Kayak and Bike Hire - Region X

Hire kayaks and bikes with Region X

Explore the tranquil waters of the Tomaga River near Batemans Bay in your choice of single or double kayaks, or cycle the forest and beach trails on mountain bikes.

Hire or "self guided experiences" are perfect for singles, families, groups, kids birthday parties, and staff outings.

Your kayak journey includes instruction, all equipment, and use of waterproof bags for your belongings. Search for smooth spotted stingrays as they feed at the Region X Boatshed, or watch the Pelicans compete for the feast - it's well worth a visit!

This family run business offers phone and online bookings with a hire base in Mossy Point, 20 minutes south of Batemans Bay, and 15 minutes north of Moruya on the unspoilt south coast of NSW.

Once in Mossy Point find the Region X Boatshed by following the blue "kayak hire" signs to the boat ramp. Open every day in the school holidays and other times by appointment. The best place to hire a stable, sit-on-top, single or double kayak, and Giant Mountain Bikes to explore the area. You can choose to hire for one hour up to full day.

Bookings essential.

For more information: http://www.regionx.com.au

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