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Home: Categories: Watersports: Canoeing, Kayaking, Paddling, Rafting, Rowing: Worldwide: Australia: Tasmania
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  • Blackaby's Sea Kayaks and Tours
    Blackaby's sea kayaking tours range from sea kayaking on the Hobart waterfront with fish and chips or pizza, paddling around the historic ruins of Port Arthur, B & B sea kayaking tours on the Tasman Peninsula, and 7-day Gordon River Wilderness Expeditions. Enjoy the wonders of Tasmanian sea kayaking, safely, with our professional sea kayaking and interpretive guides, as well as great food and company! We also sell sea kayaking and paddling gear. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.blackabyseakayaks.com.au/
    (Added: Mon Dec 05 2005) - Report this link as bad!
  • Canoe Tasmania
    Canoe Tasmania aims to encourage safe enjoyment of all paddlecraft, including canoes, kayaks and ocean-skis amongst others. Clubs which are affiliated with Canoe Tasmania are also affiliated to Australian Canoeing Inc Australia's peak body for most paddle-sports. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
    http://tas.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Derwent Canoe Club
    The Derwent Canoe Club (DCC) was established in the 1970's and was incorporated in mid 90's. Membership is typically around 80. The club is affiliated to Canoe Tasmania, which is in turn affiliated with Australian Canoeing. The DCC serves all the southern areas of the state and is based in Hobart. The Derwent Canoe Club caters for Ocean Racing, River Touring, Slalom, Wildwater Racing, Canoe Polo, Flatwater Paddling, Freestyle (Rodeo) and Multi-Sport Racing. Canoe education is actively pursued in conjunction with Canoe Tasmania and many members are qualified instructors and coaches. Hobart, TAS Australia
    http://www.derwent.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Wed Jan 29 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Dragon Boat Tasmania
    Dragon Boat Tasmania (DBT) was established in 2007 and became a full member of the Australian Dragon Boat Federation in 2008. DBT is the state governing body for Dragon Boating in Tasmania and represents the interests of all Tasmanian Dragon Boat clubs with an aim to promote and grow the sport in the state. Lindisfarne, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
    http://dragonboatingtas.com.au/
    (Added: Sat Feb 08 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Next Level Kayaking
    Next Level Kayaking is a Tasmanian company run by paddlers for paddlers. NLK was founded on the firm belief that every single paddler has a next level. We help paddlers enjoy their sport, improve their technique and also supply high quality gear to help paddlers achieve their goals. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
    https://www.nextlevelkayaking.com.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Roaring 40s Kayaking
    Roaring 40s Kayaking offers premium sea kayaking eco-tours that range from two to seven days. Your adventure will take you into one of the world's last untouched wilderness regions in the beautiful World Heritage Southwest Area of Tasmania, Australia. You will camp in and around the stunning Bathurst Harbour at night and glide the pristine waters by day in one of our multi-day paddling expeditions. If you are looking for that once in a lifetime adventure experience... then this is it. Kettering, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.roaring40skayaking.com.au/
    (Added: Thu Feb 09 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Rowing Tasmania
    Rowing Tasmania is the recognised state sporting organisation for the Olympic sport of Rowing in Tasmania. Rowing Tasmania, founded on 12th October 1912, is a non-profit sporting organisation representing member rowing clubs and affiliated school rowing programs in Tasmania. Rowing Tasmania is one of the seven affiliate State associations of Rowing Australia, the National peak body. Rowing Australia is in turn, a member of the Federation Internationale des Societes d'Aviron (FISA), the international governing body for the sport of Rowing. Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.rowingtasmania.com.au/
    (Added: Mon Feb 19 2018) - Report this link as bad!
  • Tamar Canoe Club
    The Tamar Canoe Club (TCC) was established in the 1970s and was incorporated in mid 90s. Membership is typically around 50. The club members are a relaxed group with one thing in common, the love of paddling. River Trips, Sea Kayaking, Freestyle, Slalom, Wild-water and Multi-Sport Racing are the core pursuits of the club. The primary goal of the club is to get people into boats and having fun. The club is affiliated to Canoe Tasmania, which is in turn affiliated with Australian Canoeing. The TCC serves mainly the north of the state and is based in Launceston. Canoe education is actively pursued in conjunction with the Tasmanian Board of Canoe Education (TBCE) and some members are qualified instructors. Launceston. Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.tamar.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Wed Jan 29 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Tamar Canoe Club
    Club Activities: White water kayaking, Sea Kayaking, Canoe Polo, Multi Sport, Training, Flat Water Racing, Competition. Tasmania located 40 degrees South and down under, "down under", is Australia's island state and a little known paddler's paradise. From ripping it up at the local play spots to multi-day trips though the World Heritage Area, Tamar Canoe Club always have, and do, maintain a focus on paddling the amazing water that the state has to offer. The club is affiliated to Canoe Tasmania, which is in turn affiliated with Australian Canoeing. The TCC serves mainly the north of the state and is based in Launceston. Canoe education is actively pursued. Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
    http://tamar.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Tasmanian Canoe Club
    Tasmanian Canoe Club conducts trips on all types of water, for beginners to expert paddlers. The first competition of the club was held in October 1971, a race from Paloona Dam to Turners Beach on the Forth River. This became an annual event and a slightly shorter race is still held every year. In 1977 the Tasmanian Canoe Club along with four other registered clubs formed the Tasmanian Canoe Association.
    http://www.tcc.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Wed Jan 29 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Tasmanian Sea Canoeing Club
    The Tasmanian Sea Canoeing Club Inc. was formed in the 1970's and at the time was in the forefront of developing equipment and techniques of a fledging sport. Many decades have passed since then resulting in a club with a rich heritage. Members have paddled extensively around Tasmania and in many places around the world, and new members are welcomed into a club where members help each other with kayaking skills, gear, safety considerations and trip planning. The Tasmanian Sea Canoeing Club is run entirely by volunteers and its success relies on active input from the membership. We run a range of club trips throughout the year for all levels of ability and training activities to help members improve their proficiency. Tasmania offers wonderful waterways and paddling opportunities ranging from short, relaxing trips to remote area expeditions. We get together bi-monthly for general meetings with entertaining and informative presentations and usually have our Annual General Meeting over a weekend of activities. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
    https://www.tscc.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
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