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Let’s go fishing

Global Paddler Fishing Photo 1 In Australia, anyone who goes channel surfing on a weekend afternoon is sure to find an hour or two of television programming dedicated entirely to fishing. There’s a good reason for that. It is one of the most popular pastimes in the country. In 2003, The National Recreational and Indigenous Fishing Survey reported that “An […]

Humans Who Paddle

Humans Who Paddle Feature Every paddler has a story to tell and we want to hear them all… one paddler at a time. Scott Rawstorne from Global Paddler has created the Humans Who Paddle Facebook page so he can publish photographs and biographical information about all the paddlers that he meets on his travels. He wants to make connections […]

Let’s make a guidebook!

Paddling crowd Please note that our crowd funding appeal finished on the 31st of July 2015 and crowd funding bundles are no longer available. The Paddler’s Guide to New South Wales 2nd Edition is scheduled for publication in October 2015 and you can pre-order your copy now through the Global Paddler online store. Global Paddler has less than […]

Jackadgery or bust

Jackadgery or bust feature photo by Scott Rawstorne I am the first to admit that I don’t have a hell of a lot of experience in whitewater. The first reason for this is there isn’t much of it in my home state of New South Wales. The second is that many years ago I was pinned under a log when […]

Globy goes to SA

Onkaparinga River - Feature photo by Jane Merritt South Australia is the next Australian state to get its very own series of Global Paddler online guides. These will also be included in a paddling guidebook for the state which is to be called The Paddler’s Guide to South Australia. We currently only have 2 online guides for South Australian waterways but that’s all […]