- Waterways Guide
Bonville Creek Kayak Club is the formal incorporated body, which commenced life as the Bonville Bashers way back in the mid 1980s.
Coffs Harbour, NSW 2450
The Burley Griffin Canoe Club (BGCC) is dedicated to promoting the sport of canoeing and kayaking at all levels and all ages in the Canberra, Australia region. It currently has approximately 140 members and is active in most disciplines of canoeing. Burley Griffin Canoe Club aims to develop opportunities and encourage participation in all aspects of competition and recreational canoeing in the ACT.
Morshead Drive Molonglo ReachCAMPBELL, ACT
Secretary: May Tutt
President: Neil Cameron
Email: bbslschotmail [dot] com
Bay StreetByron Bay, NSW
Central Coast Canoe Club is located on the NSW Central Coast at Wyong, on the picturesque Wyong River
Central Coast Canoe Club has many events including:
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.
Grays point, NSW
Everyone can get fit, have fun and learn new skills!
The Dubbo Canoe Club is unique in that it offers a sport which can be enjoyed by the whole family. There are no upper and lower age limits so you can bring along your kids...or of course your parents and grand parents. We cater for all fitness levels since everyone can participate at a level where they feel comfortable.
Located at the Woollahra Sailing Club, and paddling out of Rose Bay, Sydney - ESOCCI enjoys training in the waters off well known Sydney landmarks. Sydney Opera House, Fort Denison, Harbour Bridge, Luna Park, Kirribilli, and The Royal Botanical Gardens is in one direction. Head out in the other direction and they enjoy access to open ocean and w
Vickery AvenueRose Bay, NSW 2029
Our main activity is flat water paddling in the Wilsons River in Lismore. We also organise recreational touring paddles on local rivers and hold the "Paddle for Life", which is a Lismore to Ballina fun, charity event held every April. We have fast, competitive paddlers, who do well in the Northern Marathon Series, and also those who enjoy a more leisurely pace.