Access Deck Bag – Product Review

Access Deck Bag Feature Photo WORDS: Scott Rawstorne from Global Paddler. The Sea to Summit Access Deck Bag is for any “sit inside kayak” paddler who has ever wished they could have better access to important items like¬†food, sunscreen, first aid kit, phone, GPS receiver, camera, spare batteries or maps when they are on the water. Some sit inside kayaks […]

Hawkesbury Canoe Classic 2016

HCC 2016 Feature Photo The Hawkesbury Canoe Classic is an annual 111 kilometre overnight paddle down the Hawkesbury River from Windsor to Brooklyn which raises much needed funds for the Arrow Bone Marrow Transplant Foundation. The 40th edition of this iconic event will take place on the 29th of October, 2016. All types of craft are eligible to enter […]

XT Cart – Product Review

XT Cart Feature WORDS: Scott Rawstorne from Global Paddler. The XT Cart from Sea to Summit is the best sit inside kayak trolley that I have ever used. I haven’t tried it with canoes but there is no reason why it wouldn’t work equally as well with them. Stand up paddle boards (SUPs) can be transported with the […]

Globy returns to SA

Globy returns to SA Feature Photo The team at Global Paddler is currently hard at work on an exciting new range of paddle guides for South Australia. Three destinations have been published on the Global Paddler website, nineteen more have already been researched and are awaiting publication, and in March 2016, Scott Rawstorne from Global Paddler is heading back to the […]

Kayak for Kids 2016

Kayak for Kids Feature Photo Lifestart Kayak for Kids is an inspirational paddling challenge which takes place on Sydney Harbour every year to support children with a disability or developmental delay. Disabilities can range from the more widely known Down syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder to much rarer genetic disorders. Kayak for Kids enables Lifestart to build community awareness about […]