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Paddle on Parramatta River (FULLY BOOKED)

This event is FULLY BOOKED. 

Join us for a paddle on the beautiful Parramatta River to celebrate World Water Day on Friday 22 March in partnership with the Our Living River campaign.

We will depart from Kissing Point Park and our professional guides will take us to Putney Park where Jo Taranto, our River keeper will talk us through plans to activate this site for swimming as part of the Parramatta River Master plan.

We will then paddle back to Kissing Point Park. Please note this event will be cancelled in the case of bad weather.

When: Please arrive by 9.45am as we will be departing at 10am and cannot wait for anyone running late. We will return to Kissing Point Park at approximately 12:00

Bookings are essential.

Where: Depart from Kissing Point Park.

Who: This workshop is suitable for adults who live in the City of Ryde local government area.

Equipment: Kayaks and life jackets are supplied. 

Experience: No experience in Kayaking is required however a moderate amount of fitness is required.

Safety briefing: will be provided prior to departure. Once you have registered for the event you will be asked to sign a medical form and be provided with a list of what you should bring (water bottle, sunscreen etc.)

Lunch: Please bring your own lunch or snacks if you want to stay back and enjoy the view. 

Clothing and Footwear: Will be emailed after registration

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Date & Time

Friday 22 March 2019 / 9.45AM - 12.00PM


City of Ryde
Phone: 9952 8222


Free. Online bookings essential.
Book early as places are strictly limited and we anticipate this session will reach full capacity.


Kissing Point Park, Waterview Street, Putney 2112 View Map

Waterview Street, Putney New South Wales 2112

Kissing Point Park

Waterview Street, Putney 2112

Last updated on 5 March 2019