Grade 2 - Medium

Rapids are straighforward with medium sized, regular waves. The path through the rapids can be clearly seen from the water and is often indicated by well-defined chutes of Vs of water. There are some obstacles that require manoeuvring around, but paddlers with a good command of basic strockes can easily miss them.

White Water Skills Weekend

When: 
Mar 23 2019 (All day) to Mar 24 2019 (All day)
Trip Leader/Contact: 
Steve Molino
0402 305 799
Description: 

March 23-24 (tentative dates) – Whitewater Skills Weekends – Childowlah, Murrumbidgee River.  The operators at WaterNSW are thinking that there are likely to be releases from Burrinjuck Dam in early January and late March similar to last season which was ideal.  As always rain could turn off releases but then there will be an alternatives wherever there is water.

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Easter Coffee Run

When: 
Apr 21 2019 (All day)
Trip Leader/Contact: 
Patrick van Dyk
Description: 

Head downstream on the Cooks to Botany Bay then pull into Brighton Beach Cafe for coffee/breakfast/Easter eggs.  

To participate, you'll need to have completed wet-exit training or your paddling ability needs to be known to the organiser.

Early start from the clubhouse ensures you will be back before lunch.  

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Coffee Run

When: 
Mar 2 2019 (All day)
Trip Leader/Contact: 
Roddy Kerr
Description: 
This version of the paddle goes from the clubhouse out to the cafe on the beach at Brighton-Le-sands.
 
(Bring cash the cafe only deals in cash and the service is crap but the coffees good and the bacon egg rolls are why we do it!)
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The Murrumbidgee 100 - Childowla to Gundagai

When: 
Jan 26 2019 (All day) to Jan 28 2019 (All day)
Trip Leader/Contact: 
Andy Singh
0414922979
Description: 

Celebrate Australia Day in dinky-di style.  This three day journey starts at Childowla (near Yass), then on to Jugiong, and finishes at Gundagai.  On river highlights include a) a fast moving river b) obstacles consistent with grade 1 -2 river c) cool mountain water on a hot summers day d) the junction of the Tumut and Murrumbidgee rivers.  Off river highlights include a) celebrating Australia Day in Jugiong (pop. 222 on Sundays) b) Breakfast at the Long Track Pantry c) camping by the river d) Post paddle brunch at the Paragon Cafe.

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