A long weekend (Labour day) at Amity and Dunwich on North Stradbroke island.
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Kayaking Pumicestone passage from Bribie Bridge, camping at Mission Point, and finishing at Coochin Creek. A grade one paddle suitable for beginner sea kayakers who meet basic requirements.
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Queensland Canoeing is holding the Fifth National Sea kayak symposium at Noosa over the weekend (starts Friday evening 27th). Register by 19th Oct (low fee by 30 Sept).
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Leadership/Qualification training by a certified sea kayak instructor. Part of a Queensland Government training grant.
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Queensland Canoeing is running an orienteering competition on Moreton Bay. Enter teams and test your sea kayak skills. Enter by 5th April.
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An overnight camping sea kayak trip to South Stradbroke Meander on the weekend of the 15th and 16th May
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Circumnavigate Green island in Moreton Bay
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Registrations are open for a three day sea kayak symposium hosted by Qld Canoeing in November 21-23 on the Gold Coast. Register now as places are limited.
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Green Island is surrounded by banks and at high tide turtles and other sea life is
common. It’s a pleasant trip and will probably take about 4-5 hours including breaks.
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The Adventure: we will circumnavigate Bribie Island over three days. The direction and starting point will be announced closer to the date because they are highly dependent on wind, swell and tides.
Duration: Three days
Time: packing boats Friday evening, leaving early Saturday morning.
Date: Queens Birthday long weekend, the 7th to the 9th of June 2008.
The Paddle: you need to be comfortable paddling two 30km days and one 20km day, potentially into some current and wind. We will also be crossing the bar at Caloundra so you need to be either comfortable in surf OR happy to get wet. We will get you through if you are keen enough!
Cost: camping, EPA rates, about $4 a night.
Issues: there are other trips on that weekend (see the website) so we will be a little tight on boats. The quicker you reply, the more likely you will be able to come along.
If you have any questions or comments please email Marj . If you are interested in coming, email Marj with the following details:
- Name, email, phone number
- Paddling experience if I don’t know you (keep it brief)
- What club gear you will need
- An emergency contact (not someone on the trip please)
- Any medical conditions you have (and medications you carry)