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  • ACCA Dragon Boat Racing Team
    The ACCA Dragon Boat Racing Team is based in Sydney(Pyrmont), Australia. The team has been racing competitively since the 1984 inaugural Sydney Dragon Boat Festival at Farm Cove. We are one of the founding members of the Sydney Dragon Boat Community. We welcome paddlers from all different backgrounds, ages and fitness levels. Sydney(Pyrmont), NSW Australia
    http://www.accadbr.com/
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  • Balmain Rowing Club
    Balmain Rowing Club is a community club in the heart of Balmain. We offer the opportunity for all members of the community to enjoy the sport of rowing both recreationally and competitively, at novice, intermediate and elite levels. In particular, we provide access to the sport for junior rowers and young people who may not have the opportunity to row at school or university, We are proud to provide a development pathway from absolute beginner through to rowing at representative level. Our clubhouse is at the Bottom of White Street in Balmain, Sydney, Australia. This position gives us access to the training areas in the Iron Cove, The Parramatta River and the Lane Cove River, depending on the weather conditions. The BRC (or Balmain Rowing Club) prides itself on being a "Club level" Club. We will gladly offer the great sport of Rowing to anybody who wishes to compete. Balmain, Sydney, NSW Australia
    http://www.balmainrowingclub.com/
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  • Bei Loon Dragonboat Club
    Dragonboating is an adrenalin pumping non-contact team water sport which had its origins in Ancient China but now has a presence in countries around the world. It usually involves 20 paddlers, a sweep(steerer) and a drummer in a purpose built boat competing in races over various distances (200m, 500m - most popular). The Bei Loon Dragonboat Club is located at Rowland Reserve, Bayview with close to 120 members fielding teams in most categories(Premier, Masters and Breast Cancer Survivors). Bayview, Sydney, NSW Australia
    http://www.beiloon.com.au/
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  • Blackwattle Bay Dragon Boat Club
    Be a part of the excitement and adrenaline rush of dragon boat racing with Blackwattle Bay Dragon Boat Club! Meet new friends, have fun and get fit! We cater for all age groups and fitness levels. Come and try one of our dragon boat for beginners sessions or join now! Blackwattle Bay Dragon Boat Club (aka BWB) is known for being one of the friendliest and most inclusive social and sports dragon boat clubs around, with our members ranging from 15 to 55+ across all cultural backgrounds and fitness levels. If you're interested in outdoor water sport activities in a supportive team environment, then BWB is for you! Come and try dragon boating and sign up for our very popular dragon boat for beginners sessions in Sydney, NSW Australia.
    http://www.blackwattlebay.org.au/
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  • BlueFins Dragon Boat Team
    Formed in 2002, BlueFins are a competitive social Dragon Boat club in Sydney. BlueFins compete in Dragon Boat events locally and abroad. BlueFins boast a team of dedicated individuals who enjoy paddling and partying as One Team! Pyrmont NSW Australia
    http://www.bluefins.com.au/
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  • Central Coast Dragon Boat Club
    The Central Coast Dragon Boat Club is one of the premier racing clubs in Australia with over 80 members from a wide age group and experience. We are proud to call the beautiful Central Coast our home with its stunning waterways and wonderful community feel. We are close enough to Sydney to compete in all the DBNSW qualifying regattas, but far enough away to enjoy a great lifestyle. Toukley NSW, Australia
    http://www.ccdragons.org.au/
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  • Central Coast Paddlers
    The Club was established in 1962 as the Central Coast Canoe Club and in 2017 changed its name to Central Coast Paddlers to better represent the members and the diversity of craft that are used in paddle sports today. The members enjoy a regular program of flatwater races and recreational paddles throughout the year. Races are held on the Wyong River based out of the Lions Park on Panonia Road, Wyong and races are based on handicaps to ensure competitive racing for all levels of paddlers. Recreational paddles are often organised amongst the members in suitable locations other than on the Wyong River. The members of CCP have extensive experience in all aspects of kayaking and are always willing to share their knowledge of craft, equipment and paddling technique for newcomers to the sport. We welcome members from other clubs as well as non-members who are interested in trying the sport of kayak racing and while most of our members paddle kayaks and skis, we welcome paddlers of other paddle craft such as SUPs, outrigger canoes etc. Wyong, NSW, Australia
