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  • Queensland Sailing Club | UQ Sail new
    The University of Queensland Sailing Club has been a mainstay of campus culture for over 30 years. We are a non-profit sailing club run by students based at the University of Queensland, St Lucia. Our members and the executive team come from various international backgrounds, studying countless disciplines. However, we are united in our ambition to promote youth sailing at home and abroad through technical training and social facilitation. The UQ Sailing Club provides a broad range of events and activities to suit everyone's abilities. If you’re just starting out and want to see what sailing is all about, we run social sailing most weekends, which is a fun day out on the water with mates. If you're a bit more ambitious and would like to learn how to skipper, then why not sign up for our learn to sail course? Once you get a bit of experience under your belt, you'll be ready to join in our teams and match racing. St Lucia, QLD Australia
    https://uqsail.com/
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  • Abel Point Yacht Club
    The club offers Bay and Offshore races. Facilities include: Bar, Clubhouse, Function Centre, Launching Ramp, Restaurant, Rigging - Sand. Airlie Beach, QLD Australia
    http://www.apyc.yachting.org.au/
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  • Australian Wooden Boat Association of Queensland
    Comprises groups from throughout Australia, open to all owners, builders, restorers and lovers of boats made of wood. We are an association of enthusiasts with a shared passion for wooden boats. Within that general definition our members represent a broad range of boats and special interests. Our members variously enjoy designing, building, sailing, messing about in and talking about wooden boats. We welcome all current and potential wooden boat enthusiasts to our association. Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.woodenboat.org.au/
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  • Bribie Island Yacht Club
    Bribie Island Yacht Club Inc is based at the VMR Bribie at Sylvan Beach and is one of the fastest growing community clubs, offering numerous aquatic activities for young and old in the picturesque waterways surrounding Bribie Island – from sailing races to cruising, Learn to Sail courses for juniors and adults and great socials. As well as providing an excellent programme of social activities, BIYC also runs a series of racing competitions for its members and guests. In addition to these activities we hold Discover Sailing Days and sail training for memebers and non members who are interested in attaining better skills or just learning the sheets. Bribie Island, Queensland, Australia
    http://bribieislandyachtclub.org.au/
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  • Brisbane Sailing Squadron
    Our club has a long and proud history and association with Bulimba and the lower reaches of the Brisbane River. The club has produced many State and National champions, and an Olympic Representative at two Olympics. The club was formed in 1921, when a group of sailing enthusiasts got together and formed the "Hamilton Sailing Club". Initial fleets were 16ft Skiffs, and this class has sailed continuously at the club ever since. The name was eventually changed to the Brisbane 16ft Skiff Club. In the 1960's, the club recognised the need to develop junior sailors, and it joined forces with the Brisbane Junior Sailing Squadron. In 1994, the club merged with it's neighbor, the Brisbane Yacht Club, to form the Brisbane Sailing Squadron (BSS). Bulimba, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.bss.yachting.org.au/
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  • Brisbane Valley Sailing Club
    The BVSC committee welcomes you to Wivenhoe Dam and the Brisbane Valley Sailing Club. Club Racing is open to all 'off the beach' multihulls and also mono and tri trailer sailors. Currently racing are Calypsos, Nacras, Taipans, A class, Mosquitos, Arrows, Haines Hunter Tramps, Hartleys and Spiders. Eastern Heights, QLD Australia
    http://www.brisbanevalleysailingclub.com/
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  • Bundaberg Sailing Club
    The Bundaberg Sailing Club is situated on the banks of the beautiful Burnett River, around 20 klms North-West of the city, just off the road to the Port. We are lucky to be just a short sail away from the river entrance at Burnett Heads, so that races can be held on both river and off-shore courses most weeks. Organised sailing has been a part of Bundaberg sporting activity since 1908. The club has a proud history of sail training, organizing and participating in regattas, and providing a centre for social activity for lovers of water sports. Sailability Bundaberg and Bundaberg Dragon Boat Club have also made the Sailing Club their home base. Port Bundaberg, QLD Australia
    http://bundabergsailingclub.com.au/
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  • Cairns Cruising Yacht Squadron
    The club offers some racing, fun sails, cruising activities, a restaurant and bar, and a marina facility. We welcome members and visitors to use our deep water marina and pile mooring facilities and take advantage of our restaurant, bar and function centre as well as our Boat Yard. The Cairns Cruising Yacht Squadron has a proud history of providing a wide variety of sailing activities and social events. Our training programs are designed to encourage more people into the sport while providing a great opportunity to meet like minded people. Portsmith, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.ccys.com.au/
