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: 
Jan 5 2019 (All day) to Jan 6 2019 (All day)
Trip Leader/Contact: 
Steve Molino
0402 305 799
Description: 

Registrations are now open for the first Whitewater Skills Weekend for the 2018/19 season.

The operators at WaterNSW are confident that there are likely to be releases from Burrinjuck Dam similar to our skills weekends early in 2018 which were ideal.  As always rain could turn off releases but the Murrumbidgee in Canberra will be an alternative or wherever there is water.

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Woronora Wander

When: 
Oct 7 2018 - 12:00
Trip Leader/Contact: 
Patrick van Dyk
Description: 

Get some distance training in for WomDomNom.  This trip will be up to 20km.  Starting from Oatley on the Georges River, we will paddle via Woronora River and into Loftus Creek before having a coffee stop.  Tide with us both ways.  Early start.  This trip is not suitable for beginners.

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15-20klm endurance paddle WDN Training

When: 
Sep 22 2018 (All day)
Trip Leader/Contact: 
Patrick van dyk
Description: 

if you’re up for 15-20km paddle on Saturday from the clubhouse please let me know by Friday 8pm, to be included in the FLOATPLAN. 

NOT SUITABLE FOR BEGGINERS.

Earlyish start, back by midday.

Patrick.

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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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