Dragon Boat Clubs in New South Wales

Clubs Listed : 44

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • ACCA Dragon Boat Racing Team —- Visited: 398 Times


    Listing id: 47514

    The ACCA Dragon Boat Team is based in Pyrmont, Sydney and caters for men and women of all ages. If you are keen on getting into the fastest growing water sport in the world, make some life long friends and become fitter.

  • Bei Loon Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 189 Times


    Listing id: 37796

    The Bei Loon Dragonboat Club is located at Rowland Reserve, Bayview with close to 160 members fielding teams in most categories (Premier, Masters and Breast Cancer Survivors). The club which was founded in late 2003 has come a long way and is striving to continue that tradition.

  • Camden Haven Dragon Boat Club Inc. —- Visited: 102 Times


    Listing id: 37710

    The club is open to people of all ages over 12 who want to try out or develop their skills in this, the fastest growing sport in Australia.

  • Canberra Griffins Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 53 Times


    Listing id: 37889

    The Griffins have been paddling Canberra’s Lake Burley Griffin since 1994. Since those early beginnings the team has travelled extensively competing at interstate and local regattas spreading the dragonboat word.

  • Central Coast Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 149 Times

    Central Coast

    Listing id: 37712

    Our club had its beginnings in late 2002 when a number of enthusiastic paddlers, most having been involved with Dragons Abreast, decided that it was time to start a dragon boat club on the Central Coast.

  • Chinese Youth League Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 101 Times


    Listing id: 37792

    CYL Dragon Boat is the most established Chinese Dragon Boat Racing club within Sydney, NSW, Australia, CYL Dragon Boat welcomes all ages, backgrounds, and fitness levels.

  • City Dragons – Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 216 Times


    Listing id: 37793

    City Dragons was formed in 2003 with only 20 members. Over the years the club has grown and so has its success. City Dragons won its first major title in 2006 with a 1st place in the Australian Dragon Boat Federation’s(AUSDBF) Premier Opens 500m title in 2006.

  • Clarence Coast Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 22 Times


    Listing id: 37714

    The club may be contacted thru PO Box 3162 North Strathfield, NSW 2137.

  • Coffs Coast Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 56 Times

    Mid North Coast

    Listing id: 37715

    Coffs Coast Dragon Boat Club (CCDBC) was formed in July 2007 and is a sporting and social club open to people of all ages and skill levels who are interested in the sport of Dragon Boat paddling. New paddlers are most welcome to join us.

  • Deepwater Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 83 Times

    Woy Woy

    Listing id: 48184

    Deepwater Dragon Boat Club launch its boats from 1st Sea Scouts, 2 North Burge Road, Woy Woy. We are fortunate to be able to paddle and train in one of the most beautiful locations on the Central Coast.
    Website 0414 974 …

  • Different Strokes Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 117 Times


    Listing id: 37789

    We are a Dragon Boat Club that caters for the gay and lesbian community. Our members consist of individuals who identify themselves as gay or lesbian, as well as friends or family. We promote equality and healthy competitive spirits while keeping the social aspect of the club friendly, involving and fun.

  • Dragon Sports Association Inc (DSA) —- Visited: 252 Times


    Listing id: 37797

    Dragon Sports Association (DSA) is a dragon boat racing club in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. We are located in Rhodes near Homebush and have our own site with onsite free parking. We have three dragon boats at Rhodes available for training and two six person outrigger canoes in Drummoyne.

  • Dragons Abreast Australia – Pyrmont —- Visited: 115 Times


    Listing id: 37790

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 133, Pyrmont NSW 2009.
    Website 1300 8895…

  • Dragons Abreast Australia -Illawarra —- Visited: 57 Times


    Listing id: 37743

    Illawarra Dragons Abreast was formed in 2002 by members of the Illawarra Breast Cancer Support Group, provide the opportunity for women who have had a diagnosis of breast cancer to participate in a fun sport where friendship, support and encouragement are readily available.

  • Eastern Suburbs Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 159 Times

    Rose Bay

    Listing id: 37799

    The Eastern Suburbs Dragon Boat Club (also known as Easts) was established in 2003 as there was no local dragon boating club taking advantage of the waters and views of Rose Bay, Sydney, Australia.

  • Flamin’ Dragons Port Macquarie —- Visited: 59 Times

    Port Macquarie

    Listing id: 37718

    Flamin’ Dragons Port Macquarie Incorporated is a club that caters for men and women of all ages, levels of fitness and degrees of competitiveness. We currently have 101 registered members ranging in age from 16 to 78 years of age.

  • Flash Dragons Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 17 Times


    Listing id: 37771

    The club may be email.

  • Great Lakes Pearl Dragons – Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 44 Times

    Great Lakes

    Listing id: 37722

    Great Lakes Pearl Dragons was formed in July 2009 with only 8 members, which consituted the steering committee. Over the following six months years the club has grown 54 members enabling it to compete in half a dozen regattas.

  • Illawarra Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 112 Times


    Listing id: 47038

    Illawarra Dragon Boat Club is a dragon boat club in the Illawarra, situated 100km south of Sydney, and includes Dragons Abreast Illawarra.

  • Lake Jindabyne Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 38 Times


    Listing id: 37756

    The club may be reached thru Jo Davis , Flowing Festival, 31 Townsend Street, Jindabyne NSW 2627 – Ph# 0407 926347 / 02 64561349 or email at info@flowingfestival.com.au.

  • Mackay Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 28 Times


    Listing id: 37870

    The Mackay Dragon Boat Club Inc was established in August 2007 and operates from the Mackay Yacht club at the magnificent Mackay Marina complex, aiming for this season is to establish a strong membership base.

