South Wales
First Falls is a spot for self-sufficient campers, with no power and basic toilet facilities on the banks of the Clarence River.
The Clarence is a kayaker’s dream, winding through deep ravines and broad plains, ancient forests, lush farmland, sleepy villages and 100 chartered islands...
Pelican Point Retreat, Victoria
Located 10kms downstream from the township of Morgan on the banks of the Ovens River, this is a true place to escape.
Perfect for bush camping, this Pelican Point also a great spot for fishing, kayaking, bush walking, wildlife spotting, or just hanging out by the fire.
Your hosts here can also provide a weath of local knowledge and history, making getting out and exploring even more fun.
Choose your own adventure and kayak all over Australia with Youcamp – it is all just about getting #OutThere.