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  • Cairns Yacht Club
    Become a MEMBER of Cairns Yacht Club. Join with other vibrant sailors and enjoy the sport of sailing. We run Introductory courses for Keelboats and Dinghys throughout the year. The Cairns Yacht Club offers a large variety of sailing activities. From learning to sail in 1 or 2 person dinghies to racing on 34 feet racing yachts. And best of all; you are invited to be a part of this! The Cairns Yacht Club has been part of the history of Cairns in one form or another since 1908. Cairns, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.cairnsyachtclub.com.au/
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  • Capricornia Cruising Yacht Club
    The club was established in 1974 by a group of sailors whose passion was sailing, and home was the beautiful Capricorn Coast. The Club House is situated at Rosslyn Bay, Yeppoon, just a short walk from the Keppel Bay Marina. Rosslyn Bay, Yeppoon, QLD Australia
    http://www.ccyc.org.au/
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  • Cleveland Yacht Club
    A club that has always strived to remain easily accessible to all those interested in sailing, regardless of wealth or social standing, thus remaining a true community sporting asset. This is backed up by the unwaivering friendliness and family appeal exuded by the club members themselves. We have a social program, with BBQs after some of the races, a Christmas party, and our Presentation Dinner at the end of each season. The Club operates on a voluntary basis with committees - comprising a Management, a Sailing and a Social Committee. Our mixed fleets have many classes of boats participating. A sailing school regularly conducts courses on a Sunday morning. Cleveland Point, QLD Australia
    http://www.cyc.asn.au/
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  • Darling Point Sailing Squadron
    Darling Point Sailing Squadron (DPSS) is an affordable friendly family-oriented sailing club situated on Waterloo Bay in Manly Harbour, Queensland, catering for a range of off-the-beach dinghies and skiffs. Youngsters are encouraged to progress through the ranks from Sabots, to intermediate classes, then on to skiffs. DPSS, which has been in operation for over 80 years, is a long-standing sailing club of the Wynnum-Manly area. DPSS sails regularly on Sundays throughout the summer season from September to April and ocassionally during the winter. Norfolk Point, Manly QLD Australia
    http://www.dpss.org.au/
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  • Gold Coast Sailing Club
    Our Sailing Club is centrally located on the Gold Coast (near Robina) at the "Community Sports House". We have a large rigging lawn, gazebo, boat ramp, sandy beach, pontoon, sheltered sail training area in front of the Clubhouse, and adjoining the expansive Lake Orr and Bermuda Triangle clover-leaf "Marathon" race course. We are a Not-for-Profit registered Charity assisting Sailors with a Disability, Persons out of work, and Volunteers, by providing suitable boats and equipment, work experience, inclusive sail training, and competition at international level. Varsity Lakes, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.goldcoastsailingclub.yachting.org.au/
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  • Hervey Bay Boat Club Yacht Squadron
    The Hervey Bay Boat Club Yacht Squadron is a sailing club for trailable, keel and multihull yachts. We are an intra club of the The Boat Club. The Boat Club offers fantastic facilities including: restaurant, coffee shop, bars, gaming, live entertainment and function rooms.We also have an amenities block, laundry, marina and a club house . The club house (The Container) is where we meet for race briefings and presentations, and after-race socialising. Urangan, QLD Australia
    http://www.herveybay.yachting.org.au/
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  • Hervey Bay Sailing Club
    The Hervey Bay Sailing Club is situated on a beautiful 7 km white sandy beach, facing North, in the delightful City of Hervey Bay, three and a half hours North of Brisbane. It's protected by the magnificent Heritage listed Fraser Island, making for an excellent sailing venue, that has been utilized by the Club over the last 40 yrs. It has become a popular venue for Club racing, social functions, and Regattas over the years, including Cobras, Herons, Lasers, Nacras, Hobies, Taipans, A-Class and sabots, just to mention a few. Torquay, Hervey Bay, QLD Australia
    http://www.herveybaysailingclub.org.au/
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  • Humpybong Yacht Club
    We cater for all off-the-beach classes of sailing boats, monohulls and catamarans. The club offers racing, recreational sailing and social activities. The club welcomes fun and racing sailors, geriatrics through to juniors, raw beginners, novices and experts. We run a variety of events, mostly on Sundays. Sailing can easily be watched from the clubhouse or Woody Point Jetty. There is a grassed rigging area next to the boat ramp: Launching can be achieved by hand, vehicle or with the aid of the club tractor. Woody Point, Qld, Australia
    http://www.hyc.net.au/
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  • Keppel Bay Sailing Club
    The club offers racing, sail training for juniors & adults, a large fleet of club owned boats, a restaurant & bar, and social activities. Yeppoon, Queensland, Australia.
