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  • Australian Kayak School
    Learn to Canoe, Kayak and paddle any craft with the number one paddle Education school in Australia: the first Australian Kayak School. Australian Kayak School Instructors are ACAS qualified and experienced in their padding discilpines. We ensure our Instructors continue to be the best through in-house training updates. As the only Australian Kayak School dedicated to promoting safety, fun and performance we are the specialists in instruction. The Australian Kayak School caters to all levels of skill. Beginner paddlers can learn basic skills to make on water experiences safe, easy and fun. Experienced paddlers can improve technique and upskill. Let the Australian Kayak School help you achieve your goals. The Australian Kayak School has a range of courses available and also offer private lessons and coaching. Burleigh Heads, Queensland, Australia
    http://kayakschool.com.au/
    (Added: Mon Dec 25 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Brisbane Canoeing Inc
    A group of friendly, supportive people who love to paddle. Found on a beautiful stretch of the Brisbane River adjacent to the Queensland Tennis centre at Tennyson the club provides kayaking programmes for paddlers of all ages and levels. The Club is well known for its monthy “Hare and Hound” race, a handicaped style race which brings everyone together. Come down and say hello... Join us, get paddling! Brisbane, QLD Australia
    http://brisbanecanoeing.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Brisbane Outrigger Canoe Club
    Brisbane Outrigger Canoe Club (BOCC) commenced in 1989 and is located at Vic Lucas Park, Bulimba. The club caters to all levels and has experienced local, national and for some members, international success. The first outrigger canoe landed on Australian shores in 1978, with the first regatta being held in 1981. Races are held over distances from 250 meters right through to marathons. In Australia, marathons are generally held over distances from 15kms to 21kms, with teams in the Hamilton Island Cup completing races up to 42kms. BOCC members train almost every day of the week, mornings and afternoons, and welcome any new members to our club. Bulimba, Qld Australia
    http://www.brisbaneoutrigger.com/
    (Added: Thu Feb 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Brisbane River Dragons
    Established in 1998 Brisbane River Dragons (BRD) is the oldest dragon boat club in Brisbane. BRD is also an outrigger canoe club. We are a competitive club offering local, state, national and international competition. Although a competitive club, we also offer social paddling for fun and fitness with training available all year round. Brisbane, QLD Australia
    https://www.brisbaneriverdragons.com/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Broken Paddle Canoe Club
    Broken Paddle Canoe Club grew out of the desire of an enthusiastic group of people to paddle white-water. They were led by experienced paddlers Ken Lynch and Rob Wigginton and began paddling in the old 25m Boonah Pool in Elizabeth Tce in 2000. Boats were begged or borrowed and many here will remember the old 'jelly beans'. Players developed paddling and rolling skills and encouraged their families and their friends' families to join them. Once paddlers were a bit more competent, off they went to Goolang Creek for Easter to paddle the white-water. It all went from there. The Club has been able to develop a range of boats and accessories for various activities as well as equipment required for administration and governance. Club members have also been able to participate in White-water kayaking, sea kayaking expeditions, flat-water recreational paddling, and surf kayaking. Boonah, QLD Australia
    http://brokenpaddle.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Brothers Canoe Club
    The Brothers Canoe Club was formed in 2010 and officially incorporated in July of the same year. The club is situated within the grounds of Ambrose Treacy College, Indooroopilly. Canoe Polo is played in the college pool which overlooks the ovals and tennis courts. Kayaking takes place on the Brisbane River adjacent to the college. A modern pontoon close to the boat storage provides easy access to the river. Indooroopilly, Brisbane, QLD Australia
    http://brothers.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Cairns Beaches Outrigger Club
