Wilderness Coast Sea Kayaking

 Wilderness Coast Sea Kayaking (WCSK) is a new business starting on the far South
Coast of NSW. 

We plan to offer Sea Kayaking day trips and multi-day tours and Sea





spectacular wild places in this region.






Unique selling points:




deliver Aboriginal Cultural interpretive information.


Product description
Activities
Sea Kayaking day tours
Multiday Sea Kayaking and camping tours
Walk and Paddle coastal exploration
Training trips


Locations
Mimosa Rocks National Park
Bournda National Park
Ben Boyd National Park


Key Attractions
Whale migrations


Coastal ICOLs, Inlets and Lakes
Green Cape Lighthouse
Boyd Tower
Light to Light Walking Track

Eden Marine Discovery Centre
Killer Whale Museum
Disaster Bay
Exceptional coastal paddling features


Outcomes

top quality locally made boats. We are committed to promoting minimal impact traveland environmental care. 

We aim to offer quality education in natural and cultural historyand skills development if desired.

No prior experience is necessary and we provide all the equipment and guidance needed for a fantastic multi-day adventure or just a great day out.


3. Environmental and cultural interpretation

Lawrence Geoghegan has been exploring the far south coast in his kayak for the past 15 years. Lawrence has been sea kayaking for 22 years all over the world from crossing Bass Strait,Antarticia,West Coast of Tasmania to name a few of his bigger trips 

He has intimate knowledge of the coastline and has a deep interest in the Indigenous history of the region. He is currently studying a Bacholor of Arts majoring in Idegenous Studies 
Through this shared experience and interest WCSK plans to offer high quality nature interpretation, historical information and Aboriginal heritage awareness.
WCSK will be working closely with the Eden Local Aboriginal Land Council (ELALC)
to ensure Aboriginal cultural interpretation is delivered appropriately and authentically.
Whenever possible we will incorporate the use of the Monaroo Bobberrer Gudu at
Jigamy Farm on Pambula Lake to support this initiative and provide quality cultural
experiences. We also aim to participate in the training of local indigenous guides and offering them paid employment on our tours whenever possible.