A wetsuit, backpack, waterproof bag, helmet, harness, carabiners, abseil descender and any other necessary safety equipment is provided for all participants. A National Parks and Wildlife Service park entry fee is also paid on your behalf.
We provide a generous picnic lunch for all participants on our full day adventures. Lunch consists of an extensive salad buffet and is vegetarian friendly.
Things to bring
For a canyoning adventure you need to bring comfortable clothes suitable to the weather and a warm woollen jumper or fleece jacket (cotton is not suitable). You will need your swimming costume, sneakers (sandshoes) and woollen socks to to wear in the canyon (these will get wet!), along with a rain coat, your water bottle (at least 1.5 litres), any personal medication, sunscreen, and a sunhat. Also, the wet canyon environment is incredibly photogenic; we recommend a waterproof camera. Digital waterproof cameras are available for hire at the BMAC office.
Participants should have a good level of fitness, as there is a mixture of activities you will encounter on the day including swimming, abseiling, scrambling on slippery ground and bushwalking with some steep uphill sections to negotiate. All participants are required to carry a backpack throughout the day. Most canyons have abseils and technical rope work within the canyon. All participants will be required to negotiate these obstacles.
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