    The Cairns Beaches Outrigger Club, (CBOC), is a non-profit club, promoting the sport of outrigging and team work in the Cairns community. Outrigging is a great sport for overall fitness, fun, team work, and meeting new friends. Outrigging originated in Micronesia and Polynesia - and is one of the oldest water sports in the world. What commenced as a mode of transport between islands has become a team sport of fitness and endurance. Cairns, Queensland, Australia
    http://cairnsbeachesoutriggerclub.com.au/
    (Added: Mon Mar 17 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Coral Sea Kayaking
    Coral Sea Kayaking is outdoor adventure company based in Mission Beach, Tropical North Queensland, Australia , we offer sea kayaking tours, expeditions, private charter and hire within the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, visiting many of the National Park islands in the region, such as Dunk Island, Hinchinbrook Island and the Family Island group. South Mission Beach, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.coralseakayaking.com/
    (Added: Thu Feb 09 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Currumbin Creek Paddlers Club
    Structured paddling activities each Saturday morning, Club boats for hire, Coaching available, Unbeatable paddling environment, Structured training programs. All ages welcome. Most paddlers are involved with competition but some recreational paddling offered. Currumbin, QLD Australia
    http://currumbincreek.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Fitzroy Canoe Club
    The formation of the Club was primarily to consolidate a very keen group of recreational paddlers together. In these early days, canoe touring trips around the Rockhampton and Gladstone area were predominant with trips on the Fitzroy, Boyne, Calliope, Dawson, and Mackenzie Rivers, and a host of local creeks. Regular outings to the Capricorn Coast to test kayak skills in the ocean were also popular. Members have always struck a balance between recreational touring, sea kayaking, and competitive racing. North Rockhampton, QLD Australia
    http://fitzroy.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Greater Logan Canoe Club
    The club runs a weekly training session on Saturday Mornings from 7.30 at the Waterford Boat Ramp. This is a good opportunity to come and try kayaking. New paddlers are most welcome. GLCC welcomes current and future paddlers to come along and enjoy the fun and exercise that canoeing can offer. In a friendly way we encourage all to enjoy the Logan River. Waterford, QLD Australia
    http://greaterlogan.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Hekili Outriggers
    Hekili (Cairns) Outrigger Canoe Club began in 1994 at Mission Beach. It was the first North Queensland outrigger club to form, at a time when the sport was burgeoning from a foundation club which began in the mid 1980’s at Hamilton Island. Hekili enthusiastically embraces new members – whether they are fiercely competitive, a casual paddler who loves the water, or a complete novice who is looking for fun and friendship. Our members range in age from Junior (10 years and over) to Golden Master (over 55 years). The club attributes its strength and competitive success to the cohesive and friendly family attitude of our members who enjoy being involved in the sport and the community it represents. Yorkeys Knob, Queensland, Australia
    http://hekilioutrigger.com.au/
    (Added: Wed Nov 18 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Indooroopilly Canoe Club
    We are the oldest Queensland Canoe Club with a history of Australian K1 Marathon and Sprint Champions. We continue this tradition today and are also the home of some of Queensland finest Surf Life Saving ski Competitors as well having a group of Ocean Paddlers who are actively competing in events around the state. Indooroopilly, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
    http://indooroopilly.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Magnetic Island Outrigger Canoe Club
    Magnetic Island Outrigger Canoe Club was formed in 1992. It was a new club established in Picnic Bay on Magnetic Island with a view to give the Magnetic Island paddlers a bit more freedom. After some time, the Magnetic Island Outrigger Canoe Club shifted it home base from Magnetic Island to the Townsville mainland to allow the club to grow and to make it easier to get to regattas. Our Canoes are now located on Townsville's famous Strand, on the beach behind the Tobruk Pool. Magnetic Island Outriggers are made up of a wonderfully diverse range of individuals and are the clubs greatest strength. As a member of "Maggie" you will meet paddlers from all walks of life, social settings and professional backgrounds. Hyde Park, Qld. Australia
    http://miocc.wordpress.com/
    (Added: Thu Feb 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Mooloolaba Outrigger Canoe Club
