Program listing

Program listing

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31 Mar, Sat 1:00PM Eco Paddle on Narrabeen Lagoon
Sydney Branch
Tony C.
Paddle | A canoe or kayak tripThis paddle will visit the Western Basin, Deep and Middle Creeks. Deep Creek attracts migratory birds from as far away as Russia and Middle Creek has been the subject of a substantial remediation programme. A relaxing 2 to 3 hour paddle from 1pm. To register email or call. No previous kayaking experience required, tuition given. BYO boat or hire kayak can be arranged. PFD required. View

4-12 Apr, Wed-Thu Canberra in the autumn
Milton Branch
Peter W.
Paddle | A canoe or kayak tripCycle | A cycling tripCamp | An activity that involves an overnight stay, usually in a tent.Social | A trip where people will be encouraged to interact and chat with each other.(Fully Booked) A beautiful time of year to explore Canberra. Based at the Alivio Tourist Park. You can caravan, cabin or camp. Come for the paddle, cycle or both. Flexible days where you can opt to do your own thing. Some of the planned activities are Paddling Burley Griffin, 2 cycling days around the lake visiting galleries & exhibits etc, Canberra Zoo, Botanical Gardens & Arboretum and a 40/60 km ride to Belconnen and Gungahlin. Virtually all the cycling shall be on bike trails. Weather will determine the day/days we paddle. PFDs compulsory. Limit: 18. View

21 Apr, Sat 9:30AM Woronora River
Grade:2/6 Length 12km Illawarra Branch
Caryll S.
Paddle | A canoe or kayak tripSwim | A trip that involves swimmingPaddle from Prince Edward Park up a side creek and then the Woronora River to the Needles. Optional swim in a magnificent fresh water swimming hole. Short walk. Return. Paddle mostly with the tide. Wind, under water rocks. PFD compulsory. View

2-4 May, Wed-Fri Shoalhaven
Grade:3/6 Length 16km Illawarra Branch
Col M.
Camp | An activity that involves an overnight stay, usually in a tent.Paddle | A canoe or kayak trip2 days paddling. Thursday - paddle Sussex Inlet and cross a short section of St Georges Basin (weather conditions permitting), back via canals and the entrance. Friday - paddle down Wandandian Creek from Bewong to St Georges Basin, cross a short section of open water (weather permitting) and follow an estuary to Tullawalla Lagoon. Return via direct route. Come for 1 or both days. Cabins and powered sites available at Holiday Haven Tourist Park, Swan Lake if required on Wednesday (2nd) and Thursday (3rd) nights. Will not go onto open water in unfavourable wind conditions. PFDs and Splash decks compulsory. Must have own kayak and transport.
Location: Sussex Inlet , Wandandian Creek Limit: 12. View

12 May, Sat Watsons Bay Breakfast Paddle
Grade:5/6 Length 15km Sydney Branch
Rob & Jayne G.
Paddle | A canoe or kayak tripKayak, Grade 5 (weather dependant), early start. Bring drinking water and breakfast. Kayak Port Jackson and Watsons Bay. Sea kayaks essential (contact leader to discuss suitable kayak and experience), start and finish at the beach near Robertson Park, Military Road, Watsons Bay. Paddle past Camp Cove, Bottle Glass Point, Shark Bay, Steele Point, Shark Island, Rose Bay then back to Watsons Bay. Conditions: Open water, tidal, some heavy traffic. PFDs compulsory. View

8-16 Aug, Wed-Thu Foster
Milton Branch
Peter W.
Cycle | A cycling tripPaddle | A canoe or kayak tripCamp | An activity that involves an overnight stay, usually in a tent.First time friendly | A trip that is perfect for most new members (assuming you have a reasonable level of fitness)(Fully Booked) Four day paddles and 3 days cycling based at a caravan park so you can caravan, cabin or camp. Two day paddles around the lake and its creek systems, upper Myall Lakes at Neranie and Smith Lake. 3 days bike riding around Foster and forestry tracks. Participants can chose to simply cycle or paddle however the weather may determine activities  each day. Priority will be given to those wishing to both cycle and paddle. Paddlers must be competent and equipped for open water paddling. PFDs compulsory. If we ride some forestry trails those rides will be more suited to hybrid or mountain bikes. Limit: 18. View

21-27 Sep, Fri-Thu Mid North Coast Paddle Week
Milton Branch
Helen M.
Paddle | A canoe or kayak tripCamp | An activity that involves an overnight stay, usually in a tent.(Updated Details) Day paddles on lakes and rivers in the Forster area. Led by local paddler John Thorn; organised by Helen Moody. Joint activity with Illawarra Ramblers. Based at camp site. Day paddles 21/9 to 27/9, plus rest day. Travel days 20/9 & 28/9. These paddling events are very popular and book out quickly. Expressions of interest to Helen by email. M​ake own accommodation arrangements. ​Camp site will require a non-refundable deposit of one night’s accommodation. ​Experienced paddlers with sit in kayaks only. Spray skirts compulsory on open water at leader’s discretion. PFDs compulsory. Limit: 25. View

8-19 Nov, Thu-Mon Edwards River
Length 200km Milton Branch
Peter W.
Paddle | A canoe or kayak tripCamp | An activity that involves an overnight stay, usually in a tent.Slow pace | A trip where the leader will set an easy pace.(Fully Booked) Paddling the full length of the Edwards River. The Edwards is an annabranch of the Murray starting at Picnic Point and rejoining the Murray 60km down stream of Swan Hill. Camping out of the kayaks/canoes. The pace is easy but paddlers need to be able to pack and camp out of their kayaks for up to 5 days and there will be number of weirs to portage. Snags in the river and weirs to portage. PFDs compulsory.
Location: Murray Valley NP Limit: 12. View

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