How we give back to the world

We love the rivers we paddle and are super passionate about keeping them clean, wild and free flowing. Almost as much as Hayley Talbot. We are super excited to see this film out - Rivertree - (named after one of our canoes?) but also the confluence of the Boorimba/Birrinba/Clarence rivers, the film highlights the beauty of this river system and the effects that all the current and planned mining licences could have on human and ecosystem health.
Get tickets to the Rivertree film premier Jan 20th in Yamba

Planting Trees

We plant a tree for every person who joins us on a journey. If you're lucky enough to come to the Clarence River Wilderness Lodge, you might even get to help do it yourself!

Regenerating the landscape that surrounds and supports the river we paddle, one that was greatly impacted by the bushfires and floods, and appreciates any new growth/soil stabilisation/ native food sources and  fresh air contributors.

Solar Power & Composting

Our offices are powered by the sun and your food waste (pre-and post digestion) becomes valuable nutrients for those trees we planted above. Thanks in advance!


Campaigning to keep our rivers clean and free-flowing

We rally alongside organisations like the Clarence Catchment Alliance and #nominesclarencevalley to keep our rivers free flowing, clean and free from the intrusions of mining exploration and pollution.

Supporting Sustainable Food Systems

All our catered trips draw on a web of local biodynamic and organic farmers, who give back to the landscapes that produce our food. We showcase fun, interactive and different ways of eating sustainably - so come with an open mind and a hungry belly!


Scholarships and discounts to increase equal opportunity for minority groups

We currently have some discounted trips and scholarships available for Women and Girls to attend our journeys as a result of a NSW Office of Sport Grant

We also offer discounts for migrant communities, indigenous groups and people who identify as LBGTQI+ as we would like to see more people from all walks of life enjoying interacting with the river on our journeys