    At Mooloolaba OCC you’ll find we are passionate about the sport of outrigger canoe racing. If you haven't had a chance to try this great sport and are keen to give it a go, we welcome and encourage you to contact us and get involved. New paddlers begin in our Novice program, paddling socially until they make the decision to either continue with outrigger canoeing for fun and fitness, or to take it a step further and join the competitive side of our great club. Either option is championed. From the age of 8 to 70+, we have a division that will suit you. Our goal is for everyone to enjoy the experience of being on our local Sunshine Coast waterways and the fantastic spirit of outrigger canoe paddling at all levels. Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.mooloolabaoutriggers.com/
    (Added: Tue Feb 04 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Newport Waters Canoe Club
    Our goal is to promote canoeing as a healthy activity for people of all ages and gender and to provide an opportunity for members to enjoy the great outdoors by paddling for leisure or competition. Whilst there is a core of members of both sexes and age ranging from 20 to 65+ who train hard and compete at National level there is also a strong group of recreational and beginner paddlers who just paddle and enjoy the beautiful Bay & waterways of SEQ. Margate, Queensland, Australia
    http://newportwaters.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • North West Canoe Club
    The North West Canoe club (NWCC) is located in the city of Mount Isa in North West Queensland, Australia. This is outback country, being some 2000 km from the state capital, Brisbane, and about 900 km from the nearest coastal city of Townsville. Being a little remote we certainly appreciate the paddlers who make the effort to come and see us either at the lake or at the Gregory river. You can always be sure of a warm welcome. The Gregory River Canoe Marathon has always been the high profile activity on the North West Canoe Club calendar, but there are many other less known aspects of the club, such as Social paddles and Wilderness paddles. Mount Isa, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.northwestcanoeclub.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Northcliffe Outrigging Canoe Club
    Formed in 1990 by a group of Surf Life Savers from the Northcliffe Surf Life Saving Club as a Winter Season training avenue, the Northcliffe Outrigger Canoe Club quickly gained momentum with members joining from around the Gold Coast region from many sports. Since its formation the club has had many successes within all disciplines of Outrigger Canoe Racing, within the Southern Zone Region, State of Queensland , Nationally along with many members having traveled overseas and raced internationally in Hawaii , USA , NZ, South East Asia and Tahiti. With strength across all Age Groups in Outrigger Canoe Racing, Northcliffe has been fortunate to have many high profile members represent it in many events. Southport BC QLD Australia
    http://northcliffeoutriggers.com.au/
    (Added: Thu Feb 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Paddle 2 Fitness
    Paddle 2 Fitness (P2F) is a leading coaching service for anyone looking to experience a new sport (i.e. paddling) or would like to achieve new goals in Surf Life Saving. P2F have assisted a range of athletes to podium finished at the Coolangatta Gold, become National Champions / Team members or simply to paddle more efficiently. P2F run daily squad sessions on the Gold Coast and weekly squad sessions in Brisbane. We also write weekly personalized training programs for athletes nationally and internationally. Robina, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.paddle2fitness.com.au/
    (Added: Fri Feb 21 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Paddle Capricornia
    Paddle Capricornia is a paddling club based on the Capricorn Coast (Yeppoon) Queensland. The Club started with a small group of people with a passion for kayaking and exploring the rivers & fantastic coast and islands in the Central Queensland area. Our vision is to provide a friendly club atmosphere catering for the recreational, social and competitive needs and interests of the community. Farnborough, QLD Australia
    http://paddlecapricornia.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Panamuna Outrigger Canoe Club
    Panamuna Outrigger Canoe Club was officially founded in April 1992. We have members and regular training sessions on the Sunshine Coast (Mooloolaba) and Brisbane (Shorncliffe). Panamuna is derived from an Aboriginal word meaning Ocean and we enjoy some of the country's premier venues for the sport, enjoying all weather access to open water or the calm of local rivers and canals. Mooloolaba, Qld. Australia
