River cruises, kayak tours & canoe tours
Rainforest River Cruises offers unique AWARD WINNING river cruises daily on the beautiful Brunswick River, aboard their new vessel, Jasmine. Morning and Sunset cruises have been extended to 2 hours (at no extra cost). Jasmine is licenced to carry 49 passengers and has a kitchen, a bar and a toliet on board, making it ideal for busier times and for groups and even as a meeting/function venue. The Brunswick River is ideal for eco tours and is located 15 minutes drive north of Byron Bay, 1/2 hour south of Tweed Heads and 2 hours south of Brisbane.
Byron Bay Eco Cruises and Kayaks are Advanced Eco Tourism certified and in fact have won Gold for Eco Tourism at the NSW Tourism Awards for the past two years.
Morning Cruises $50 per person - 2 hours. Enjoy beautiful rainforest river scenery experiencing nature and viewing amazing birds, wildlife and marine life. Fun informative commentary with friendly personal service. Includes: Great local plunger coffee, selection of teas, hot chocolate, cold drinks and delicious cakes.
Sunset Tours - $50 per person - 2 hours - Enjoy the beautiful Brunswick River at sunset with friends. Best river, best commentary, best refreshments with local experts. Includes: 2 beers/wines, cheese plate and other selections, fruit juice and soft drink. Binoculars and bird books available. Return transfers available from Byron Bay @ $10 per person. Read more...
A special tour Eco Kayak, Cruise & SUP incorporates all experiences into one. On this tour you can enjoy the scenic cruise and also try kayaking and SUP. Contact the friendly crew to find out more and book now!
Explore one of the most beautiful river systems on the East Coast by kayak. You will be amazed by the range of wildlife, birds, turtles and fish as you leisurely paddle along the Brunswick River. Find out more and watch a video here
The Northern Rivers Paddlers is an informal and fluid group of people that each month go for a relaxed Sunday paddle in the Northern Rivers region of NSW. For more information about these social paddles follow the Northern Rivers paddlers blog (nrpaddlers.blogspot.com) or visit the Escaplogy website.