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Class: Flat water

Character: The reservoir itself is quite small and a return trip to the furthest navigable limit of the Enoggera Creek arm is likely to take paddlers little more than an hour.


Queensland



Class: IV+

Character: A beautiful and remote alpine creek, with almost continuous boulder gardens and the odd bedrock rapid. From the very start this river is an almost continuous boulder garden with the odd grade IV rapid requiring bank scouting. At the halfway mark the river eases up a bit and the first short pool is encountered, after a couple of short gorges the river turns south and becomes an easy grade 2+ run home.


Victoria



Class: II III

Character: Continuous grade 2 alpine


Victoria



Class: I

Character: Beautiful coastal estuary paddle.


Victoria



Class: I (p)

Character: Flat pools separated by occasional grade 1 gravel race rapids.


Queensland



Character: Rural country that slowly changes to mangrove forest


Queensland



Class: II - III (p)

Character: Flat water stretches, occasional gravel races, lots of fallen trees, two sections with larger rapids of up to Grade 3+


Queensland



Class: III

Character: Delightful paddling and portaging through rainforest and shingle banks


Tasmania



Class: Flat Water

Character: Sheltered


Victoria



Class: IV (V)p

Character: Continuous and technical rapids through stunning country.


Tasmania