    http://www.panamuna.com/
    (Added: Thu Feb 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • QDBF - Queensland Dragon Boat Federation
    Dragon boating is for everyone and anyone of any age, shape or size. It is a dynamic and exciting sport with many opportunities to compete at state, national and international levels – what other sport gives an ordinary person the opportunity to do that? In 1999, four dragon boat clubs from Brisbane and the Gold Coast joined to form The Queensland Dragon Boat Federation. This was the first step on the path of this sport becoming the body that it is today with over 1000 paddlers state wide and the financial recognition from Queensland Sport and Recreation to develop further develop the sport. The QDBF is the state governing body for dragon boating in Queensland and it was formed to give clubs and paddlers an opportunity to represent their country. Manly, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.dbq.com.au/
    (Added: Thu Feb 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Queensland Sea Kayak Club
    QSKC is a recreational sea kayaking club. We welcome all sea kayakers interested in participating in and challenging themselves on organised trips and events. We promote the development of skills within the safety of the club environment. The focus of the QSKC is to provide training, education and organised recreational sea kayaking trips/events for its members. QSKC is a virtual club; it has no physical clubhouse, so we have no storage facilities nor club equipment. Queensland, Australia
    http://qldseakayak.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Redcliffe Outrigger Canoe Club
    The Redcliffe Outrigger Canoe Club (ROCC) was formed in November 2001 and is located at Crockatt Park, Woody Point (Off Oxley Avenue, opposite Lilla St), near Humpybong Yacht Club. The club shares the clubhouse building with the Uniting Church and the Redcliffe Sea Dolphin cadets. The Club currently has a membership of around 30, and caters for men and women of all ages. ROCC also caters for all members, whatever your interest, whether you chose to be a recreational or social paddler, or you wish to compete in the various Outrigger Canoe Racing regattas in the respective age divisions and different distance courses, held throughout South East Queensland and in and around Australia. Woody Point, Redcliffe Peninsula, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.redcliffeoutrigger.com/
    (Added: Thu Feb 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Rowing Queensland
    Rowing Queensland is the recognised state sporting organisation for the Olympic sport of Rowing in the Queensland. Rowing in Queensland has a proud history dating back to the 1800's and is the peak body for the administration of rowing activities in Queensland. It conducts, encourages, promotes, advances, controls and administers rowing activities throughout the State. South Brisbane, QLD Australia
    http://www.rowingqld.asn.au/
    (Added: Mon Feb 19 2018) - Report this link as bad!
  • Salty Dog Sea Kayaking Whitsundays
    Contact us for a sea kayaking adventure that will be an unforgettable part of your holiday memories. Sea kayak the Whitsundays and become part of nature. We have a trip to suit everyone. Join us on a Half Day, Full Day or 6 Day Tour. Airlie Beach, QLD, Australia
    http://www.saltydog.com.au/
    (Added: Fri Mar 20 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Sandgate Canoe Club
    If the idea of fun, fitness, friendship and "getting out on the water" appeals to you, then Sandgate Canoe Club is a great place to start. For more than 20 years our friendly local club has welcomed people of all ages and abilities to join in and become as hooked as we are on the very rewarding sport of paddling. There are many different ways to have fun with a paddle in your hand, and our club celebrates them all! Whatever your interest, you'll find friends who share your enthusiasm for gentle recreational creek paddles, adventurous sea kayaking expeditions, or competition training, coaching and racing. Sandgate, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
    http://sandgate.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Springfield Centenary Canoe Club
    The Springfield Centenary Club provides a range of kayaking activities to promote fitness through fun, for family sport and for parents and children. Based on the South West edge of Brisbane, the club is involved in a variety of kayaking and canoeing activities. Springfield Lakes, QLD Australia
