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Home Base: Avoca Beach, NSW, Australia

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Paddle Mvmt.

To collaborate & engage. Made by a couple of paddlers, for paddlers. Be part of the movement.

Coaching & Training Camps

Here we will post about up and coming training camps, coaching opportunites and lessons.

What's happening

Keep up to date with whats happening in the sport nationally and internationally.

River talk...

Lets talk about rivers. Share your river trips and travels with us and we'll share ours.

Up & coming events

Keep up to date with up & coming events. Here we will also post athlete results and live links.
New Posts
  • paddledogsaustralia
    Aug 6, 2018

    Paddle Dogs Australia are proud to be supporting this years Australian Whitewater GP, which will be held at the following locations; The North Esk River in Tasmania, The Lea River in Tasmania and The Snowy River in NSW. These events are now collectively grouped together to form what is now known as the Australian Whitewater GP which highlights the exciting collaboration of boaters around Australia. The entries and dates to each of the races can be found by clicking the following links: - The North Esk - 15th - 16th/09/201 - Entry and payment accepted on the day (price TBC) - The Lea - 22/09/2018 - Enter via this link - early bird prices applicable before the 11th August - - The Snowy - 30/09/2018 - Entry via this link -
  • paddledogsaustralia
    May 16, 2018

    The Prijon Cocaine creeker has been officially launched today! And it's name is nothing short of controversial. As the name suggests, "after one paddle you will be addicted". This is a super speedy race creeker, with a length of 275 cm and flat hull offering excellent agility. For more information click here .
  • Paddle Dogs Au
    Apr 5, 2018

    Australian Canoeing are organising a training camp which will be a great opportunity for people to come together on Sydney's olympic whitewater course. This is an exclusive occasion given that Wildwater boats don't usually have the regular access that slalom and rec boats do. From 6:30-8:30am on Saturday will be the first training slot which will cater for people of all abilities. There will be smaller allocations within this time to go between experienced Wildwater paddlers for training and first timers to try it out. Following the morning training on Saturday there will be a few other activites that will include a technique coaching session by Robert and Alex McIntyre on the lake, a presentation and chat with Robert and a dinner. There will be a race on Sunday morning for those that are keen to hang around and test themselves in a race scenario. This has come at a great time of year in the lead up to Wildwater World Championships and Cup events which will be held in Europe in May and June this year. To express your interest in coming along to the training camp, contact us at or call Robert on 0410 581 397. We look forward to seeing you all there!