Canoeing and Kayaking Clubs in Queensland

Clubs Listed : 26

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Brisbane Canoeing Inc. —- Visited: 261 Times


    Listing id: 13604

    Club meetings are held after the Hare and Hound handicap on the first Saturday of each month usually starting at about 8:30. Meetings are held in the football club house adjacent our shed.

  • Broken Paddle Canoe Club —- Visited: 127 Times


    Listing id: 13605

    Canoe Polo Monday evenings at Boonah Council Pool during the summer period: January- April, October- December .Recreation off season weekends- Currumbin Beach, other North/South Coast beaches. Special programs conducted for different user groups for short summer periods

  • Centenary Canoeing and Kayaking Club —- Visited: 236 Times


    Listing id: 13606

    The Centenary Club provides a range of kayaking activities to promote fitness through fun, for family sport and for parents and children. Based on the South West edge of Brisbane, the club is involved in a variety of kayaking and canoeing activities.

  • Currumbin Creek Canoe Club —- Visited: 303 Times


    Listing id: 13607

    Currumbin Creek Canoe Club is located at Winders Park, Currumbin, QLD .
    Website 5570 273…

  • Fitzroy Canoe Club —- Visited: 80 Times


    Listing id: 13608

    The formation of the Club was primarily to consolidate a very keen group of recreational paddlers together.

  • Fraser Coast Canoe & Kayak Club —- Visited: 311 Times


    Listing id: 13609

    We are mainly a Recreational Club that to experience the many and varied locations around the Maryborough, Hervey Bay and Wide Bay region. Camping and paddling weekends are another way to take advantage of our wonderful region.

  • Gold Coast Kayak & Canoe —- Visited: 387 Times

    Gold Coast

    Listing id: 13610

    Training Monday to Saturday- 5.30am Summer 5.45am Winter

  • Golden Age Kayak Club —- Visited: 99 Times

    Deception Bay

    Listing id: 47590

    The club is mainly aimed at over 55’s, but open to all comers. The club is based at 8 Surrey Court, Deception Bay, QLD.

  • Greater Logan Canoe Club —- Visited: 215 Times


    Listing id: 13611

    GLCC welcomes all current and future paddlers to come along and enjoy the fun and exercise that canoeing offers. In a friendly way we encourage all to enjoy the Logan river .

  • Indooroopilly Canoe Club —- Visited: 168 Times


    Listing id: 13612

    The Indooroopilly Canoe Club caters for a variety of paddlers. Over a number of years we have produced a large number of Australian Repsentatives.

  • Ipswich District Canoe Club —- Visited: 143 Times


    Listing id: 13613

    Club Meetings : 1st wednesday each month Blackstone United Welsh Church. Thomas st.Blackstone. 7.30pm.

  • Karana District Kayak & Canoe Club —- Visited: 133 Times

    Karana Downs

    Listing id: 13614

    Recreation various paddles arranged during year Marathon Flatwater Education – coaching 2nd Sat of month Race – Hare and Hounds 1st sat of month Karana Challenge Marathon Race – annually.

  • Kawana Waters Canoe Club —- Visited: 165 Times


    Listing id: 13615

    Training – 5.30 – 7.00am Thursday for experienced paddlers at Lake Kawana – Meet at the finish tower

  • Mackay Canoe Club —- Visited: 126 Times


    Listing id: 13616

    The Mackay Canoe Club was formed on the 3rd July, 1975 and catered mainly for recreational paddlers who participated in down river and white water excursions when river flows allowed. Recreation is now not just the only activity the club offers it’s paddlers. Competitive sprint and marathon racing is a main focus behind many of the canoe clubs members.

  • Nerang River Canoe Club —- Visited: 319 Times


    Listing id: 13617

    Nerang River Canoe Club was formed in 1989, and is affiliated with Queensland & Australian Canoeing Associations. We have just moved to the beautiful Emerald Lakes development at Carrara, we paddle from a sandy beach in enclosed waters.

  • Newport Waters Canoe Club Inc. —- Visited: 137 Times

    Kippa Ring

    Listing id: 13618

    Club Training is held at Talobilla Park, Kippa Ring UBD Map 81 Ref J19 commencing at 8:00am on a weekend and 4:00pm on a Tuesday and Thursday. Social Paddlers meet at 8am Sunday, bring change for coffee afterwards.

  • North West Canoe Club —- Visited: 70 Times

    Mt Isa

    Listing id: 13619

    The NWCC is arguably one of the most successful canoe clubs in Australia, being financially sound and with membership usually around the 60 mark. However it is not finances or numbers, but competition that makes this a top club, with members regularly competing in (and winning) State and National championships.

  • NQ Kayakers —- Visited: 80 Times

    Belgian Gardens

    Listing id: 13620

    We are a young paddle club that started affiliation with Australian Canoeing in 2008 . NQ Kayaker�s main objective is to have fun while learning safely, and messing about in boats is a great way to gain confidence no matter what kayak disciplines you engage in.

  • Queensland Canoeing —- Visited: 122 Times


    Listing id: 13393

    The Association represents the interests of canoeists to all tiers of government, the public and Australian Canoeing Inc. and is committed to the provision of the highest standard of competition, safety, coaching, and the opportunity for participation at all levels.

  • Queensland Sea Kayak Club Inc —- Visited: 192 Times

    Blacken Ridge

    Listing id: 13621

    The QSKC is a recreational sea kayaking club. The focus of the QSKC is to provide training, education and organized recreational sea kayaking trips/events for it’s members. The QSKC endorses minimal impact practices on all Club trips/events.

  • Sandgate Canoe Club Inc. —- Visited: 231 Times


    Listing id: 13622

    Sandgate Canoe Club members have three main interests. We have: * Racers who focus on fitness and competition * Flat water paddlers who meander down local creeks, enjoying the wildlife. * Sea kayakers who hone their skills for trips out into the bay, islands and further afield.

  • Sunshine Coast Kayak Club —- Visited: 290 Times


    Listing id: 13623

    Whilst there is a core of members of both sexes and age ranging from 14 to 65 who train hard and compete at National level there is also a strong group of recreational and beginner paddlers who just paddle and enjoy the beautiful Maroochy River.

  • Tinaroo Canoe Club —- Visited: 58 Times


    Listing id: 13624

    Canoe Polo is played at the Atherton local pool on Thursday nights in the warmer months. We begin our sessions at 7.00 pm and usually finish at 8.30 pm.

  • Townsville Canoe Club —- Visited: 65 Times


    Listing id: 13625

    Begginers must be able to swim competantly. Safety rules apply. Trial Canoeist are usually asked to attend their first session at 4pm on Saturday, at club house near Nathan Bridge.

  • West End Canoe Club —- Visited: 170 Times

    West End

    Listing id: 13626

    The Club provides access to kayaks and storage space for members. Hot showers and changing facilities are also available.

  • Wynnum Redlands Canoe Club —- Visited: 226 Times


    Listing id: 13627

    Tingalpa Trot Canoe Race – February or March annually Away paddles and Camps organised by club members.