Rafting

Twin Rivers Adventure

Unforgettable trip covers the Huon and Picton rivers

Includes site admission and morning or afternoon tea

Skilled and experienced guides

Equipment only suitable for people over 25kg in weight

Twin Rivers Adventure - Picton River Tasmania

Twin Rivers Adventure – go with the flow

Here’s an amazing new way to discover Tasmania’s spectacular wild places – paddling, drifting and splashing on a raft or kayak through bouncy rapids and quiet stretches of the Picton and Huon Rivers.

The 2.5 hour trip covers four kilometres of fun on the twin rivers – led by your skilled and experienced guide, it’s a mix of thrills and excitement, relaxation and laid-back enjoyment! This is an on-water experience that everyone* can enjoy.

As well as the excitement of being up-close and personal with a truly wild river, you’ll see rare Huon pines overhanging the banks in places that can’t be reached on foot; you’ll spot birdlife in the rainforest; you’ll hear stories of the forest pioneers; and you’ll love the delicious morning or afternoon tea featuring regional produce from southern Tasmania.

Ready for a new adventure?

*Please note – May not be suitable for children under 25kg the provided Personal flotation device must fit correctly. 

Bonus - Tahune Adventures site entry ticket is included.

*Note - SUMMER HOURS  

Morning session 10:00, Afternoon session 13:30.

Read more below for all information on daily session timings - Things to know before you arrive ->

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What's the river like today?

Your rafting experience changes with the river level and the weather. The beauty of the river is that it's never the same twice! Get an idea of what you can expect when you are coming to raft with us.

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Things to know before you arrive

It's important to be prepared for the trip so that you can make the most of it.

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Frequently asked questions

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