While kayaking through a 10,000 year-old mangrove forest, students will learn about the native Australian flora and fauna, local Aboriginal history and the history of the Port River.   Our Marina biologist guides will provide an understanding of the importance of mangrove forests and students will interact and learn about the local population of Indo-pacific dolphins.

Our school programs will address a number of general capabilities within the Australian Curriculum including ethical understanding, critical and creative thinking and intercultural understanding.  Students will develop important skills including collaboration, communication, assertiveness, curiosity and social and cultural awareness.

Our kayak tours take place at Angas Inlet Boat Club, Garden Island (20 minutes from the CBD) with access to private amenities including:

  • Educational workspace
  • Private toilets
  • Secure Bus car parking
  • Storage space
  • Private ramp
  • Private beach

We are operating daily, year round with flexible tour times to suit.

For any additional information please visit https://dolphinsanctuarykayaktours.com.au/ or call 0419 022 354.

Suitable for: 
Primary
Secondary
Tertiary - Uni/TAFE
Year 4
Year 5
Year 6
Year 7
Year 8
Year 9
Year 10
Year 11
Year 12
Amenities: 
Bus Parking
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Physical Address: 
Angas Inlet Boat club
Lot 204 Garden Island Road
Port Adelaide SA 5015
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Phone Number: 
0419 022 354