    http://www.kbsc.com.au/
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  • Lake Cootharaba Sailing Club
    A family based club which offers racing, junior sailing and social activities. We are a family oriented, friendly club. Located on a large salt water lake on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, with predominant sea breezes, providing some of the best flat water sailing conditions in the world. We conduct a number of annual regattas including National and State Championships for numerous class associations. Club racing is also conducted each weekend throughout the season with a variety of classes from trailer sailers to catamarans and monohulls. We also conduct beginner courses each Sunday morning. Boreen Point, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.lcsc.org.au/
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  • Lake Samsonvale Water Sports Association
    The Lake Samsonvale Water Sports Association has developed about 4.5 hectares on the south bank of Lake Samsonvale into a well grassed and tree shaded area. Our club-house has a covered area, showers and toilets. The canteen is available on the days published in our calendar, otherwise members may cook on a number of wood-fired barbecues distributed around the grounds. We are a family-friendly club... this venue is excellent for beginners or those wanting to introduce the kids to water sports, while being challenging enough for more experienced sailors. Sail training for Juniors is becoming very popular. We welcome all types of vessel... canoes and kayaks, windsurfers, and sailboats of every class. Strathpine, Queensland, Australia
    http://lswsa.org.au/
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  • Mackay Yacht Club
    Mackay Yacht Club is situated in the vibrant, tropical city of Mackay on the Central Queensland Coast. We are ideally positioned for easy access to the Great Barrier Reef and Whitsunday Islands, as well as the largely pristine Cumberland Island Group. Our proximity to the first class facilities of Mackay Marina is another advantage. The club has an active and friendly sailing community, with activities to suit everyone - whether you are a seasoned yachtie, a junior in your first Sabot, or someone just looking to have a relaxing day on the water. Off the water, our clubhouse offers members and guests stunning beach and marina views, a family-friendly atmosphere, great food, and live entertainment. We look forward to seeing you at the club! Mackay, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.mackay.yachting.org.au/
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  • Maroochy Sailing Club
    Maroochy Sailing Club sails both on the Maroochy River and off Mooloolaba Beach. The Maroochy clubhouse has been established on Chambers Island for over fifty years. Facilities include a canteen and food area, boat storage, club hall which is available for hire, toilet and shower amenities and an observation tower. The Club has a limited number of dinghies available for hire to members. The Maroochy fleet comprises smaller centre­board boats to around 5m length. The sheltered waters of the Maroochy River are ideal for dinghy sailing providing both safety for the novice and challenges for the experienced. Maroochydore, QLD Australia
    http://www.maroochysailingclub.com/
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  • Mooloolaba Yacht Club
    A club & Marina facility with a friendly atmosphere for cruisers, BBQs, beach, and fun races. Also offers a sailing school. Where FUN on the water is happening. Sailing, Fun and Friendship is our motto. We cater for the serious and the not-so-serious sailor, racing every Wednesday and Sunday before retiring to the Wharf Tavern for post-race celebrations. Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.mooloolaba.yachting.org.au/
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  • Moreton Bay Boat Club
    We are situated on the most northern tip of the Redcliffe Peninsula overlooking the spectacular views of the Glass House Mountains and our 118 berth marina. Our Club is the gateway to Moreton Bay with only a short trip across to Moreton or Bribie Island. The Club is not just for boating enthusiasts we have something for everyone and invite you to experience all we have to offer whilst sitting and enjoying the views and sunsets. Challenge Sailing, Junior Sailing School, Outrigger Canoeing, Fishing, Sailing and more. Scarborough, QLD Australia
    http://www.mbbc.org.au/
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  • Moreton Bay Trailer Boat Club
    The objectives for which the Club was established are: To encourage and promote all forms of recreational boating and fishing and associated water sports; To foster a healthy spirit of sportsmanship; To promote social activities among members. Moreton Bay Trailer Boat Club prides itself on having fantastic facilities available to our Members and guests. Just a few things the Club has on offer: World class Marina, with berths available for lease or purchase, featuring state of the art amenities and undercover parking; Newly re-surfaced five lane boat ramp, with three adjoining pontoons; Modern Clubhouse, bar and gaming, functions centre; The Ramp @ MBTBC – a la carte restaurant with indoor and outdoor dining, boasting the best views in Manly; Southern Haven – the Club's very own island get away at South Stradbroke. Manly, QLD Australia