    http://centralcoastpaddlers.org.au/
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  • Chinese Youth League (CYL) Dragon Boat Club
    CYL Dragon Boat Club, is a dragon boat racing club based in Sydney, Australia. Training in Blackwattle Bay, near the Sydney Fish Markets, we paddle with fury and fun! CYL Dragon Boat welcomes all ages, backgrounds, and fitness levels. Sydney, NSW Australia
    http://dragonboat.cyl.org.au/
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  • Colour City Dragons
    Dragon Boating in Orange. Colour City Dragons is a sports club which invites anyone 12 years and over to join in the fun and camaraderie of this exciting water sport. Whether you want the exhilaration and physical exertion competing in regattas brings, or if you’re more interested in the joys of a social paddle on beautiful Lake Canobolas Dragon Boating is an ideal sport. Our training program caters for all ages and physical abilities and we are always pleased to welcome newcomers and share the joy of being part of a Dragon Boat team. Members also have the chance to participate in regattas across NSW, interstate and internationally. Orange, NSW Australia
    http://www.colourcitydragons.org/
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  • Cronulla Sutherland Kayak Club
    Cronulla Sutherland Kayak Club Incorporated, (founded in 1965 as Lilli Pilli Kayak Club), is one of the oldest and most successful kayak clubs in the Southern Hemisphere. The Club comprises approximately 100 members, ranging in age from 8 to 85 years of age. Members are domiciled predominantly in the St George and Sutherland regions, but many also come from as far a field as the Illawarra, the Blue Mountains, and the eastern, south western and western suburbs of Sydney. Club members compete in flatwater (marathon and sprint), canoe polo, 'wild / white water' down river and slalom events. Club races are predominantly held in the autumn and winter months on the Hacking River off Grays Point. These are flatwater races ranging from distances of 2km to 20km. Each year the Club applies for an Aquatic Licence with the Waterways Authority of NSW to conduct autumn and winter series sprint and marathon races on the Hacking River. Taren Point, New South Wales, Australia
    http://www.cronullasutherlandkayakclub.com/
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  • Dragon Boats NSW
    Dragon Boats NSW (DBNSW) is the governing body for dragon boating in New South Wales and a member of the Australian Dragon Boat Federation. There are currently over 3200 members residing in all corners of the state from Byron Bay to Jindabyne and everywhere in between. There are currently 59 dragon boat clubs scattered around the waterways of New South Wales each sporting their own individual culture. The clubs are all members of DBNSW and therefore adhere to the sporting and ethical guidelines bound by their membership. North Strathfield, NSW Australia
    http://www.dbnsw.org.au/
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  • Far North Coast Canoe Club
    Canoeing is fun! We provide opportunities for friendship, fitness and a chance to enjoy Lismore's tranquil Wilsons River. We have fast paddlers and slow paddlers, racers, recreational and sea paddlers. Whatever paddler you are, we’re sure you'll fit right in! Our main activity is flat water paddling in the Wilsons River in Lismore. We also organise recreational touring paddles on local rivers. We have fast, competitive paddlers, who do well in the Northern Marathon Series, and also those who enjoy a more leisurely pace. Lismore, NSW Australia
    http://fnccc.canoe.org.au/
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  • Five Islands Outrigger Canoe Club
    Whether you seek active competition or simply to enjoy regular social paddles on the magnificent coastal waters of the Illawarra, this is the club for you. Five Islands caters for all ages with a strong junior squad and active teams for women, men and mixed crews. If you wish to simply try outrigging for the first time, come along to a social paddling session. Wollongong, NSW Australia
    https://www.fiveislandsoutrigger.com.au/
    (Added: Thu Feb 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Forbes Dragon Boat Club
    The Forbes Dragon Boat Club was formed in 2011 and is a fast growing sport in the Forbes district, so much so the Club recently purchased a second boat! We paddle for fun and enjoyment, and a bit of fitness, and we cater for adults of all ages and fitness levels. So why not come along and give dragon boating a try! Forbes, NSW Australia
    http://www.forbesdragonboat.org/
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  • Grafton Rowing Club
    Founded in 1882, Grafton Rowing Club is situated on the beautiful Clarence River on the North Coast of New South Wales in Australia. Grafton Rowing Club members enjoy a variety of regattas and social activities. Grafton, NSW Australia
    http://www.graftonrowing.asn.au/
    (Added: Mon Feb 19 2018) - Report this link as bad!
