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QC IS SEEKING AN INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR

Queensland Canoeing is seeking expressions of interest for an Independent Director with hands-on skills, knowledge and expertise in sponsorship and commercialisation. Individuals applying for position do not need any affiliation to paddling; but rather need a genuine interest and desire to contribute...

Sep 25, 2017

QC IS SEEKING AN EVENTS AND MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR

The Events & Membership Coordinator is responsible for key roles within the planning, promotion, implementation and evaluation of events, membership and communication initiatives. You will be required to work with a small team of staff, technical committees, Paddlesports representatives, members,...

Sep 25, 2017

‘ATHLETE TOUGH’ Development Workshop

The ‘Developing Your Team to be ATHLETE TOUGH’ Development Workshop Mental toughness is not a mythical quality possessed by only a few. It is a teachable skill and there are proven strategies to develop your athletes to be ATHLETE TOUGH. This workshop provides the most comprehensive ‘how to’...

Sep 24, 2017

2017 School Sprints Registration Open

Registration is now open for our QLD 2017 School Sprint Championships. The Championships will be held on Sunday 22 October 2017 at Lake Coomera, Watersports Lane, Oxenford. Competitors are required to read the information booklet before the Championships here. Registration is here. For any queries, please...

Sep 22, 2017

Paddle Oz Kids – 2 Places Remaining

Are you looking for something fun, healthy, and active for your kids to do these school holidays? We have 2 places remaining. Queensland Canoeing are offering the Paddle Oz Kids program designed for young paddlers of all levels. Paddlers will learn basic skills and paddle techniques, water safety, play...

Sep 22, 2017

Paddlers now allowed to use Personal Locator Beacons

A POPULAR safety accessory for bushwalkers and outback travellers – Personal Locator Beacons – will now be allowed for paddlers. Acting Main Roads and Ports Minister Steven Miles said advances in search and rescue technology meant operators of smaller craft could use personal locator beacons without...

Sep 20, 2017

Currumbin Capers Wrap Up

The Currumbin Capers, the last race in the Northern Marathon Series Race was run last weekend. Currumbin Creek Paddlers Club post race report is below: Thanks to everyone who took part in today’s Currumbin Capers marathon. It’s was a pity about the timing of the the low tide as it was a bit of a […]

Sep 19, 2017

2017 Canoe Marathon State Championships – Registration Open

This year our State Championships gives you a one-off opportunity to compete at Lake Samsonvale. Our Championships are offered over one day on Saturday 7 October. We have shortened distances in order to make sure you can still race singles and doubles. Registration is open now here. It is competitors...

Sep 15, 2017

No Recreation Activities for Leslie Harrison Dam

In a recent information session SEQ Water revealed information on the planned upgrade of Leslie Harrison Dam It was a very informative presentation about the costs of the upgrade and explaining that though the gates will not be put back on all engineering facts and the science behind their work shows...

Sep 12, 2017

Race Wrap Up – Maroochy Paddle

This year’s Maroochy River Paddle was held 3 September 2017. Despite the event being on Father’s Day a good turnout of over 200 paddlers took on the course. The weather for the day was ideal and the first start (recreational) was underway on time at 9.30am enjoying the best of the conditions. The main...

Sep 12, 2017


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