  • Manning River Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 50 Times


    Listing id: 37728

    The Manning River Dragonboat Club was founded in 2008 after the inaugural meeting on 14th April, Aims to develop as a club through provision of a variety of exercise options to our diverse membership.

  • Mavericks Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 166 Times


    Listing id: 37786

    The Mavericks Dragon Boat Club 2014/2015 NSW ‘Club of the Year’ trains out of 5 Bank Street Pyrmont, near the Sydney Fish Market, under the Anzac Bridge. We welcome anyone who would like to learn to paddle or wants to restart their paddling passion. So if you’re looking for somewhere to belong, set goals you can strive for in a supportive, fun and friendly environment, then dragon boating with the Mavericks is for you.

    Get fit and meet a great group of people who are passionate about Dragon Boating – Be warned – social camaraderie and competition are addictive!

  • Narooma Blue Water Dragons —- Visited: 16 Times


    Listing id: 37758

    The club may be emailed.

  • Nature Coast Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 60 Times


    Listing id: 37759

    The club paddle on the Moruya River on Tuesday evenings from 5.30 pm and Saturday mornings from 8.30 am.

  • Newcastle Hunter Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 83 Times


    Listing id: 37730

    The Newcastle/Hunter Dragon Boat Club (NHDBC) was initially established in 2000 and currently has almost 80 members, club has evolved from a small number of dedicated people with a commitment and vision to dragon boating at a competitive level.

  • Northern Beaches Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 125 Times


    Listing id: 37802

    The Northern Beaches Dragon Boat Club (NBDBC) was formed in 1997 and has competed with great success in Mixed, Womens, Mens, Open and Masters races since this time.

  • Nowra Waterdragons Dragon Boat Paddling Club —- Visited: 63 Times


    Listing id: 37762

    Nowra Waterdragons was formed in November 2005, Nowra Waterdragons value teamwork, passion, achievement and friendship. Aims to continually improve through committed training, to grow our club and to support each other in friendship.

  • Outback Dragons Dubbo Inc —- Visited: 87 Times


    Listing id: 37773

    The clubs boat is housed near Sandy Beach and paddle on the straight stretch of the river between Sandy Beach and the Weir, welcome new paddlers to any training session, first paddle is free and after that you pay $10 per paddle which is deducted from the membership fee when you join.
    Website 0427 462 …

  • Pacific Dragons – Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 156 Times


    Listing id: 37783

    The Pacific Dragons was initially established as a dragon boat club in 1993 as an expansion of the Dragon Ladies who were part of the Australian Chinese Cultural Association. Initially a ladies club, it quickly expanded into a mixed paddling club, which became known as the Pacific Dragons.

  • Port Hacking Dragon Boat Club Inc. —- Visited: 153 Times

    Yowie Bay

    Listing id: 37806

    The Port Hacking Dragon Boat Club was the first Dragon Boat Club in the Sutherland Shire, the first in Sydney and the first in NSW, it trains on the beautiful Port Hacking River each week and competes in events around NSW and Australia.

  • Rainbow Dragons Abreast Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 59 Times

    Byron Bay

    Listing id: 37732

    Welcomes breast cancer survivors & their supporters. The club may be contacted thru Marian – phone / email.
    Website 02 6688 4…

  • Rainbow Region Dragon Boat Club Inc —- Visited: 47 Times

    Byron Bay

    Listing id: 48318

    Open to men & women of any age, fitness level or sporting ability.
    Website 0408 776 …

  • Redlands Sea Dragons —- Visited: 36 Times


    Listing id: 37821

    The club aim is to enjoy the sport of dragon boating, while encouraging and assisting our members to achieve their individual goals of fitness and competition, committed to participating in all Queensland Dragonboat Federation (QDBF) calendar activities.

  • Sandy Point Dragons – Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 136 Times

    Sandy Point

    Listing id: 37808

    Sandy Point is a friendly club dedicated to Fostering the sport of dragon boating in the adjacent communities in the Liverpool, Bankstown and Sutherland Shire areas, Catering for all ages, and all levels of skill, Growing as a club in an atmosphere of friendship and camaraderie.

  • Sapphire Water Dragons —- Visited: 47 Times


    Listing id: 37764

    The goals of Sapphire Water Dragons is to provide the opportunity for the community to enjoy Dragon Boat Racing in a spirit of good companionship, enthusiasm and involvement within a supportive club environment.

  • Sloths Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 133 Times


    Listing id: 37781

    The Sloths Social and Sporting Club was founded in 1989 by four Sydney University students. The Sloths formed their first Dragon boat team in 2001 and have since become one of the largest and most successful Dragon boat clubs in Australia.

  • Sydney Dragon Blades Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 137 Times


    Listing id: 37779

    The Sydney Dragon Blades were formed in 1992, as the University of Technology, Sydney Dragon Boat Club, The club has maintained a tradition of translating hard work into good results, with a long history of triumphs – 7 tropies in the current season.

  • Sydney Tsunami Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 168 Times


    Listing id: 37778

    The club was formed in October 1992 by three Barclay’s staff members, who had previously paddled with another Sydney dragon boat club. After a shaky start to our first season the club was able to record a 4th place in the corporate championship of the Sydney Dragon Boat Festival at Darling Harbour.

  • Vietnamese Australian Dragon Boating —- Visited: 18 Times


    Listing id: 37775

    The club may be emailed.

  • Zen Dragon Boat Club —- Visited: 54 Times


    Listing id: 37767

    On Monday, 21 November 2020, a group of 22 interested paddlers met to discuss the possibility of forming a new social/sporting Club on the Far South Coast. The result is that Zen Dragon Boat Club [Zen DBC] was born.