Experience life on the water with our range of canoes and kayaks online! Whether you’re passionate about finding the catch of the day and you need a fishing kayak, or you’d just like to build... Read more
Experience life on the water with our range of canoes and kayaks online! Whether you’re passionate about finding the catch of the day and you need a fishing kayak, or you’d just like to build some skills and have fun, we’ve got a massive collection of kayaks and canoes in Australia.
Lightweight and portable, you can take yours just about everywhere - so you can explore lakes, rivers and shallow waters. As well as finding your next canoe or kayak for sale, you’ll find all the accessories you need to complete the adventure. From oars and paddles, to roof racks and padded seats, you could become a pro kayaker sooner than you think!Read less
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We’re proud to offer a diverse selection of cheap kayaks to Australia. From inflatable kayaks and canoes, through to fishing boats, there’s something for kids and adults alike right here. You’ll find a range of sizes for every budget and expert level, so that your next adventure in the great outdoors is taken care of.
When you feel like venturing to some other outdoor sports, we recommend you stand up paddleboard and experience the serenity they offer on the water’s surface. We’ve also got boat seats, chairs, covers and other boating equipment at affordable prices for the keen boat owner! When the kids just want a little splash time, these inflatable water castles online deliver all the vibrant fun they could dream of.
Why pay more? Our cheap kayaks and canoes are manufactured by trusted brands and built to last. Lock in today’s low prices when you check out with Afterpay or zip ay, and enjoy an affordable payment schedule when you purchase a kayak for sale.
Afterpay is available to customers in Australia. We cover Sydney, Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and most other areas.
Kayaks and canoes might look similar, but there are one or two simple differences that make it easy to spot which is which. Basically, in a kayak, the rider sits down and uses a double-bladed paddle on alternate sides of the kayak. In a canoe, the rider kneels and uses a single-bladed paddle in order to push the vessel through the water.