The 1st half of the day was spent in sheltered waters revising Sea Kayak Safety and Paddling Skills including assisted and self rescues and towing. We then did a paddle across Botany Bay, crossing the shipping lane, and landed in the very spot that Captain Cook landed in 1770. After a very pleasant lunch stop we then headed east to the southern headland before turning north to cross back across the shipping lane. The 3 metre swell made it a little exiting and we had to ensure we were well clear of the bombora.
From Wiseman's Ferry almost to the old causeway just south of St Albans. Took a short side trip on Wrights Creek until we were stopped by a mass of floating bamboo. Altogether 34k on a peaceful rural river.