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Book Launch – The Paddler’s Guide to NSW

Book Launch - The Paddler's Guide to New South Wales The Paddler’s Guide to New South Wales by Scott Rawstorne will be officially launched at Jack Julius Park in Kingscliff on Sunday the 10th of February at 9am. The book contains detailed descriptions, photos and maps for 101 of the best paddling destinations in New South Wales, and also explains the equipment and preparation required for every […]

Kayaking in Stockholm

Stockholm Photo 3 by Martin Chambers Imagine an archipelago of over 800 islands spread along 150km of coastline. There are rocky shorelines, sandy beaches and sheltered landings with paths leading to scenic forest campsites.  The islands vary from small and uninhabited, some that are farmed, to larger ones with small towns where you can re-supply. The distance between […]

Canoeing in Mongolia

Mongolia Photo 1 by Martin Chambers What would be the manner of a man Who grew up in a house with no corners In a land with no fences Where the measure of the world is by hoofbeats Not horsepower Mongolia is a state of mind as much as it is a place. It is one of a […]

Shoalhaven Paddlers Weekend Gathering

Shoalhaven Paddlers 2012 Photo 1 20-21 October 2012: Burrill and Swan Lakes Shoalhaven Paddlers is an informal group of recreational paddlers that enjoy kayaking on the many beautiful waterways in the region. Following the success of this event last year, we have organised another weekend of paddling based at Burrill Lake.  Last year we had over 20 Sydney and local […]

Outback Paddler

Lake Dunn | Aramac Australia’s interior has a reputation for being dry. This has led many to believe that it is no place for kayaks. As someone who loves seeing the world from the water I refuse to accept that could be true, so I set off into the outback in search of more great places to paddle. My goal was to complete an eleven day exploration of […]