Find your next Paddle Challenge in Australia.
11 Paddle events
The Flying Doctor Rowathon is the longest one day marathon rowing regatta in Australia and a fundraising event for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
The Charles Stewart Memorial Cup is held in memory of TV Producer and good friend to Ocean Paddling, Charles Stewart. The event will take place on the 5th of October 2019 at Fishermans Beach, Collaroy and will include both a Long Course 16km and SUP/ Paddleboard/ Short Course 8km.
The Swan River Slalom is a fun event open to all paddlers taking place on 20th October 2019. The course will have a sprint start and finish and some buoy turns in between.
The Clarence 100 is a three stage, 3-day paddle that passes through numerous river townships on New South Wales' Clarence River. Each day paddlers aim to finish by lunchtime then rest and enjoy the local hospitality provided by the river hotels and eateries.
Taking place from 18-22 November 2019, the Massive Murray Paddle is your chance to paddle 404km over 5 days in a canoe, kayak, paddle board, out-rigger, dragon boat, stand-up paddleboard or even surf boat.
The Doctor is a 27km paddle challenge from Rottnest Island to Sorrento Beach. Scheduled to take place on Saturday 23rd November 2019, the course may be reversed if strong off-shore conditions prevail. In the event of dangerous conditions the event may be moved to Sunday 24th November.
The 20 Beaches Ocean Classic is an Ocean paddling race along the beautiful 20 Beaches from Manly to Palm Beach in Sydney, New South Wales.
The Makai Cup is a 22km race in Ulladulla Harbour, New South Wales. Hosted by the Makai Paddlers, the 22km event is for experienced paddlers only. There is also a 10km 'Mini Makai' for less experienced paddlers.
The Manly Wharf Bridge 2 Beach is an 11km ocean paddle from Milson Park, Kirribilli to Manly Wharf in Sydney. Taking place on 23 February 2020, the event is the final race in the Shaw and Partners Australian Ocean Racing Series.
The 2020 Gippsland Lakes Paddle Challenge will take place on the 2nd of May. Experience and paddle the open water conditions on the Gippsland Lakes, Australia's largest inland water way. The event has two distance options.