  • Hawkesbury Canoe Classic
    The Hawkesbury Canoe Classic is a fun paddle with a serious purpose. Each year up to 600 participants paddle overnight to raise money for the Arrow, The Bone Marrow Transplant Foundation to give hope to people suffering from diseases treatable by bone marrow and adult stem cell transplants. Over the years the event has build into a great community event, with paddlers, their landcrew and hundreds of volunteers converging on the banks of the Hawkesbury River at Windsor on the day of the event to enjoy the camaraderie and spirit that the Hawkesbury Canoe Classic has built. Summerland Point, NSW Australia
    https://www.canoeclassic.net/
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  • Hunter Valley PaddleSports Club
    Formed in 1968 the club has a long history in the Hunter and Newcastle region, the club has had a boat shed with access to Lake Macquarie in the past and now bases itself at Teralba Bowling Club. Hunter Valley Canoe Club Inc. (HVCC) was formed 45 years ago. During this time the sport of canoeing/kayaking has evolved and developed into many variations. Current past times include recreation, touring, marathon, sprint, white water, polo, down river racing and SUP. HVCC does and has catered for all facets of the sport over the years. In fact a HVCC Dungog to Clarence Town event broke the world record for the greatest number of competitors at the time with over 600 entrants. The club changed its name in 2015 to Hunter Valley PaddleSports Club Inc. (HVPC) to represent the needs of all people who enjoy paddling. Teralba, NSW, Australia
    http://www.huntervalleypaddlesportsclub.com/
    (Added: Mon Nov 16 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Kayak Sydney Warehouse
    Kayak Sales and Kayak Accessories. We, a small group of kayak enthusiasts, have taken the time to paddle and inspect a wide range of kayaks and accessories. From the multitude of brands and models available in Australia and worldwide we offer you "The pick of the Crop", those craft that we believe to be the best in terms of quality, performance, value for money and overall paddler satisfaction. Through constantly sourcing the best kayaking products at the best possible prices and through excellent customer service and advice we strive to create and retain happy paddlers and through this process become recognised as the most successful kayaking service provider in Australia. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
    http://www.kayaksydneyaustralia.com/
    (Added: Fri Nov 20 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Lane Cove River Kayakers
    Lane Cove River Kayakers is a racing and fitness paddling club based at Rotary Athletics Field, Lane Cove North, Sydney. We meet every Wednesday evening throughout the year setting out from 6.25pm for a 12km, 9km or 6km time trial on tranquil Lane Cove River. We have a strong membership base (over 120) with a broad range of ages and a reputation of being a relaxed and friendly club. While competitive on the water we are at all times very supportive of one another. Lane Cove, NSW Australia
    http://www.lcrk.org.au/
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  • Lower Clarence Amateur Rowing and Sculling Club
    Established in 1885, our club now sits on the bank of the glorious South Arm of the Clarence River where the water is smooth, peaceful and disturbed by little river traffic. Kilometres of enclosed water with long straight stretches are available for various distances of rowing. We are one of the few clubs to have a registered 2km rowing course. Our membership ranges from 12 years to over 80: from brand new beginners to elite rowers. New members of any ability and aged over 12 are always welcome. Members may choose to row socially or become involved in competing. Competition is available for all ages. We run Learn to Row programs throughout the year. New South Wales, Australia
    http://www.lowerclarencerowing.com.au/
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  • Makai Paddlers Society
    Paddling is in our blood. Feel the same? Come train with us! Whether your paddling dreams are to complete the Molokai Solo or simply make paddling friends for life, Makai Paddlers Society is dedicated to help you achieve your goals. Burrill Lake, New South Wales, Australia
    https://www.makaipaddlers.com/
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  • Manly Warringah Kayak Club
    Manly Warringah Kayak Club (MWKC) is situated on the beautiful Narrabeen Lake at Berry Reserve. The club has around 250 members of all ages and abilities. From ages 6 to 86. From paddlers struggling not to fall in the water to gold medal winning Olympians. There are the paddlers who always have a coffee at the local cafe after every paddle to the time-poor who squeeze in a morning or afternoon session. Members paddle a variety of boats from stable TK1's and ocean skis through to K1's and C1's. We are an all-inclusive club suitable for all ages and abilities and have squads for Tadpoles (under 12), Junior (13-18), Under 23, open and Masters paddlers. We are primarily a racing club and our members enjoy competing in events such as the Paddle NSW Marathon Series, PNSW Harbour Series, PNSW Sprint Series as well as ultra-marathons like the Hawkesbury Classic and Myall Classic. Narrabeen, NSW Australia
