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Would you like to have a paddle?

By Alistair Gray


How would you like to experience the joy of paddling, to make new friendships, get a bit of exercise and enjoy some fresh air? Be part of a unique social group and enjoy paddling on the Pumicestone Passage. Be met by friendly dolphins, see the odd turtle and be amazed at seeing the occasional dugong. Enjoy the sunshine and the magnificent vistas of the Glass House Mountains as you paddle away. It is all fun and you can be part of the action. If you are a bit uncertain, come and try it out and experience the joys of paddling for yourself.


The Bombora Outrigger Club is holding a ‘Come and Try’ day on Sunday October 8, 2023 from 9am–12 noon and you are invited. Pack up the family and come down to Kal Ma Kuta Drive, Sandstone Point, for a great experience you won’t forget. Everyone is invited. Come along and leave feeling invigorated.


The club has been operating for eight years with great support from the local community, the City of Moreton Bay council, Busy Fingers, the community nursery and the Bribie RSL. They are now looking to grow their membership. Bombora runs seven weekly paddling sessions, starting with the early birds or afternoon paddles, depending on numbers. The club is not competitive, though their paddling sessions are taken seriously. Whilst they paddle hard, they laugh a lot and have heaps of fun, finishing with a coffee and friendship at the end of each paddle. You are encouraged to come along and try it out.


For further information or to register your interest in attending please contact the club secretary Christine Knowles on 0493 075 698, email bomboraoutriggers@gmail.com or visit their Facebook page Bombora Outriggers Canoe Club.



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