Getting here

Sydney by Kayak tours depart from Lavender Bay boat ramp—which is easily reached by both car and public transport. Just look for our colourful kayaks and friendly guides.

Lavender Bay boat ramp

Our kayak adventures all launch from Lavendar Bay boat ramp. You’ll need to meet beside the boat ramp on Railway Avenue, at the bottom of Lavender Cresent in Lavendar Bay.

By car

For those with 4-wheels free parking for up to 2 hours can be found on Lavender Crescent (off Lavender Street) and there is usually plenty of parking during our morning tours. Additional parking can be found on King George and surrounding streets.

By public transport

Popping on public transport? Lavender Bay boat ramp is about a 10min walk from North Sydney train and bus stations. Exit the station onto Blues Street, turn right and walk about 100m before turning right again towards Walker Street. Take the stairs and continue on for about 150m onto Walker Street. Turn right onto Lavender Street walking about 100m before turning left onto Lavender Crescent.

Follow Lavender Crescent around until it connects with Railway Avenue and the boat ramp.

Alternatively, you can take the ferry to Milsons Point Wharf, which is about a 15min walk from the boat ramp. From the wharf follow the foreshore to the north-west until you connect with the Peter Kingston Walkway. At the end of the walkway, wander through Quibaree Park (beside Railway Avenue) until you see the boat ramp.

Visit Transport NSW for public transport services.

Taxi and rideshare

Taxis, water taxis and rideshare services (such as Uber, Ola and Taxify) are a convenient way to get to Lavendar Bay especially for our Sunrise Kayaks.

Visit Sydney.com for taxi options