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Class: III - IV(p)

Character: Flatwater, logs, waterfalls and great rapids


Victoria



Class: III / III+

Character: Consistent small rapids through bedrock


New South Wales



Class: IV+(p)

Character: Steep Granite Creeking


Queensland



Class: Most Grade I, a few Grade II / III depending on river level.

Character: Beautiful gravel-bed river that is suitable for a variety of canoeing day-trips.


New South Wales



Class: III (IV)

Character: Cross between a river and a creek. Check out the video below


Victoria



Class: II (IV - V in high water!)

Character: The river is shallow and sandy for the lower 9km. After that, in the gorge proper, deep pools alternate with boulder-blockup rapids.


New South Wales



Class: III - IV (p)

Character: Magnificent creek which is box canyon in places. Lots of cool waterfalls. There are 3 or 4 portages


Queensland



Class: IV(p)

Character: Cool pool drop stuff.


New South Wales



Class: IV(p)

Character: Rocky steep creeking


Tasmania



Class: IV (V - VI)(p)

Character: This has to be one of the classic paddles in Australia. Set in a steep sided valley, surrounded by towering mountains and containing some of the most beautiful and most spectacular rapids you can find.


Tasmania