IN PICTURES: Canoeing on the Ord River in Australia

Imagine being in the outback of Australia, sleeping in the bush under the open sky and gliding through pristine emerald waters in a Canadian canoe, watching nature pass by… The Ord is a 320km long river, meandering through some of the most gorgeous scenery of the East Kimberley. Here are the photos of our 2-day trip.

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  • Beautiful pictures, nice colors!

  • Aww- I need an adventure to shake me out of the groove… this looks so good!

  • Wow, it looks like you had a great time. I’d love to do this! seeing photo’s like these ones make me so excited to get out of England and see the world, and I love Kayaking/canoeing!!!

    • Oh yes, it was truly magical to be out there all by ourselves! I had never done this before so perhaps we were just lucky with the timing, but I would still recommend it!

  • I live for adventures like this. Thanks for sharing a journey that excites us to the core and inspiring us to go out there and explore the world.

  • Thanks for great sharing. This is really nice and enjoyable

  • These are beautiful photos. I’ve never been canoeing, but this looks like the best and most serene place to go for it 🙂

    • 🙂 It’s not the most challenging place since the water is quite calm, but it’s definitely serene!