Globy returns to SA

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 state that “rewards the curious at heart” to research eight more. The aim is to have a total of thirty online paddle guides for great South Australian paddling destinations by the end of the year.

Murray River at Walker Flat

On the way to and from South Australia, Scott will also be researching paddling destinations in the Illawarra, South Coast and Upper Western regions of New South Wales and the East Gippsland region of Victoria. The paddling starts on the 23rd of February and he plans to experience all of the following places.

Feb 23 – Mullet Creek, Illawarra, NSW
Feb 24 – Wallaga Lake, South Coast, NSW
Feb 25 – Bermagui River, South Coast, NSW
Feb 26 – Brogo Dam, South Coast, NSW
Feb 27 – Merimbula Lake, South Coast, NSW
Feb 28 – Pambula Lake, South Coast, NSW
Feb 29 – Marlo, East Gippsland, VIC
Mar 1 – Paynesville, East Gippsland, VIC
Mar 2 – No paddling
Mar 3 – Murray River, Purnong Landing, SA
Mar 4 – Coffin Bay, Lower Eyre Peninsula, SA
Mar 5 – Mount Dutton Bay, Lower Eyre Peninsula, SA
Mar 6 – Port Lincoln, Lower Eyre Peninsula, SA
Mar 7 – Cowell, Eastern Eyre Peninsula, SA
Mar 8 – Whyalla, Eastern Eyre Peninsula, SA
Mar 9 – Port Augusta, Flinders, SA
Mar 10 – Port Pirie, Mid North, SA
Mar 11 to 17  – No paddling
Mar 18 – Louth, Upper Western, NSW
Mar 19 – Bourke, Upper Western, NSW

Paddling company is always welcome but please note that it is important that you have the appropriate equipment and the above schedule is subject to change. If you would like to join Scott on one or more days, please let us know via the comment box below or the Contact Us tab on the right hand side of this page so we can arrange a meeting place and time. For those that want to take part vicariously, Scott will be reporting his progress on the Global Paddler Facebook page  on a regular basis.

If you have local knowledge or hints and tips about any of the above places that you feel would be of benefit to other paddlers then we would love to hear from you. Please feel free to drop us a line.

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