Mother Daughter Wildwater Canoe Trip – SOLD OUT
A weekend paddling adventure along the Clarence river system with a group of adventurous mothers and their daughters (teenage-adults welcome). Exploring, sharing, learning and connecting. Riding nature’s natural rollercoaster and enjoying places that can only be accessed by canoe.
Join us on:
1st-3rd Sept 2023
3 days, 2 nights of connection
Clarence River Wilderness Lodge, Northern NSW
Qualified & experienced Whitewater Guides to keep you safe on the water (they’ll probably be bringing their daughters, granddaughters or mums too).
Delicious Nutritious Food for your entire stay – from light supper on Friday evening, to a wholesome lunch on Sunday. Featuring: Local, Organic, Sustainable produce.
Wilderness Camping under more than 5 stars, with nights spent sharing stories by the fire.
Canoes, Paddles, Barrels, Lifejackets, Helmets and all other rescue gear
Wilderness First Aid kit and Satellite Phone
Campsites, National Park Permits
Step mothers/daughter, Foster mums/foster daughters and aunties/nieces or people who share a similar bond are very welcome to attend, just let us know so we can use language that is inclusive of all participants on the journey. Please note this is priced per person, so book two spots if you are signing up both of you.
Out of stock
A brief outline:
The first day, we will meet at midday – so take Friday off work and school. Adventures that prioritise time together over work and play are even more nourishing for your connection!
That afternoon we will teach you the skills to manouvre your canoe and begin to understand the art of navigating the rapids, as well as all the safety tips you need to know to have an enjoyable trip.
After sleeping the night, we will pack our belongings into barrels and head downstream, carrying everything we need to survive and thrive as a community in our canoes.
Stargazing around the fire and morning wellness sessions round out the holistic experience of you two strengthening and celebrating your connection and the role you play in each other lives, how it weaves, much like a river through a landscape.