    http://sccc.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Sunshine Coast Paddlesports Club
    The SCPC was formed in 1983 as the Sunshine Coast Canoe Club to enable Sunshine Coast kayakers to compete internationally including at the Olympic Games. Flat-water kayaking, both sprint and marathon remains the core function of the SCPC. Since 2011 the club has welcomed paddlers in Dragon Boats, Outrigger canoes, Stand-UP-Paddle Boards and Plastic Sit-On-Tops. Come-and Try days are conducted regularly. The club holds the Maroochy River Paddle (with the Marcoola SLSC) annually. Maroochydore, QLD, Australia
    http://sunshinecoastpaddlesportsclub.com.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Tinaroo Canoe Club
    On the Beautiful Atherton Tablelands. Tinaroo Canoe Club trains on the Barron River in Mareeba. Racing kayaks (K1’s), skis, plastic SOTs, canoes and boards are the common boats on the water. Training is usually on flat water and when water height is suitable we head upstream or plan downriver trips on weekends. Trailing rudders are advised due to logs and rocks under the surface. Beginners and advanced are welcome to join in. Tolga, Queensland, Australia
    http://tinaroo.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • University of Queensland Canoe Club
    Welcome to an exciting and vibrant club. The University of Queensland Canoe Club is an entirely volunteer run club that supports sea kayaking, canoe polo, white water, flatwater, and trips. It provides kayaks and safety equipment for both beginners and experienced members to use. You don't need to be a student to join, and as a member of the club you can participate in massively discounted trips including local river paddles such as the Noosa and upper Brisbane rivers, weekends in Moreton Bay, or white water kayaking! Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.uqcanoeclub.net/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Varsity Lakes Paddlers Club
    Formerly Nerang River Canoe Club, VLPC moved to the Varsity Lakes Boat Shed in October 2011 and changed its name to reflect the support of the local community. In keeping with tradition, however the club maintained the club colours of red, white and black and the new logo reflects this combination of the old and the new. The club exists for the varied interests in canoe, kayak and other forms of paddling from recreation to elite. Varsity Lakes, QLD Australia
    http://varsitylakespaddlers.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • West End Canoe Club
    Saturday is our biggest day for both recreational and racing paddlers. Paddlers meet at the South Brisbane Sailing Club for an early morning paddle followed by a social get together over breakfast. On Tuesdays and Thursdays smaller groups go padding for fitness and recreation, and also those training to race. The Club provides access to club kayaks and storage space for members. Hot showers and changing facilities are also available. West End, QLD Australia
    http://westend.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Whitsunday Sailing Outrigger Canoe Tours
    Our uniquely Hawaiian style eco tours introduce guests to the beauty of the Whitsundays, Airlie Beach, aboard the Hawaiian sailing outrigger canoe, 'Ohana. Your adventure starts at Lagoon Beach in Airlie Beach where you will learn first hand the traditions of outrigger canoe sailing, meet the local marine life, learn how to paddle or simply relax and let the world pass by. We only take up to 4 persons on each tour so you are guaranteed a personalised adventure. Airlie Beach, Whitundays, QLD Australia
    http://www.whitsundaysailingoutrigger.com/
    (Added: Fri Mar 20 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Whitsunday Stand Up Paddle and Kayak
    With our pristine waterways we operate out of two beautiful locations in the Whitsundays - Shingley Beach right next to the picturesque Abell point marina and Lagoon Beach right in the heart of Airlie Beach. We offer Lessons, Hire and Sales of both SUP & Kayak. Airlie Beach, Queensland, Australia
    http://www.whitsundaystanduppaddle.com.au/
    (Added: Fri Mar 20 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Wynnum Redlands Canoe Club
    Home of the Tingalpa Trot annual canoe race, the Wynnum Redlands Canoe Club is situated at 2 Railway Pde, Crn The Esplanade, Thorneside, on a beautiful stretch of sheltered waterway. Check the calendar for introductory paddling days and club trips. Wynnum, QLD Australia
    http://wynnumredlands.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
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