    http://www.mbtbc.com/
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  • Moreton Bay Yacht Club
    Our home waters are the northern end of Moreton Bay and includes Deception Bay. SAGS and WAGS are run every week on Saturday and Wednesday afternoons. A bi-monthly afternoon sailing event CAS is run on Friday to take in the sunset followed by dinner. PerCS, a cruising series is run bi-monthly on Sunday. All these events are designed to allow yachts to finish together and meet on the deck soon after. We are also organizing cruising in company events to different destinations within the region. MBYC is a local organization whose members are dedicated to yachting and the promotion of the sport of yachting. Scarborough, QLD Australia
    http://mbbc.org.au/
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  • Multihull Yacht Club Queensland
    The club offers offshore multihull racing, cruise events, and well attended social sailing events. The MYCQ is Australia's premier Multihull Yacht Club. We count some very experienced sailors among our members, who have achieved many championships, titles, world voyages, Australian and even world circumnavigations. Also included in our membership are most of Australia's principal multihull designers, many builders and other people in the marine industry. This wealth of knowledge is a great asset of our club. Manly, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
    http://www.mycq.org.au/
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  • Newport Cruising Yacht Club
    The Newport Cruising Yacht Club sails from Scarborough and Newport on the Redcliffe Peninsula in Queensland. The club actively promotes social interaction and family participation. SAGS and WAGS races are run every week on Saturday and Wednesday afternoons. Cruising At Sunset (CAS) is a casual bi-monthly race on a Friday afternoon to take in the sunset followed by dinner. We also organize cruising in company events to different destinations within the region. Redcliffe QLD Australia
    http://newportcruisingyachtclub.com.au/
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  • Noosa Yacht and Rowing Club
    The Noosa Yacht and Rowing Club offers the very best in casual Noosa waterfront dining and entertainment, with a contemporary, bistro-style restaurant and bar and simply breathtaking views. We also offer a range of social and activity clubs, including our rowing, yachting, fishing and golfing clubs, and new members are always welcome. We also offer a range of social and activity clubs, including our rowing, yachting, fishing and golfing clubs, and new members are always welcome. Noosaville, QLD Australia
    http://www.nyrc.com.au/
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  • North Queensland Cruising Yacht Club
    Welcome to the North Queensland Cruising Yacht Club. It is situated right at the marina with stunning views of the bay. The friendly staff and club members provide a great atmosphere to meet friends, enjoy sailing or just relax at the bar. Bowen, QLD Australia
    http://www.nqcyc.com.au/
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  • Oxley Sailing Club
    A community club which caters for small sailing boats. Offers racing and recreational sailing. Chelmer, QLD, Australia
    http://www.oxley.yachting.org.au/
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  • Paradise Point Sailing Club
    We are a small club of sailing enthusiasts of all ages. All classes sail here. New members ages 6 to 106 of all sailing skill levels are welcome to join us. We are an accredited Yachting Australia training facility. The Learn to Sail courses we provide are intended to equip the students with all the necessary skills and knowledge to safely and competently sail a small dinghy in moderate weather conditions. The Esplanade, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.ppscgc.com/
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  • Port Dogulas Yacht Club
    Port Douglas Yacht Club is an incorporated association formed to promote, encourage and foster the sport of yachting. To foster and maintain the good fellowship that exists between yachtsmen and to keep members in close and friendly association with each other through frequent social gatherings on land and sea. A comprehensive racing program keeps yachts busy throughout the year. Port Douglas, QLD Australia
    http://www.portdouglasyachtclub.com.au/
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  • Queensland Cruising Yacht Club
    The Queensland Cruising Yacht Club (QCYC) is located on Cabbage Tree Creek, in the historical Brisbane bayside village of Shorncliffe. QCYC has always been a popular destination for cruising and racing yachtsmen. The Clubhouse is set in a parkland like environment with views across Cabbage Tree Creek to Brisbane’s largest wetland environment reserve, the Boondall Wetlands and out to Moreton Bay. QCYC organises and hosts a number of significant yacht events including the Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race, the Surf to City Yacht Race and the Vintage Yacht Regatta. You don't have to be a boatie to enjoy the Queensland Cruising Yacht Club . Our waterfront Restaurant and Bar is open every Friday and Saturday evening and Sunday for breakfast and lunch. Shorncliffe, QLD Australia
    http://www.qcyc.com.au/