    http://mwkc.com.au/
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  • Marist Dragons Dragon Boat Club
    Marist Dragons was formed in 2013 as a community club based in Woolwich, in the lower north shore of Sydney. We have an active junior membership (12-18 years old and up), a growing number of adult paddlers, and are inclusive, fun, and friendly. We are also a competitive, committed club, with strong representation in both the NSW State and Australian National squads. Our focus is to help the sport grow and endorse all junior and youth categories to help build a strong foundation for the future of Dragon Boating in Australia. Woolwich, Sydney NSW Australia
    https://www.maristdragons.com.au/
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  • Massive Murray Paddle
    The Massive Murray Paddle is an amazing 5 day paddling adventure & paddling race, that raises funds to assist local community-driven programs. Mosman, NSW Australia
    https://www.massivemurraypaddle.org.au/
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  • Mavericks Dragon Boat Club
    The Mavericks Dragon Boat Club is a Sydney based club that trains out of Bank St, Pyrmont near the Sydney fish markets.Mavericks Dragon Boat Club welcomes anyone who would like to learn to paddle. Getting fit and meeting a great group of people are two of the fantastic bonuses of joining our Club. We do need to take this moment to warn you; the social camaraderie and competition are addictive. Dragon boating is one of the fastest growing sports in Australia, with around 20 Clubs in Sydney city area alone. So if you’re looking for somewhere to belong, goals to strive and supportive, fun and friendly environment, then dragon boating with the Mavericks is for you. Pyrmont, Sydney, NSW Australia
    http://mavsdb.com/
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  • Mitta Mitta Canoe Club
    Come Paddling with the Mitta Mitta Canoe Club. Situated on the banks of the Murray River in Albury-Wodonga the MMCC boasts a great family atmosphere and has produced many Australian representatives since the inception of the club in 1974. Social paddlers or seasoned competitors, the Mitta Mitta Canoe Club caters for all ages and boats with a great family atmosphere. Albury, New South Wales, Australia
    http://www.mittacanoe.com.au/
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  • Murwillumbah Rowing Club
    Welcome to the picturesque Tweed River in the North East corner of New South Wales, Australia. Located near the Queensland / NSW border, our climate allows us to row all year round on our Olympian quality 2000m rowing course. Learn to Row... & get fit sitting down! Enjoy the calm waters of the Tweed River with our experienced coaches, on one of the best rowing courses in Australia. Murwillumbah, NSW Australia
    http://www.murwillumbahrowing.com.au/
    (Added: Mon Feb 19 2018) - Report this link as bad!
  • NAGA Spirit Dragonboat Team
    NAGA Spirit is one of Sydney's first Dragon Boat Teams. Started in 1992 as the UNSW Malaysian Students' Organisation Dragon Boat Team (MSODB), the team initially sought to foster friendships with newly arrived international students and help them adjust to life in Australia... and life in Australia obviously meant sports! Nothing seemed to blend that uniquely Malaysian spirit with the famous Aussie sporting culture quite like Dragon boating. Pyrmont, Sydney, NSW Australia
    http://nagaspirit.com.au/
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  • New South Wales Union of Rowers
    Our mission is to: To perpetuate the highest traditions of sportsmanship within the rowing community through the continuing association and reunion of rowers. To foster, improve and perpetuate the sport of rowing and sculling. To promote the ideals of rowing and sculling through an active interest in the affairs of Rowing New South Wales and its affiliates. To encourage Junior Rowing Development through the establishment of appropriate award schemes/programs. To recognize and record significant achievements of individuals and organisations. To assist Rowing New South Wales in the staging of regattas and other events. Five Dock, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
    http://www.nswrowers.com/
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  • Newcastle Hunter Dragon Boat Club
    Newcastle Dragon Boat Club Inc. is a dragon boat club located in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. The Newcastle Hunter 'Dragonhunters' Club has grown rapidly since its beginnings in 2000. It has evolved from a small number of dedicated people with a commitment and vision to dragon boating at a competitive level to over 90 members today. The Club consists of energetic, enthusiastic people who come together from all walks of life and ages to take up the challenge and enjoy the dynamic sport. Whilst our overall aim of the Club is to be competitive, we also place a lot of importance on the core value of our Club: to enjoy each other’s company on and off the water. We hold regular social activities and events as a Club, in which members take advantage of to learn more about each other and to build friendships. Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
