Kamay Botany Bay Adventure Boat Tour - 4 session times
All aboard this 90-minute adventure boat tour of Kamay Botany Bay!
You'll join the tour at the Foreshore Road Boat Ramp at Botany, then... hang on tight while your experienced boat tour operator ferries you across the bay.
You'll discover the rich marine environments of Towra Point Nature Reserve and Kamay National Park, see Cook's landing site, the majestic bronze 2020 commemorative sculptures on the Kurnell foreshore, Bare Island, the Kamay Ferry Wharves project and more as you venture and explore this busy port.
Meet at the Foreshore Road Boat Ramp, Botany. Maximum 18 people per session time.
Conditions of booking
- Minimum age 8 years
- Children under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian
- all participants need to pay.
Photographs, videos and voice recordings
Randwick City Council staff may on occasion take recordings of participants during activities (including photographs, videos and voice recordings) that could be used for the following purposes:
- educational or community information purpose
- Council displays and promotions of community education events
- to complement the promotion of Randwick's Marine and Coastal Program.
If you DO NOT wish for the participant’s recording to be used according to these conditions, please indicate this during the booking process.
This activity may be cancelled due to insufficient bookings or poor weather. Participants will be advised in the event the activity changes or cancellation occurs. All care has been made in the preparation of the January 2024 Marine and Coastal Discovery Program, but some changes may occur due to circumstances beyond the control of Randwick City Council. Refunds will be provided for cancellation up to 1 day prior to the event and in the event of cancellation by Council.
To find out about other Marine and Coastal Discovery activities please visit https://events.humanitix.com/tours/marine-and-coastal-discovery-program-9-25-january-2024
This program is a Sustaining Our City initiative and is funded from Randwick City’s Environmental Levy.
Randwick City Council acknowledges the Bidjigal and Gadigal Clans who traditionally occupied this area of the Sydney Coast and pays respect to Elders past and present.