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  • Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron
    Formed in 1885, the Squadron has a proud history of involvement in sailing, from the juniors in dinghies, through families enjoying the delights of relaxing on Moreton Bay, to elite sailors competing with distinction in class championships and at international events. One of Australia's premier yacht clubs overlooking the Manly Boat Harbour, the Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron is proud of its long history which stretches back over 125 years and still to this day is "the place" for boaties to meet, compete and socialise. Some of the best facilities in the world are on offer at the Squadron, in an ideal location, for boaties who need a berth, want to sail competitively,or just need somewhere to store of launched their boat for cruising, a fishing trip on the bay or further afield. Children and adults alike are taught to sail in a fun, safe, supervised environment and further development training for sailors who want to race competitively is offered. Come and join us at one of the many club social activities, gourmet dinners, trivia nights, childrens Christmas party and presentation nights – there’s always something happening at RQYS. Royal Esplanade, Manly, QLD Australia
    http://www.rqys.com.au/
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  • Sailability Queensland
    Our main objective is to provide a safe and fun environment where people with a disability are accepted and encouraged to participate in the sport of sailing. ailability Qld. is keen to help interested communities start new Sailability clubs. We are able to provide assistance in all aspects of setting up, training, insurance, web listing, publicity, volunteer recruitment and funding. Wynnum Qld Australia
    http://sailabilityqld.org/
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  • Sandgate Yacht Club
    Sandgate Yacht Club was established in 1912 and is located at Allpass Parade in Shorncliffe, on the northern banks of Cabbage Tree Creek. Regular races occur every second Sunday during the season and consist of Flying Fifteens and 505's. Of course, we welcome any classes to join our regular racing. Sandgate Yacht Club conducts sail training, coaching and events, fosters sailing skill, seamanship and trains crews to compete in state, national and international regattas. The club has introduced many young sailors to the sport and provides cost free sail training. Since inception the Sandgate Yacht Club has provided a saftey and rescue operation - underpinning the existence of the Club is the safety of sailors and community members. Sandgate, QLD Australia
    http://www.syc.org.au/
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  • South Brisbane Sailing Club
    South Brisbane Sailing Club (SBSC) is a family based river sailing club. Established in 1903 the club is a part of Brisbane's sporting history. SBSC offers one-design racing, sail training, and social activities. The Club races boats under 5 metres long and we invite all S.B.S.C. members and the public to join the Brisbane River sailing community. If you don’t have a boat, you can hire one of the Clubs’ sailing dinghies. South Brisbane, Qld, Australia
    http://sbsc.org.au/
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  • Southport Yacht Club
    Southport Yacht Club, the Gold Coast's premier Sports Club offering everything from dining in the Waterfront Restaurant to a Functions venue overlooking our 300 Berth Marina which further complements the million dollar views from all dining and function areas. Our purpose is to provide excellent facilities hosting for those persons interested in boating and its associated activities, or simply wish to unwind in a unique, relaxed atmosphere. Offering learn to sail programs for children and adults, racing, Corporate Sailing, Powerboating, Cruising, and much more. Main Beach, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.southportyachtclub.com.au/
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  • Sunshine Coast Yacht Club
    Come and join the friendly sailing club on the Sunshine Coast at the Mooloolaba Marina. The Sunshine Coast Yacht Club (SCYC) is a friendly community based sailing club, located on the sun-kissed Sunshine Coast of Queensland at Mooloolaba and is the "Yacht Club on Site" at the Mooloolaba Marina. SCYC is close to beaches, shops and restaurants and enjoys good weather one day, perfect the next! The natural and cultural surroundings of the Sunshine Coast Yacht Club are known internationally and acclaimed as a world class destination for sailing enthusiasts. Come along, join in, use your skills on water or on land, bring your friends and enjoy sailing and socialising. Mooloolaba, QLD Australia
    http://www.scyc.net.au/
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  • Tinaroo Sailing Club
    A family oriented club offering racing and social activities. We are a family club that prides itself on being able to cater for all sailors and all classes. A wonderful safe place to learn how to sail! The sailing club at Tinaroo Dam was established in the early 1960's. With an area nearly the size of Sydney harbour (and not nearly as many boats), Tinaroo Sailing Club offers a wonderful place to sail in Tropical Far North Queensland. Tinaroo Dam, Far North QLD, Australia.