    http://www.dragonhunters.org.au/
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  • Newy Paddlers
    Newy Paddlers can help you with all your paddling needs. We offer coaching classes for beginners with no experience, to the competitive paddler looking for that bit extra. Newy Paddlers compete in the Paddle NSW Marathon Series and Ultra Marathon Events. Newy Paddlers have recreational paddles in different venues throughout the year. We are a non-profit organisation focused on developing athletes in the sport of kayaking, canoeing and all other paddlesports. We strive for all paddlers no matter what age or skill, to be connected with a desire to create lifelong friendships through paddlesports and nurture a "paddle for life" mentality. Our vision is to be a nationally recognised paddlesports club that offers our members an opportunity to learn in an encouraging environment, develop skills and a passion to paddle to the best of their ability so they become champions both on the water as well as off the water. Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
    http://newypaddlers.org.au/
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  • Northern Beaches Dragon Boat Club
    Dragon Boating is an exciting water sport that puts 22 people into one boat with the sole objective of crossing the finish line before other teams. In the greater Sydney area there are over 20 clubs that compete once per month. Of course it's not only about competition... it's a good way to get fit, have fun and meet lots of new friends. The Northern Beaches Dragon Boat Club (NBDBC), based in Manly Cove, is always on the look-out for new paddlers, sweeps and coaches. Come along and find out for yourself why Dragon Boating is one of the fastest growing water sports in Australia. Manly and Narrabeen, New South Wales, Australia
    http://www.nbdbc.com/
    (Added: Thu Feb 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Nowra Waterdragons
    Nowra Waterdragons clubhouse is located on the shore of the magnificent Shoalhaven River, just west of the bridge. We welcome new paddlers to come along to any of our training sessions and try this fun and exciting sport out. If you are already a paddler and visiting the area then come on down and have a paddle with us. First formed in November 2005, Nowra Waterdragons gathered members from a wide variety of backgrounds, ages and fitness levels. This diverse group had a common passion for dragon boat racing and enjoyed each others company. The love of racing in dragon boats continues on with the club diversifying into other paddle craft such as outrigger canoes. Nowra, NSW Australia
    http://nowrawaterdragons.org.au/
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  • NSW Sea Kayak Club
    The NSWSKC was established in 1989 by a group of enthusiastic paddlers to further the sport of Sea Kayaking in NSW. The most important aspects of the Club are the organised trips, training sessions (day trips and weekend sessions are held with qualified leaders and instructors), social activities and the club magazine, Salt which is published 4 times per year. Membership of the club puts you in touch with many other paddlers state-wide. Events and club trips are advertised on our calendar. These trips include training and trips. Royal Exchange, NSW Australia
    http://www.nswseakayaker.asn.au/
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  • Pacific Dragon Boat and Outrigger Canoe Club
    We are a social and competitive paddling club established in 1993, with over 100 club members. Dragon Boating, Outrigger Canoeing, Single Craft or all three!! Social or Competitive. The Pacific Dragons was initially established as a dragon boat club in 1993 as an expansion of the Dragon Ladies who were part of the Australian Chinese Cultural Association. Initially a ladies club, it quickly expanded into a mixed paddling club, which became known as the Pacific Dragons. In successive seasons, the Pacific Dragons recruited people from all backgrounds and age groups and is now one of the largest groups of active paddlers in NSW with over 100 members. Sydney NSW Australia
    http://www.pacificdragons.com.au/
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  • PaddleNSW
    PaddleNSW is your organisation. It is run by a keen group of volunteers dedicated to providing member paddlers in NSW and the ACT with the best opportunities to pursue their sport or recreation. PaddleNSW has negotiated an interim affiliation with Australian Canoeing (AC), giving PaddleNSW members the same access to AC services as paddlers in other states. Two membership options are available giving two different levels of AC provided services. Sydney Olympic Park, NSW Australia
    http://www.paddlensw.org.au/
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  • Penrith Whitewater Stadium
