Our family lives in a beautiful part of the world that is free from pollution and over development. The bay we paddle in, Gnarabup, is one of the most pristine areas along the south west coastline of Western Australia. We offer an experience in which you access the water, the reefs, the wildlife and the unbelievable beauty of the area from the ocean's perspective. Standup Paddling allows a unique perspective as you are high on the water and you can look down to see through the clear waters of Gnarabup Bay. If you uncertain about getting up on your feet on a board we can help or if you would like to sit down that’s all good. We have lots of stories to share and things to show you in our favourite part of the world.
We can arrange a light Breakfast at the White Elephant Cafe as an extra on the day if required.
I have been immersed in water since I can remember and have swam and paddled every conceivable water craft known to man. I have been a professional lifeguard and raced all manner of water craft around the world for most of my life. I found my wife in South Africa and she was as mad about the ocean as I was. Both our parents were pioneers in SUP paddling and Pete is still paddling and surfing in his 80's. We have three children and they were all brought up immersed in water as lifesavers and waterman. My passion is family and the beach lifestyle we live and I would love to share it with you.
후기 페이지 탐색 섹션
Depending on the day we visit different areas of the bay. There is a fringing reef that keeps out the big swells of the South West coast. Some days we can go out and see from a safe distance the mighty power of the huge waves of the Margaret River region. Other days we can explore the reefs looking for Crayfish and other times we can just enjoy the pleasure of being on the clear waters of Gnarabup Bay.
알아두어야 할 사항
최대 8명, 만 12세 이상만 참석 가능
Customers that are not confident around water can be helped along to make sure they dont get a fright. We like people just to have fun, smile and share the passion.
Standup on Pristine waters at Gnarabup