Broughton Creek

Broughton Creek, Kayaking

Broughton Creek Kayaking Snapshot:

Distance: Approximately 25km return.
Difficulty: Easy, nice flat creek, water skiing not allowed.
Launch: Berry, Wharf Road boat ramp
Rating: 4 and a half stars.


4.7/5 - (3 votes)
  • Broughton Creek, Kayaking

    Kayaking along Broughton Creek was a pleasant surprise. The views of the Illawarra Escarpment were amazing and accompany you for most of the way. A real plus for paddlers is that no skiing is allowed on Broughton Creek. Motor boats are allowed but can’t make any waves. I only saw 1 dingy for the whole time I was on the water.

    Broughton Creek beds are lined with mangroves and native trees which offer spectacular reflections if the water is calm. The escarpment is also reflected in the water. There is plenty of wild life to spot while you meander your way down to Shoalhaven River.

    There is a boat ramp at ever end which allows for a car shuffle if you don’t want to do a return trip.

    Have fun, this is an excellent paddle.

    Directions to launch the kayak at Broughton Creek.

    Google Maps Link. A good place to launch is at the boat ramp on Wharf Rd, Berry, NSW.

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    Broughton Creek -34.790087, 150.696502 Broughton CreekDifficulty: EasyDistance: 25kmWhere: Berry, NSWRating: 4 and a half stars

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  • Broughton Creek Kayaking Photo Gallery.

    The photo gallery below is kayaking from Berry to Shoalhaven heads along Broughton Creek.

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  • Below is a youtube clip of the kayak trip from Berry to Shoalhaven Heads:


  • Directions to Broughton Creek launch.

    Google Maps Link. A good place to launch is at the boat ramp on Wharf Rd, Berry, NSW.

    See the map below for further details on the Berry boat ramp:




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