Best flat water paddling in Australia

The Paddler's Guide to South Australia Feature WORDS & PICTURES: Scott Rawstorne from Global Paddler.  I have paddled in more than 400 locations in Australia, and I have written “Top 5” articles for New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria, but I can honestly say that my new favourite paddling destinations are in South Australia. Free camping, great facilities, and magnificent landscapes keep drawing me […]

The tides they are a-changin’

Tides - Coffin Bay WORDS & PICTURES: Scott Rawstorne from Global Paddler.  Anyone who has spent time at the seaside or beside an estuary will have noticed that the water level is not constant. It rises and falls on a regular basis. Particularly perceptive people will also have noticed that water is pushed into estuaries as the sea level rises […]

We need an adventure

We need an adventure photo 1 WORDS: Tess Sharp.  Life can get away from you, anxiety and depression have been lurking over my life for years now and sometimes it is just easier to let it take you than constantly fight against it. At a particularly low point, an idea came about out of sheer desperation. An adventure, like nothing I’d done […]

Canoe Adventures – Riverland, SA

Canoe Adventures Riverland Feature Paddlers have always known that spending time on a river is good for the mind, the body and the soul but who knew that there is now a name for it? River time. It’s a thing. The people of the Riverland region of South Australia are blessed with a wonderful position on the glorious Murray […]

East Coast Kayaking Sea Starter Course

East Coast Kayaking Sea Starter Course Feature Photo “Even the shortest journeys by kayak are true voyages of discovery. It may be along a familiar bit of tree-lined coast or in and out of the jetties and moorings of some seaport town or city. Wherever it may be, you will see the world, your companions, and yourself from a completely different angle; and […]