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Welcome to UQ Canoe Club!

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Welcome to an exciting and vibrant Queensland canoe club. The UQ canoe club is an entirely volunteer run club that supports sea kayaking, canoe polo, white water, flatwater, and trips. It provides kayaks and safety equipment for both beginners and experienced members to use. Prospective members can try before joining. Join the club here. New members click here.

 General Club News
Club induction sessions will be run starting at different times through the morning. Register online now.

This is a great day trip for those interested in sea kayaking in the bay.

Want to try kayaking? Do your friends want to try? This is your chance. The start of semester come and try day is scheduled for Saturday 1st Aug, from 8:00 AM to 12 noon . Prospective members are encouraged to

The club has a display in the Great Court on Wednesday 29 Feb 2015 as part of the UQ orientation week's Market Day.

 Latest Seakayak News and upcoming events
A day trip to Coochiemudlo island in Moreton Bay to learn the basic skills needed for sea kayaking. This may be to North Currigee on South Stradbroke island, but the tides will probably mean we will do this at Coochiemudlo.
 Latest Flatwater News and upcoming events
A 3 day trip kayaking and camping up the Noosa river (Friday evening - Sunday).
 Latest Whitewater News and upcoming events
A trip whitewater paddling in the Surf (depending on water levels). Getting on this trip and out of town could be the smartest thing to do for the G20 holiday!
 Latest Polo News and upcoming events
Polo restarts weekly from Tuesday 18th August. Check the polo calendar other training events at the pool.
 Latest Social Activities
A social trip down the river to the West End Markets. We'll stop for some coffee and back to semester get-together. Open to all Saturday morning paddlers, and a chance for members to meet each other. If you aren't able
 Latest Website News
The code of conduct for the Brisbane river has been revised this year. This time there was input from Queensland Canoeing.

 Upcoming Events