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Tough is Not Enough

 How a journey through three continents with a kayak changed a climate warrior Tough is Not Enough is an important and captivating book that covers Steve Posselt’s journey from Canberra to Sydney, New Orleans to New York, Portishead to Paris for COP 21, and then Ballina to Canberra, a trip spanning three continents over twelve […]

There’s something about the Mary

Gympie Canoe & Kayak Water Trail - Feature Photo WORDS: Fiona Willett The Wide Bay region is synonymous with its mightiest natural asset: the Mary River. In the Gympie region, the Mary meanders through Gympie’s outer lying hinterland area, the Mary Valley, and continues on through Tiaro in the Fraser Coast region. Gympie’s little piece of the river is perfect for paddlers looking for fresh […]

Campfire tales – Gundagai

Campfire Gundagai Feature Photo WORDS: Scott Rawstorne from Global Paddler. There is nothing like a crackling campfire at the end of a big day on the water to bring out ripping yarns from past adventures. Most of those stories have never made into Global Paddler guides so they have only been heard by a select few. Until now… A day of […]

Advance copies have arrived!

The Paddler's Guide to South Australia Feature We are excited to announce that advance copies of the 1st edition of The Paddler’s Guide to South Australia have arrived! Thank you so much to everyone who has pre-ordered a copy of our new book. It looks great. We are really looking forward to receiving and mailing out the full shipment in mid-November. If […]

Canoe the Coorong

Canoe the Coorong Feature Photo courtesy of Canoe the Coorong The paddling community is overflowing with likeable characters but some people still manage to stand out from the crowd. Brenton Carle at Canoe the Coorong is one of those people. His love of nature is second to none, he is a great conversationalist, and he is quite simply an all round good bloke. Brenton’s brilliant company mixed with one of […]