    http://www.tinaroo.yachting.org.au/
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  • Townsville Cruising Yacht Club
    The Townsville Cruising Yacht Club was established in approximately 1967. The goal and purpose of the club is to promote and encourage yachting on a competitive and social basis. In the early 1980's the Townsville Cruising Yacht Club started operating from the Townsville Motor Boat Club. In 1999 the TCYC was incorporated into the TMBC and collectively we are known as the Townsville Yacht Club. Townsvillle QLD Australia
    http://www.tcyc.yachting.org.au/
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  • Townsville Sailing Club
    The club is a community based family entertainment area providing sailing and sail training and welcomes the opportunity for its members and the clubhouse to be involved in any community waterfront activity. Dinghy sailing in Townsville goes back to 1890's. Present site opened 1994. Hosted 1996 Australian & World 505 Championships which were acclaimed the best World 505 title anywhere - ever! Townsville, QLD Australia
    http://www.tsc.yachting.org.au/
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  • Townsville Yacht Club
    Mission Statement: To provide quality assets for our members by operating a cost effective, sustainable boating and entertainment venue for the boating and general population of Townsville for the benefit of TYC members. The Townsville Yacht Club aims to maximise the benefits to our members by becoming the premium marina for recreational boating activities within the North Queensland region and an integral partner in the Palmer Street dining and entertainment precinct. Townsvillle, QLD Australia
    http://www.townsvilleyachtclub.com.au/
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  • Whitsunday Sailing Club
    Welcome to the Whitsunday Sailing Club – the place many locals call 'the best spot in town'. Situated right on the point in Airlie Beach with stunning water views, the club has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and provides a perfect meeting place for people with a common interest in sailing and socialising. An active race program exists for off-beach and off-shore sailors and includes major regattas, competitive local fixtures and comprehensive training courses for adults and juniors. Airlie Beach, QLD Australia
    http://www.whitsundaysailingclub.com.au/
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  • Wooden Boat Association of Cairns
    June 1999 - WBAC was conceived during a backyard BBQ (yes there was a beer or 3 involved but isn't that's how all great ideas germinate?) Our original ethos - "to share ideas, skills and enjoy mucking around in wooden boats with friends" remains our mission to this day. Today WBAC offers its members and guests a variety of activites including boat building projects and tuition courses plus many land-based and on-water family participation events. Our premier annual event is the Great Tinaroo Raid, a 3-day regatta of organised and recreational activities with optional camping at beautiful Lake Tinaroo. Cairns, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.wbac.com.au/
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  • Wynnum Manly Yacht Club
    We are located on the Royal Esplanade at Manly, Brisbane, Australia. The club's facilities provide access via Manly Boat Harbour to Moreton Bay in South East Queensland. More than 600 members enjoy a range of craft ranging from large motor cruisers to runabouts and trailer sailors to ocean going keel boats. Interests range from cruising and fishing to social and serious racing. The clubhouse boasts a friendly and relaxed atmosphere with a restaurant and bar where members and guests meet for dinner, drinks and organised events. Manly, Brisbane, Australia
    http://www.wmyc.com.au/
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  • Yachting Queensland
    Yachting Queensland is the peak body for all forms of sailing in Queensland. It is a diverse organisation with key responsibilities that facilitate the management and development of "Sailing" in Queensland. The existence of Yachting Queensland is pivotal to the health and development of the Sailing as a sport and recreational activity in Queensland. Yachting Queensland provides development and management of training packages for small boat sailing to yacht sailing. Yachting Queensland assist Yachting Australia to delivery certified training in sailing through the accredited Discover Sailing Centres. Yachting Queensland’s responsibility extends to the development and maintenance of racing rules, transport regulations and the measurement and registration of boats and racing handicaps. Yachting Queensland provides direct support to clubs; in club organisation, administration, marketing and sailing activities. We are here to facilitate the success of each yacht club in Queensland. Manly, Queensland, Australia
    http://qldyachting.org.au/
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  • Yorkeys Knob Boating Club & Half Moon Bay Marina
    Welcome To Yorkeys Knob Boating Club and Half Moon Bay Marina. Yorkeys Knob Boating Club is located at Yorkeys Knob, one of the northern beachside suburbs of Cairns. The 197 berth marina was constructed in 1994 and is nestled in the picturesque cove of Half Moon Bay, while the multi-million dollar marina club house was completed in October 1995 and is built out over the water with the largest shade sail in the north covering the deck and alfresco dining facilities. The marina offers Berth Rentals with a wide range of amenities. The Club has a Sailing division and a Fishing division. Yorkeys Knob, QLD Australia
    http://www.ykbc.com.au/
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