New South Head Rd & Vickery Avenue, Rose Bay NSW 2029, Australia
New South Head Road Rose Bay NS
0416 239 543
Monday 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Friday 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Saturday 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Sunday 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
About the business
Aquatic Hire | Paddleboard Hire | Kayak Hire | Rose Bay
Stand-Up Paddleboard & Kayak hire on Sydney Harbour. Group hire and children's party options available.
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vicky richards said 4 years ago
It is not open in the middle of the day on a Saturday. I have 8 kids and it's hard to find an activity that all my kids can enjoy, especially since their father has recently left us (for our neighbor) and cannot handle more disappointment. Now I have to deal with that AND my own sense betrayal as IT SAYS ON THE WEBSITE THAT IT IS OPEN 24/7. FAKE NEWS. If anyone could give me the details of a good psychiatrist that would be helpful.
Saul Herman said 4 years ago
Great location and good quality equipment. It was a bit windy when we went which meant that standing up on a paddleboard was much more difficult. Early mornings are usually much less windy!
David Jones said 4 years ago
It's basic but good people, the kayaks are for fun, not speed. Don't bring any possessions because whilst they will let you leave it, it's just sitting under a tree.
Matt Lynch said 4 years ago
Great place for a paddle though very pricey for an hour hire.
bertie collins said 4 years ago
Nice and easy good service great day
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