    Penrith Whitewater Stadium was the competition venue for the canoe/kayak slalom events during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Located at the foot of the world heritage listed Blue Mountains, about an hour west of Sydney, it is the only man-made river of its kind in the southern hemisphere. The whitewater course has been constructed using a combination of both natural and man-made materials to recreate the characteristics of a wild river. 14,000 litres per second of raging whitewater flowing over a moveable obstacle system has proven to a challenge and exciting ride even for the best paddlers in the world. McCarthys Lane, Cranebrook, NSW Australia
    http://www.penrithwhitewater.com.au/
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  • Pittwater Paddling Club
    The Pittwater Paddling Club is based at BAYVIEW, on the shores of Pittwater. We paddle in the beautiful Pittwater, from Bayview to Scotland Island, Long Nose, Palm Beach, Mc Carrs Creek, Lion Island. Some of our paddlers are keen ocean paddlers, others are keen boat wash riders - as we get some great boat washes in Pittwater. Others are enthusiastic paddlers, out to enjoy the water and the sport. We are a new club, and our aim is to be a friendly, supportive and community club, one made up of great teamwork and commaraderie, looking after each other for the betterment of paddling as a sport, as a great way of keeping fit and enjoying the beautiful area. Bayview, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
    http://www.pittwaterpaddling.club/
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  • Port Hacking Dragon Boat Club
    The Port Hacking Dragon Boat Club was the first Dragon Boat Club in the Sutherland Shire, the first in Sydney and the first in NSW, it trains on the beautiful Port Hacking River each week and competes in events around NSW and Australia. The Port Hacking Club continues to promote the sport and its cultural heritage. We encourage people from all walks of life to try dragon boat paddling and uphold the heritage. Yowie Bay, NSW Australia
    http://porthackingdragonboatclub.com/
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  • River Canoe Club of New South Wales
    Some call flatwater paddling 'bushwalking on water', others regard it as a means for getting away from it all. Whatever way you view it, it is a means of getting to and seeing beautiful places and rivers, which very few get to enjoy, and have the pleasure of camping and cooking by the river with a fantastic group of fellow kayakers. Flat and moving water is the ideal place to start your kayaking journey and develop your skills, regardless of whether you just want to stick to these disciplines or are looking to progress into kayaking serious whitewater kayaking. To help new and novice kayakers on their paddling journey the Club holds regular training and skills development days and has a number of Australian Canoeing qualified flatwater instructors who work with new paddlers. Then there are the tips and advice experienced members can give to newer members and the personal experience one builds up by coming on Club trips and weekends away. Flat and moving water trips are regularly held in and around Sydney as well as on rivers and lakes all over the state. Artarmon, New South Wales, Australia
    http://rivercanoeclub.org/
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  • Rowers on Cooks River
    Boasting a fabulous view, exceptional dining, ample parking and a convenient location, Rowers on Cooks River is so much more than just "your local". Positioned on absolute waterfront, the Rowers Club hosts a huge outdoor Terrace overlooking the Cooks River and the beautiful Cahill parklands. The Terrace is accessible daily for lunch & dinner dining as well as private function bookings and makes the perfect farewell location due to its proximity to Sydney Airport. St George Rowing Club, trading as Rowers on Cooks River, is a NSW registered club that supports competitive rowing. Rowers compete in the NSW Rowing Calendar of events. The Club was formed in 1957 by the rowing fraternity to finance the expensive sport of rowing. It was initially formed with 24 members but that was increased to 200 in 1962 in order to secure a liquor license. The Club's first own single storey Clubhouse was opened on April 28, 1962 on the banks of the Cooks River replacing a tin boating shed. Rowers representing St George Rowing Club have won a number of State and National Titles. The Club has produced 3 Olympians. Wolli Creek, NSW Australia
    http://rowersoncooksriver.com.au/
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  • Rowing NSW
    Rowing New South Wales is the recognised state sporting organisation for the Olympic sport of Rowing in NSW, Australia. The New South Wales Rowing Association (NSWRA) was formed in 1878. On July 1st, 2011 the Association adopted a new constitution and became Rowing New South Wales Incorporated (RNSW). The initial impetus for the formation of the Association was a challenge from our neighbouring state of Victoria (or colony as it was in those days) for a race to be conducted in 1879*. Things haven't changed much since - just more states to challenge for racing supremacy in Australia. Since 1878 the number of rowing clubs in NSW has grown from three clubs at the time the Association was established to more than 35 clubs today, not counting a host of schools with rowing programs. Rowing New South Wales governs the sport of rowing in NSW. It decides on the rules for racing in NSW, determines boat classes for racing events, sets an annual calendar of regattas, and promotes the rowing in this state. Through the club and school system the sport caters for male and female rowers from elite to novice level including athletes with a disability. Membership of Rowing New South Wales is around 5000. Balmain East, Sydney, NSW Australia
    http://www.rowingnsw.asn.au/
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  • Sapphire Water Dragons
    Interested in participating in one of Australia’s fastest growing water sports, making new friends, doing something different, challenging and fun? Then the Sapphire Water Dragons Dragon Boat Club is for you. Sapphire Water Dragons (SWD) was formed in December 2004. Paddling sessions are conducted at Top Lake, Lakewood Drive in Merimbula and cater for both serious and social paddlers who travel from as far afield as Cobargo, Eden, Bega and Tathra. New paddlers are always welcome, so come on, have a go; we welcome everyone from 12 years of age onwards and of any fitness level. Merimbula NSW Australia
    http://sapphirewaterdragons.com.au/
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  • Surfski Australia
    Welcome to the home of the ocean racing and surfski world of Australia. Surfski Australia is owned and run by the Open Water Technical Committee of PaddleNSW Inc. for the benefit of the entire Open Water paddling community in Australia. PaddleNSW Inc is a not-for-profit association affiliated to Australian Canoeing Inc. The aim of Surfski Australia is to provide information about Ocean Racing, Open Water and Harbour Racing for Surfski's, Spec skis, Outrigger canoes, Stand-up boards (SUP's) and Seakayaks throughout Australia. Sydney Olympic Park, NSW Australia
    http://surfskiaustralia.com/
    (Added: Thu Feb 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Sutherland Shire Canoe Club & Dolls Point Paddlers
    The club is the crossroads for members who participate in a wide range of paddle sports. Formal club activities include introductory sessions, group flat water tours, and a monthly 5km time trial. Smaller groups of members are active in sea kayaking, marathon racing, multi sport events, ultra distance events, flatwater touring, canoe touring and surfski racing. If it's happening in the NSW area, we probably have somebody who's involved in it. Club activities centre around our clubrooms in Burnum Burnum Reserve, Woronora, New South Wales, Australia
    http://shirekayaking.info/
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  • Sydney Dragon Blades
    The Sydney Dragon Blades were formed in 1992, as the University of Technology, Sydney Dragon Boat Club. The club is keenly recruiting paddlers of all ages and sporting ability – as long as you have a keen interest in becoming fitter, are a team player and don't mind contributing to the club on and off the water. We're not looking for natural athletes, just ordinary people who want to work hard and have fun in the process. There is definitely the scope to satisfy your competitive desire. We also have scope for social paddlers who come to us to meet new people or make a healthy change to their lives. Sydney, NSW Australia
    http://www.sydneydragonblades.com/
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  • Sydney Dragon Sports Association Dragon Boat Club
    Dragon Sports Association (DSA) is a dragon boat racing club in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Dragon boating is one of Australia's fastest growing sports, and is one of the few sports that exercise most of the muscles in the body as well as improving your aerobic and anaerobic fitness. We have male and female paddlers of all age groups and many of our paddlers have been selected for state and national teams. We also provide the opportunity to train and gain accreditation as a sweep. Our paddlers also provide training to corporate teams and many organisations have realised that dragon boating is great fun and a cost effective team building activity. Rhodes, NSW Australia
    http://www.dsadragon.org/
    (Added: Thu Feb 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Sydney Harbour Kayaks
    Kayak Sales, Kayak Rental, Tours, Lessons. Sydney Harbour Kayaks is Australia's largest full service kayak, surf ski and SUP centre. The Sydney Harbour Kayaks experience is more than just about going on a tour, buying, learning to paddle or renting a kayak. Our team is passionate about kayaking, passionate about surf ski, passionate about stand-up paddle boarding, passionate about being out on the water. Mosman, New South Wales, Australia
    https://www.sydneyharbourkayaks.com.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
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